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Domestic Abuse

The Hampshire Domestic Abuse Partnership and some partner agencies offer training to public agency and voluntary sector professionals working within the domestic abuse field. 

See  training opportunities, many of which are free on their  web site

New courses are constantly being added and the web page updated, so please check back frequently for the most up to date information.

Below are  videos and e-learning courses available on the Hampshire Domestic Abuse Partnership webpage.  Click on the heading to access the video/e-learning.


COVID 19 – Psychological First Aid: online learning

Free from Public Health England (PHE) for frontline staff and volunteers.

This training will equip staff to provide support and recognise people at risk of distress. It follows globally recommended model for supporting people during emergencies, tailored to the specific challenges of coronavirus (COVID-19).


Recognising and preventing female genital mutilation (FGM)

The Home Office has produced an e-learning package on FGM intended for people working in health, the police, education, the border force and children’s service. It is also suitable as an awareness raising tool for other professionals. You will need to register for this free training.


Against Violence and Abuse (AVA) various webinars

AVA offers a range of ways for you to learn more about gender-based violence and many related topics. They are running a wide range of free courses, seminars and webinars at the moment.



For more information, resources and training opportunities visit the  SafeLives website.