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Training for Practitioners

Tender offers a diverse programme of expert training courses for practitioners working with either young people or survivors of relationship abuse.

All Tender’s trainers are highly skilled theatre practitioners and have years of experience working on the issue of gender-based violence. Our trainers also deliver the healthy relationships programmes in schools and youth settings which ensures their understanding and knowledge of the issues affecting young people are current and relevant.

All Tender’s training is available to be delivered at your organisation’s venue.

3 Day Course – Developing and Delivering Domestic Violence and Abuse Training

(Train the Trainers)

Course description
This course will increase participants’ understanding of the relevant information, models and theories required to plan and deliver basic Multi-Agency Awareness and Best Practice Domestic Violence Training in a range of settings. Participants will gain research and group work skills and learn how to adapt training sessions to a diverse range of learners. The course is aimed at participants who have a good grounding in the subject and who are planning to deliver training on issues of domestic violence.

Participants should have some training experience or similar transferable skills. The course will also help those who have a strategic or developmental role or who want to increase their ability to deliver presentations on domestic abuse. Over a period of up to six months after the course, you will be expected to prepare an additional portfolio of assignments with the support of our experienced trainers. This additional work is necessary for achieving the Open College Network Accredited (OCN) qualifications. The OCN is a leading national awarding body for credit based qualifications.

You will gain:

  • A Level 3 (A level standard) qualification
  • Knowledge of domestic violence and abuse theories
  • An understanding of how to plan domestic violence training
  • The materials to deliver domestic violence training
  • An extended understanding about tackling issues of discrimination in the context of domestic violence.


Who should attend:
This course is aimed at participants who have a good grounding in the subject and who will deliver training on issues of domestic violence. We recommend that participants should have already completed the Awareness and Good Practice course or a similar course. In addition, they should have some training experience or similar transferable experience.

Future dates:
TBC – check back soon!

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