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Expand your understanding of domestic abuse by exploring how male victims are affected.
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Wed Oct 04 2023
<div>Expand your understanding of domestic abuse by exploring how male victims are affected.</div><div style="margin-top: 20px"><div style="margin: 20px 10px;font-size: 15px;line-height: 22px;font-weight: 400;text-align: left;"><p><strong>Domestic abuse and male victims training covers:</strong></p><ul><li>The differences between domestic abuse for male victim/survivors compared to other groups.</li><li>How domestic abuse manifests for male victim/survivors.</li><li>What the warning signs and possible indicators are that a man may be experiencing domestic abuse.</li><li>The assumptions and barriers that make it difficult for male victim/survivors to access specialist domestic abuse services.</li><li>Way to respond to and support male victim/survivors of domestic abuse.</li><li>Signposting victim/survivors to appropriate local and national specialist support services. </li></ul><p>On completion of the training participants will receive:</p><ul><li>Information and links to national specialist services.</li><li>CPD accredited attendance certificate </li><li>A copy of the presentation for reference</li></ul><p><strong>Accreditation</strong></p><p>This course is accredited by the CPD certification service and conforms to the Continuing professional development principles.</p><p><strong>Who is it for?</strong></p><p>Ideally suited to anyone wanting to know more about the effects of domestic abuse on men. As we know a third of all victim/survivors of domestic abuse are men, it is important to understand the different ways male victims experience abuse. This training would therefore be useful for people who work in frontline services supporting the public for example, statutory services like social care, school staff or housing support. The training is also beneficial for anyone working in the third and voluntary sectors. This training would also benefit anyone who has a targeted male client group as their caseload, or who work with men predominantly.</p></div></div>
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