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BCP Council - Domestic Abuse Training (Introduction level 2) - (Multi-Agency)
09/03/2023 09:00 - 16:00
Virtual - via Teams


This course is designed to train staff to improve domestic abuse awareness, understanding the signs of domestic abuse and coercive controlling behaviours.


The overall aim of this awareness session is to improve domestic abuse awareness:

  • Training staff to be comfortable and confident in having conversations about domestic abuse with clients, to build safety and knowledge.
  • Improving access to appropriate domestic abuse support for victims of domestic abuse.


  • Trained staff will be more efficient in supporting people who have experienced Domestic Abuse.
  • Improve referrals into domestic abuse services and related support such as SARC.
  • Improved use of the DASH risk assessment from staff at regular intervals in a victim's journey.
  • Improved self-awareness and resilience in domestic abuse victims being supported.
  • Improved identification of domestic abuse amongst adults and children.
  • Access to an online Bi-monthly Domestic Abuse Forum facilitated by BCHA.

Target Audience: This is targeted at front-facing staff - team managers, social workers, family support practitioners. This is a mandatory workshop for children's services front facing staff.

Facilitator: Paul Powley

Please book via CPD Online here