Working With Domestic Violence and Abuse

3 days and 2 nights at the college

Monday 24th - Wednesday 26th June 2024


This course is designed to equip you with the knowledge, skills, and sensitivity necessary to effectively support and empower survivors of domestic violence and abuse


This course could be FREE to you. Take a look at our fees page here


Level 2

Please note:

You must have the capacity to be able to discuss challenging topics during this course.

This course is suitable for professionals and other people who work with survivors in various roles, including social workers, counsellors, healthcare professionals, law enforcement personnel and community advocates.

Throughout the course, you will engage in interactive discussions, case studies, and practical exercises that focus on the complexities of domestic violence and abuse. The course aims to deepen your understanding of the dynamics of abusive relationships, the impact of violence on survivors, and the best practices for providing support.

By the end of this course, you will possess the necessary knowledge, skills, and sensitivity to provide comprehensive and empathetic support to survivors. This course will help you  to make a positive impact in the lives of survivors, promoting safety, healing, and empowerment.

Entry Requirements

You must be working at Level 1 in Literacy, or above


This course is one of many courses in the Working and Volunteering With People course area. This means you have the opportunity to attend a variety of other courses within this Area.  You can use the knowledge gained within this course for your own career/professional role