National Centre for Domestic Violence (NCDV):Civil Orders for those suffering Domestic Abuse
Anyone who works or comes in to contact with those suffering domestic abuse.
Available Dates and Times:
Tuesday 28th November 2023
*Please note: A MS teams link and diary hold for the training will be sent separately.
For further information
If you have any questions or queries regarding the training, please email Julia Gatie, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Knowledge of the current definition of domestic abuse.
- Awareness of the Domestic Abuse Act 2021 and it’s key themes.
- Understanding of the orders NCDV can obtain for those suffering domestic abuse and their criteria/eligibility.
- Awareness of Legal Aid funding and self-representing as a Litigant in Person
- Awareness of the benefits of the orders available.
- Understanding the civil court process in obtaining a non-molestation order and how the order is served.
- Knowledge of the many ways how you can refer someone (with their consent) to NCDV.
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Courses are free for the statutory, voluntary and community sector in Wakefield, however failure to attend without giving prior notice may result in a charge to cover costs. You may now be charged for undertaking our training if you are outside of Wakefield. Please see the Charging Policy for full details.
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