This training has been endorsed by the Home Office as suitable for the IDVA role.
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Completing the Certificate qualifies you to become a Domestic Abuse Prevention Advocate (DAPA). To undertake the Certificate, you are required to be in a paid role with at least 6 months experience working with survivors in the sector.
The Certificate comprises of four units:
- Understanding Domestic and Sexual Abuse/Violence within a Social and Historical Context
- Understanding Child Protection in the Context of Domestic and Sexual Violence/Abuse
- The role of the Domestic and Sexual Violence/Abuse Practitioner
- Domestic and Sexual Violence /Abuse Partnerships and a Co-ordinated Community Response
Once you have achieved the Certificate, you will become a DAPA and join the Women’s Aid Register of Practitioners.
The Certificate qualifies you to enrol for the Diploma in Tackling Domestic Violence /Abuse – the highest level of qualification delivered in the sector.
10 days training and a Nationally Recognised Qualification - 24 Credits
£1,986 for Women's Aid Members or £2,286 for non-members (includes 1 year DAPA registration- DAPA registration is usually £65 per year).
Please note we are in the middle of changing our website so currently you are unable to book for forthcoming dates for this year (2017). However please see the delivery dates below for information and if you'd like to register your interest then please email email@example.com
Unit 1 - 6th, 7th & 8th June
Unit 2 -25th & 26th July
Unit 3- 5th, 6th & 7th September
Unit 4 - 3rd & 4th October
Unit 1 - 13th, 14th & 15th June
Unit 2 - 12th & 13th July
Unit 3 -12th, 13th & 14th September
Unit 4 - 11th & 12th October
Bristol 2017 -2018
Unit 1 - 10th,11th, 12th October
Unit 2 - 16th & 17th November
Unit 3 - 5th, 6th, 7th December
Unit 4 - 10th & 11th January 2018
Unit 1- 28th, 29th, 30th November
Unit 2- 17th & 18th January 2018
Unit 3- 20th, 21st & 22nd February
Unit 4- 21st & 22nd March March