Reducing the Risk offers a wide range of training on domestic abuse and interpersonal violence for professionals working across all sectors. We coordinate Domestic Abuse Champion Networks, provide consultancy, design bespoke workshops and deliver programmes for any group size and level of learning. We currently offer a variety of online training modules for a wide range of professionals.
About our training
At Reducing the Risk we pride ourselves on our ability to deliver engaging and tailored training, designed for a variety of learning and development needs. This ranges from providing basic awareness training to more in depth programmes on DASH Risk Assessments, safety planning and coercive control.
We also provide training for young people, to highlight abusive behaviours in young person relationships and also to provide a foundation of knowledge to support them in their careers.
Our charity specialises in the setting up and running of Domestic Abuse Champions’ Networks. Early intervention is key to supporting victims and families affected by domestic abuse. A network supports frontline practitioners to gain knowledge and skills in order to support colleagues internally and in other agencies.
We deliver regular training in authorities including Oxfordshire, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, West Berkshire and Torbay through our Domestic Abuse Champions Network. We provide training within other local authorities and organisations, such as educational institutions, health-based services, solicitor firms and police forces – and we work with charities and local projects to support staff and volunteers working with vulnerable people in their community.
DA Champion Training
Our training partnerships
We partner with local and national organisations to identify and fill gaps in service provision across a number of areas, including mental health, children and young people, sexual violence, housing and health. To make an enquiry about potential partnerships please contact us at email@example.com
Feedback and Engagement
Over 700 people trained online and in-person so far during the Covid-19 pandemic
95% of trainees found the online training they received very useful and informative
27% increase in confidence of attendees to respond to a victim of domestic abuse following DA Awareness Training
93% of trainees felt that the online training they attended was very well delivered