Domestic abuse (Level 2, CPD-certified)

Provider: flick learning limited
£350.00 + VAT For an annual subscription of Up to 20 staff members
£590.00 + VAT For an annual subscription of Up to 50 staff members
£790.00 + VAT For an annual subscription of Up to 75 staff members
Accreditation opportunities: CPD-certified

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Description This course is specifically designed to help learners understand what domestic abuse is, be able to identify indicators of domestic abuse in both victims and children who may have witnessed it and what action to take if it is suspected to be taking place.
Duration 42 minutes
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This course includes optional voiceover recorded by a professional voiceover actor and includes downloadable resources, culminates with an assessment and provides certification upon completion to evidence the learning provided. 

It is specifically designed to help learners understand what domestic abuse is, be able to identify indicators of domestic abuse in both victims and children who may have witnessed it and what action to take if it is suspected to be taking place.

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All flick courses offer a range of additional resources, including a YouTube playlist and Pinterest Board (full of current articles, news items, blogs etc.), which are updated weekly.

Also, when you purchase this course, you will also have free access to other courses in the flick subscription such as: child protection, fire safety, FGM, e-safety, forced marriage, domestic abuse, food hygiene, prevention of radicalisation for students and many others.

Details

Topic 1: introduction
The definition and forms of domestic abuse. Who is most at risk? What makes people abuse? Features a look at real domestic abuse victims' stories.

Topic 2: effects and consequences
Why victims of domestic abuse might stay in their relationships. How to recognise signs of domestic abuse in both victims and children who may have witnessed it, as well as how it affects them.

Topic 3: action
A look at recent changes to domestic abuse law and legislation and what action to take if you suspect domestic abuse.

This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.