We know that for survivors of abuse, home is not a safe place for them to be. How then do we best provide support to survivors during a time when everyone is being instructed to stay indoors?
This series of 4 webinars will help you understand the dynamics of abuse in the context of COVID-19, and how best to assess for risk and provide support to survivors during this period of lockdown.
Webinar 1: Understanding Domestic Abuse in the Context of COVID-19; Thursday 2nd April, 11am - 12pm. Register here.
Webinar 2: Assessing Risk during COVID-19; Tuesday 7th April, 11am - 12pm. Register here.
Webinar 3: Safety Planning during COVID-19; Thursday 9th April, 11am - 12pm. Register here.
Webinar 4: Supporting Survivors to flee during COVID-19; Wednesday 15th April, 11am - 12pm. Register here.
An introductory course to domestic abuse, this course is aimed at individuals who may come into contact with survivors, but do not play a front line role. This will enable people to develop their understanding of domestic abuse and its impacts, and build their confidence around identifying signs of domestic abuse and the skills to respond and signpost to appropriate services.
Do you have a good understanding of domestic abuse but want to develop more practical skills to help you put your knowledge into practice? Our training can help you feel more confident to support survivors to move forward to live lives free from violence and abuse.
Would you like to learn more about consent and how to facilitate productive conversations? Our half day course will help develop your knowledge around consent and sexual violence, and leave you better able to facilitate positive conversations in this area.