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Date: September 14th to September 18th

Location: Manchester City, United Kingdom

Duration: Three days (3.5 hours a day)

 Accommodation: Hotel will be provided for international visitors

Are you looking to increase your understanding of domestic violence, mental health, and how we can stop it?

This is four days program, it will help you to gain evidence-based information and strategies to use in your workplace, in marriage and in everyday life.

DAY ONE: What will you learn on the seminar day?

During the session, you’ll be able to

  • Get free training on the Level 3 Award in Working in Health and Social Care.

  • Know what is mental health and emotional abuse in a relationship

  • Understand the impact of domestic violence and abuse on adults and children (including trauma)

  • Describe different types of abuse, including coercive control

  • Spot potential indicators of domestic abuse

  • Understand the barriers survivors face in getting help.

  • Pinpoint and use good practice in responding

  • Feel more confident in helping to support anyone affected by domestic violence and abuse.


Award will be presented to the best Virtual training organiser for the years 2021 and 2022.

Award for the Best International Employer equality leader of the Year 2021 and 2022

Who should sign up?

Anyone over 18 years of age, works on the front line and needs a qualification to work in health and social care.

Anyone working or volunteering outside of UK and Manchester.

During the session, specific reference is made to different types of domestic abuse, so we recommend attending in a quiet and confidential space. Support is available if you are impacted by any content of the session.

About our organiser?

Our organiser of this program is Osa First Care, who has an extensive background in supporting survivors of domestic abuse and has over ten years of experience working in a mental health organisation, as well as providing health and social care courses.


Book securely online here or, Anyone from the international community, drop an email to