Course curriculum

  • 1

    Introduction

    • Before you start...

    • Who is this training for?

    • What can you expect?

    • Why e-learning?

    • Trigger Warning

    • Learning outcomes

    • Case studies

    • Meet Lee

    • Meet Henry

    • Meet Tariq

  • 2

    WHY it is important that we have an understanding of perpetrator behaviour

    • Introduction

    • Domestic abuse is still hidden in society

    • Domestic abuse can be fatal

    • Abusive behaviour costs society financially

    • It is rarely a 'one off' incident

    • As professionals, we play a role too

    • Summary

  • 3

    WHAT does perpetrator behaviour look like?

    • Introduction

    • Who perpetrates domestic abuse?

    • Domestic Abuse Act 2021

    • Perpetrator behaviours

    • Abuse tactics used by Tariq

    • Abuse tactics used by Henry

    • Abuse tactics used by Lee

    • Lundy Bancroft

    • Bancroft's tree analogy

    • Common perpetrator characteristics - minimisation

    • Minimisation matching activity

    • Common perpetrator characteristics - denial of responsibility

    • Denial of responsibility activity

    • Common perpetrator characteristics - entitlement

    • Entitlement activity

    • Intimate partner homicide.pdf

    • IPV Homicide Timeline

    • IPV Homicide Timeline

    • Homicide Timeline stage 1

    • Homicide Timeline stage 1

    • Reflection

    • Lee's past relationships

    • Homicide Timeline stage 2

    • Homicide Timeline stage 2

    • Homicide Timeline stage 3

    • Homicide Timeline stage 3

    • Homicide Timeline stages 4 and 5

    • Homicide Timeline stages 4 and 5

    • Staff spotlight - post separation stalking PART 1

    • Homicide Timeline stages 6 and 7

    • Homicide Timeline stages 6 and 7

    • Reflection

    • Staff spotlight - taking note of perpetrator silence

    • Homicide Timeline stage 8

    • Staff spotlight - post separation stalking PART 2

    • Key observations of the IPV Homicide Timeline

    • Summary

  • 4

    HOW your practice can have an impact

    • Introduction

    • Seeing the bigger picture

    • Staff spotlight - exploring the context

    • Assessing risk

    • Risk indicators

    • Perpetrator behaviour around professionals - BAND

    • BAND Acronym

    • Henry

    • What is this behaviour?

    • Tariq

    • What is this behaviour?

    • Lee

    • What is this behaviour?

    • BAND acronym - poster download

    • Staff spotlight: professional curiosity

    • Talking to Lee and good practice

    • Avoiding collusion

    • Keeping yourself safe

    • Staff spotlight: keeping yourself safe

    • Do you have concerns about safety?

    • Referring perpetrators to services - mental health and substance misuse

    • Tariq

    • Anger management

    • Support services for perpetrators of domestic abuse

    • Summary

  • 5

    Summary

    • Additional resources and contact details

    • Useful downloads

    • Your wellbeing is important

    • Course evaluation

    • Next steps - booking onto a workshop