This is a national e-learning course which covers information about the many aspects of Domestic Abuse, and how we and the church can respond well.
Please book into this course through the National Safeguarding Portal
Domestic Abuse Drop-in
We are providing an optional additional ‘drop in’ session on Zoom for anyone who has completed the national e-learning Domestic Abuse course. During this session issues can be discussed and questions answered. We will also look at the latest local and national statistics around Domestic Abuse.
Please book onto this by following the link below next to your chosen date to book a place using eventbrite.
Cohort M: Thur 14th July, 7-9pm - Book Here
If you are unable to book a place please email email@example.com to be added to the waiting list for future drop-in sessions.
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