Our CPD Accredited Course

Domestic Abuse Education offers courses accredited by the CPD Certification Service

Our CPD Accredited Course: Domestic Abuse Awareness and Supporting in the Workplace

  • Duration: Two hours, plus final Q&A
  • Lived experience examples are woven throughout the course, bringing it to life
  • This course focuses on the 4R’s: how to Recognise, Respond, Record, and Refer a
    victim/survivor to support
  • Recognising that domestic abuse affects everyone, this course is inclusive of all genders,
    cultures, and backgrounds
  • Opportunity to ask questions throughout, with a rest period mid-session
  • Ideal course for HR Employees, Wellbeing Leads, Mental Health First Aiders & Line
  • Delivered virtually or in-person
  • Up to 15 attendees per session (we can run multiple sessions per business). Experience has
    taught us this enables participants to maximise the use of the Q&A opportunities
  • Participants receive a certificate and earn CPD points

What is a CPD Accredited Course?

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) refers to any learning activities that professionals engage in to develop and enhance their abilities.

The course in question has been assessed and approved by the CPD Certification Service, ensuring that it meets established standards of quality and relevance. Participants who complete this course earn CPD points, which are a recognised measure of their commitment to professional growth and skill enhancement. These points contribute to their ongoing personal development plans, helping them stay updated and proficient in their respective fields.

If you would like to book onto a course or require further information, please get in touch.

Alternatively, to review our non-accredited Lunch & Learn sessions please click here.