Domestic Abuse Awareness
In the UK, more than one in ten crimes reported to the police are related to domestic abuse.
Employers have a duty of care and a legal responsibility to ensure that all of their employees have a safe place to work and this includes addressing and dealing with disclosures of domestic abuse.
Without a doubt, the way we work has changed. Many people now work from home and this means that those who are experiencing domestic abuse don’t have a safe place to live or work. Because of this, it’s crucial, now more than ever, that friends, colleagues and managers are able to spot the signs of abuse and take steps to support the person.
By the end of this course, not only will users have a better understanding of domestic abuse and how to report it, they’ll also be equipped with the tools that are needed to help those experiencing domestic abuse.
This Domestic Abuse Awareness Training course is suitable for all workplaces and all levels of employees.
The course covers what domestic abuse is, how to recognise the signs, and how to respond if you suspect it might be happening.
- Understand what behaviours are considered domestic abuse.
- Understand the impact that domestic abuse has on survivors and those around them.
- Understand the legislation that protects survivors of domestic abuse.
|Course||Module Number||Module Name||Pass % Required|
|Domestic Abuse Awareness||1||Understanding and Identifying Domestic Abuse||70%|
|Domestic Abuse Awareness||2||Reporting Domestic Abuse||70%|
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