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Understanding Domestic Violence & Abuse: An Introduction 

Published on 13/05/16

BAVA (Bristol Against Violence and Abuse) is holding a training day on understanding domestic violence and abuse. 

BAVA (Bristol Against Violence and Abuse) is holding a training day on understanding domestic violence and abuse. 

What You Need To Know:

•    Training is for anyone who has contact with people affected by domestic violence and abuse as part of their work
•    Is for anyone who would like to raise their awareness of domestic violence and abuse
•    Is free to attend
•    At various venues around Bristol
•    Multi-agency
•    Basic level awareness raising; no prior knowledge necessary
•    Facilitated by a qualified trainer with domestic violence and abuse work backgrounds
•    Book in advance – this popular course fills up very fast

The learner will:

•    Understand the impact of domestic violence and abuse on victims and survivors
•    Understand what prevents victims leaving abusive relationships
•    Understand the impact of domestic violence and abuse on children
•    Understand the importance of a multi-agency response to domestic violence and abuse

BAVA (Bristol Against Violence and Abuse) have now set the following dates for the above training:

  • Thursday 2nd June 2016
  • Tuesday 12th July 2016
  • Thursday 25th August 2016
  • Monday 19th September 2016
  • Tuesday 15th November 2016
  • Tuesday 24th January 2017
  • Thursday 16th March 2017

The training is free however there will be a £50 fee for cancellations that do not give a minimum of 3 days notice.

If you are interested in attending any of the above dates booking can be completed via the link www.bava.org.uk.

If you would like any further information contact Hazel Gumbs on 07990 558 593 or email hazel.gumbs@bristol.gov.uk