Domestic violence training

The aim of this training package is to help build your skills, knowledge and confidence in helping you work effectively with people affected by domestic violence. Because domestic violence impacts on all family members this training package is essential for all people who work with children, young people or adults. It will bring you up-to-date on all relevant procedures, legislation and guidance and help you and your agency to meet statutory requirements. It is also relevant for people who undertake multi-agency working e.g. with domestic violence forums or multi-agency risk assessment conferences (MARACS).

Course content

  • Perceptions of domestic violence
  • Historical examination of domestic violence
  • Key procedures, legislation and guidance on domestic violence and abuse
  • Recognising domestic violence
  • Responding to the needs of vulnerable children and adults
  • Referral processes, methods and tools (including DASH)
  • Working with victims of domestic violence
  • Working with perpetrators of domestic violence
  • The impact of domestic violence on children and families
  • Approaches to tacking domestic violence
  • Multi-agency working and domestic violence (including MARACS)
  • Perspectives on domestic violence (including the public, agencies, the State, the media, victims, perpetrators, children, and extended family members and friends

Learning outcomes

By completing the training you will gain a thorough understanding of all issues relating to domestic violence and how to best deliver effective services for victims. You will also be fulfilling the statutory requirement that your knowledge and training regarding safeguarding children and adults is up-to-date.

One day training package

Our one day package provides an examination of the key issues concerning domestic violence. This provides an overview of domestic violence.


09.00 Registration and refreshments
09.30 Welcome and introduction
10.00 Perceptions and Approaches to multi-agency working
11.00 BREAK
11.15 Barriers to cooperation and communication
12.00 LUNCH
13.00 Key procedures, legislation and guidance
14.00 Referral processes, methods and tools (including DASH)
15.00 BREAK
15.15 Approaches to tacking domestic violence (including MARACs)
16.30 Summary
16.45 Evaluation and questions
17.00 Close


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