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Training

 


Our classroom-based training sessions are suspended as a result of Covid-19 restrictions. 
However, we are preparing webinars on each of our topics.
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Grampian Women's Aid work with Scottish Women's Aid to provide their specialist training programmes locally, where they are run and facilitated by us. We have developed our training sessions in accordance with the principles, ethos and high standards of the Women's Aid movement and all are underpinned by the Scottish Government's "Equally Safe" strategy, Scotland's strategy to prevent and eradicate violence against women and girls. 


 

Details of our training courses can be found below:

The Dynamics of Domestic Abuse: A Brief Introduction

3 Sep 2020 - 10:00am - Zoom Webinar

COURSE FULLY BOOKED - PLEASE CONTACT US FOR FUTURE DATES

Or email ali.mackenzie@grampianwomensaid.com, to join the waiting list. This evidence-based session is aimed at frontline staff who work directly with women, children and young people and who recognis...

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The Effects of Domestic Abuse on Children & Young People: A Brief Introduction

- Zoom Webinar - dates to follow

Course participants will gain an understanding of the dynamics of domestic abuse and the effects that coercive control has on children and young people. Expected OutcomesAppreciate the impact of domes...

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Coercive Control & the New Law

- Zoom Webinar - dates to follow

Coercive control is a purposeful and sustained pattern of behaviour whereby one person within the relationship seeks to use power, control and coercion over another.  Coercive control is a term develo...

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Why Doesn't She Leave?

- Zoom Webinar - dates to follow

One of the most frequently asked questions in relation to domestic abuse is ‘why doesn’t she just leave?’ Leaving a perpetrator of domestic abuse is seen as the ultimate answer and it is one that many...

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