Our aim is to improve outcomes for South Asian women affected by domestic abuse, and we are committed to working in partnership with any other organisation who may meet women in other contexts, such as housing, community centres, Local Authorities, schools, GP practices, antenatal care, health visitors or social services.
We provide training for public and voluntary sector organisations on each of the topics below. We also provide tailored courses. All training can be provided remotely or in-person.
Delegates increase their understanding and ability to respond to domestic abuse. Training is consistently rated as effective and in-depth by participants.
“Very informative and enjoyable.”
“Loads of content. Information shared was very informative. Will apply to my own approach.”
“Will apply raised awareness of risks in domestic abuse and the signs in my own work. Working on scenarios and case studies was most helpful.”
“Inspiring and empowering.”
“All really useful.”
We currently provide workshops on all the following modules:
- Domestic abuse: definitions, prevalence, and impact
- Domestic abuse: understanding risk and risk assessments
- Coercive control
- Financial abuse
- Honour Based Abuse
- Stalking and Harassment
- Sexual Violence
- Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC), Domestic Homicide Review (DHR), Domestic Abuse framework and next steps
- Personal Safety and Safety Planning
- Cultural implications of Domestic Abuse within the South Asian Community (including doweries, polygamy, stigma, gender roles, sexuality, servitude, and modern slavery).
Each module is priced at £250, or we can provide all 10 workshops over 3 days for £2,250.
Courses are available as 2–3-hour workshops, 1,2 and/or 3-day courses.
Our courses are consistently evaluated as excellent, with 100% of delegates saying they would recommend to others and 100% saying they would apply content to their own work.