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We provide first class CPD accredited training for professionals, practitioners, organisations, agencies and employers on how to best support male victims of domestic abuse.
The training has been created and is delivered by qualified sector leading professionals (IDVAs). It has been academically peer reviewed by the UK’s leading experts as well as male survivors.The charity has been running training for over 10 years.
It is created particularly for police force, local authorities, GP consortia, housing associations or third sector/voluntary organisations wishing to improve how they support male victims of domestic abuse. It is also ideal for those who want to create a service.
The training to support male victims of domestic abuse is delivered onsite to reduce time away from the workplace for delegates whilst maximising the benefits to your organisation.
Since 2010, we have trained, given presentations or spoken at conferences to over 100 organisations, a number of these are listed at the end of the page.
Why Do You Need Training?
One in six men suffer domestic abuse in their lifetime and one in every three victims are male. Organisations and practitioners working with domestic abuse victims are realising there is a growing need to ensure men and their children receive the support they need in their local community.
This also includes the need for statutory authorities to comply and meet their duties and requirements. This includes the Care Act 2014, the Equality Act 2010 especially the Public Sector Equality Duty and the forthcoming Domestic Abuse Act.
One Day Training Course (CPD accredited – seven CPD points)
- Created and delivered by qualified experienced experts for the UK’s leading charity focussing on male victims of domestic abuse.
- Based on real-life experiences of male victims and front-line practitioners alongside the latest policy and academic research.
- Excellent reviews and transparent feedback from delegates
One Day Training Course: Details
The course can be delivered onsite, thereby reducing your costs, and as many people as practicable can be trained at the same time. The cost is the same. Reduced rates are offered to Charities.
The course covers the following modules:
- Module 1: Background and Statistics
- Module 2: Domestic & partner abuse against men – what it looks like
- Module 3: The signs of male domestic abuse
- Module 4: Barriers & Stereotypes
- Module 5: How to respond
- Module 6: Supporting & Safety Planning
- Module 7: Summary
The course has been as qualifying for 7 CPD points and we fully support the National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) Domestic Violence and Abuse Quality Standard (QS116): Quality Standard
Our training to support male victims of domestic abuse is aimed at helping organisations in meeting the Quality Standard.
What Do Others Say?
In 2019, the police forces we trained rated our course as either Excellent
(70%) or Good (30%).
Feedback from professionals (2019):
- “The day was very insightful. The content, I believe, made us all take a step back and think how we respond to male victims. Very informative and
helpful” Police Officer
- “Fantastic, brilliant training and should be provided to all.” Army Welfare Officer
- “Great insight into the impact of domestic abuse on a male and how this
can be magnified by the perception of men in society and how professional
experience bias has an impact.” Local Council Officer
Presentations and Conference Speaking
We have a range of options ranging from a full one day training course, to speaking at conferences, giving short presentations and providing consultancy services to those setting up male victims services or adding men to their services.
For more details see our presentations page.
Contact and To Find Out More
Please contact email@example.com or call 01823 334229.
Email is preferable
Our training leaflet can be found here: ManKind Initiative Training Leaflet
Organisations we have trained and/or given presentations to in 2019 and 2020 include:
Barnsley Council – Bedfordshire CCG – British Army – Catch 22 (Prison Resettlement) – Chanel – Department for Work and Pensions – First Light DA Service – Gloucestershire Police – Gwent Police – Hafan Cymru DA Service – Hertfordshire Police – Julian House DA Service – Kent Police – Male Psychology Network (UK) – Norfolk Police – North Staffordshire Mind – Northamptonshire Police – PDAS DA Service – PSS Liverpool – Royal Air Force – Royal Marines – Royal Navy -Sanctuary Supported Living – SSAFA -Staffordshire Police – Sussex Police – Swale Council – Through the Gate Prison Services – Trident Reach DA Service – Unision – Victim Support