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Domestic abuse awarenss training

Domestic Abuse Awareness Training

​Our Domestic Abuse Awareness Training is a CPD certified course for professionals. It includes knowledge on what domestic abuse is, what impact it may have on victims and children, the best response and who can help. It also includes information on honour-based violence and awareness of the MARAC process, DASH risk assessments, safety planning and more. Click here to see our CPD page and training available.


The course is currently running online every 8 weeks as multiagency attendance. It is suitable for any professional supporting victims of domestic abuse. 

To find out more and to book onto one of our various courses for professionals, please email us on:

  • Our training courses can all be delivered online or in person 

  • Courses can also be tailored specifically to suit organisational need. 

Please enquire for further information

0300 0120 154 or email: 

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Workplace Awareness


The Impact of Domestic Abuse on Children and Young People

Our CPD certified training is for professionals focusing on what domestic abuse is and the effects is has on children and young people. The training explores how domestic abuse may present itself, the link to extra-familial harm, peer on peer violence and child to parent violence. It concludes with how to work with children who may have experienced domestic abuse.

This training package is suitable for any professional working with children and young people.

NDAS can deliver this package to you directly in school*, or virtually, depending on your preference.

*Minimum of 5 people.


Please enquire for further information

0300 0120 154 or email: 

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Impact on children


Workplace Domestic Abuse Awareness

Everyone has the right to feel safe in their place of work, however for many this is not the case. Two women each week and one man each month are killed in England and Wales by a current or former partner. These people could be a part of your work force. 

Statistics from the 16 Days of Action Campaign show that:

  • 75% of people who endure domestic abuse are targeted at work

  • One-fifth of employed women take time off work because of domestic abuse

  • 2% lose their jobs as a direct result of abuse

  • 56% of those living with abuse are frequently late for work

  • 58% miss at least 3 days work per month due to abuse

  • 33% of all domestic violence homicides happen on workplace grounds

  • the potential loss of earnings per woman in the UK as a result of abuse having negative impacts on career progression, is estimated to be £5,800.


NDAS can support your workplace with policy writing, training needs, supporting your staff and much more.

Click here to download our workplace training leaflet for more information.


Please enquire for further information

0300 0120 154 or email: 

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MARAC stands for Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference. MARACs are multi-agency meetings where those identified as at high risk of serious harm or homicide are referred to.

MARACs are attended by representatives from a range of agencies that includes; police, health services, child protection, housing, domestic abuse advisers, probation, mental health and substance misuse specialists.  Relevant and proportionate information is shared about the current risks to identify actions (Risk Management Plan) to increase the safety and wellbeing of the victim and any other vulnerable parties, eg children.

domestic abuse tool kit

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Worried about someone else?

Working at home

 The trainer was really knowledgeable and I learnt so much about  the complexities of domestic abuse and the purpose of the MARAC   

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