Domestic Violence (e-Learning)

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Course duration: Typically 1 hour
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Each year more than 100,000 people in the UK are at imminent risk of being seriously injured as a result of domestic abuse. Abusive behaviour can occur in any relationship and can even continue after a relationship has ended and can affect anyone, no matter what age, race, gender or sexuality.

Where children and young adults are affected by this behaviour it can pose significant and long term harm to their overall wellbeing and sits under the “umbrella” of Safeguarding due to the varying types of abuse a child may experience in this situation. As such it is important to undergo this course alongside of our introduction to safeguarding course.

This course is ideal for anyone who has undergone the induction to safeguarding course and is looking for more in depth knowledge and understanding of domestic violence which is one of the most common but hidden forms of abuse.

Key topics

  • Understand what is meant by domestic violence and abuse and who is at risk
  • Have an awareness of how domestic violence begins and be aware of the most common components of abuse
  • Understand the impact that domestic violence and abuse has on children and young people
  • Understand why domestic violence is considered a type of significant harm under safeguarding guidance
  • Know how to respond appropriately to any concerns about children and their families in relation to domestic violence.

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From £17.50 +VAT
eLearning eLearning
Course duration: Typically 1 hour