Tackling and preventing domestic abuse Certificate: Manchester

Completing the Certificate qualifies you to become a Domestic Abuse Prevention Advocate (DAPA). In order to qualify for this course please note that you must be working with survivors of domestic abuse for at least 6 months (either in a voluntary or paid capacity).

If, upon reviewing your application, we feel you are unsuitable for the course, your deposit may not be refunded. If you have any questions relating to booking your place, please call Angela on 0117 9447190 or email [email protected].

Course dates:

Unit 1- 8th – 10th September

Unit 2 – 6th & 7th October

Unit 3- 10th -12th November

Unit 4 – 2nd & 3rd December

This course is accredited by the NOCN and as such your details will be shared for the purpose of receiving your accreditation. You can chose to pay for the course in full or pay a deposit to secure your place. If you pay a deposit, the balance of the payment will need to be paid prior to the start date of the course.

Once you have made a payment you will receive an e-mail with your receipt. Please save this for your records as it will not be possible to resend it.

This data will only be used for event registration and communication regarding the event. At the bottom of this form you also have the option to opt-in to receive email updates about further Women’s Aid training opportunities.

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Date(s) - 08/09/2020 - 03/12/2020
9:30 am - 4:30 pm


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