Domestic Abuse Awareness and Multi-Agency Courses

Domestic Abuse: Understanding the Multi-Agency Approach (One day)

Domestic Abuse: Safely Engaging With Perpetrators (One day)

Domestic Abuse: Working with Children Affected by Domestic Abuse (Two days)

Domestic Abuse: Legal Framework (Half day)

Domestic Abuse within the Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual & Transgender Population (Half day)

We expect all staff to have completed the ‘What is domestic abuse?’ e-Learning package.  This equips professionals with key information essential for working on the front line in under 45 minutes.  If you are yet to complete this course please do so via the Surrey Skills Academy surreyskillsacademy.learningpool.com

Surrey County Council produces and run a Domestic Abuse training programme on behalf of those partners within Surrey Against Domestic Abuse. The training programme is designed to provide knowledge and awareness of a wide range of aspects relating to Domestic Abuse. The courses include:

To view the Surrey Against Domestic Abuse Training Calendar

DA Dates 2017-18

and to download a booking form (Multi-Agency Training Course Application Form) TE1-Training-Course-Application-form-May-2012

You can also email ssctraining.enquiries@surreycc.gov.uk.

Please note, this is a different booking system to the SSCB multi-agency courses.

For further information contact:

Shared Services Training Administration,
Room 243,
County Hall,
Penrhyn Road,
Kingston upon Thames,
KT1 2DN

Tel: 020 85 419000

Fax: 020 85 419219