Reviews

5 star rating

Section 1

Natalie Tromans

Very useful

Very useful

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4 star rating

responding to DA

Claudia Walker

This course was very informative and gave me an insight into the affects of DA on the victims. All the services that provide support to the victims and the i...

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This course was very informative and gave me an insight into the affects of DA on the victims. All the services that provide support to the victims and the impact it can have on there lives. How it affects that children and the long term damage that it has on a individual as well as the family as a whole

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5 star rating

very easy to understand

Reza Choudhury

great job from the trainers

great job from the trainers

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E-learning courses

Choose the courses that best suit your role

Awareness of domestic abuse for signposting professionals?

Is this course for me?

This brief e-learning course is for anyone who works in Dudley, who may come into contact with the general public in their role and therefore may identify signs of domestic abuse or receive disclosures and need to signpost victims for support, e.g. customer service representatives, housing maintenance operatives. For more in-depth learning, enrol on the Responding course below instead.

Additional Resources for signposting professionals

Download our free signposting toolkit

Responding to domestic abuse for frontline practitioners

Is this course for me?

This core e-learning course is for Dudley professionals who work directly with victims of domestic abuse, responding in some way to their experience, for example, as a teacher, social worker or housing manager.

Working with families: understanding the impact of domestic abuse on children

Is this course for me?

This supplementary e-learning course is for Dudley professionals who work with children and families who have experienced domestic abuse. You must complete the core e-learning 'Responding to Domestic Abuse for Frontline Practitioners' before enrolling on this course as this provides the necessary foundation.

Awareness of domestic abuse perpetrator behaviour

Is this course for me?

This supplementary e-learning course is for Dudley professionals. It does not cover perpetrator interventions, but provides best practice guidance on how to avoid inadvertent collusion with perpetrators and keeping yourself safe. You must complete the core e-learning 'Responding to Domestic Abuse for Frontline Practitioners' before enrolling on this course as this provides the necessary foundation.

Additional Resources for responding professionals

Download your free education pack on awareness of domestic abuse perpetrator behaviour

Additional Resources for responding professionals

Download our free education pack on supporting male victims of domestic abuse

Additional Resources for responding professionals

Download your free education pack on supporting disabled victims of domestic abuse