Tackling and preventing domestic abuse: Diploma

Nationally recognised qualification: 15 credits

Duration: 5 days

The Diploma in tackling and preventing domestic abuse is the highest credit-based qualification for the domestic violence sector.

What does the course cover?

To obtain the Diploma, three further units (in addition to completion of the Certificate) must be successfully completed. For the next 12 months those units will be:

• Mental health and domestic violence (£325)
• Equality and diversity and domestic violence (£325)
• Feminist principles and domestic violence (£275)
All are run over three consecutive months.

The University of Worcester has agreed to accept the Diploma as meeting the entry requirements of their MA qualification in Professional Development: The Dynamics of Domestic Violence. Further information can be obtained from their website

Course dates:

London 2018

  • 30th & 31st January (Mental Health)
  • 27th & 28th February (Equality and Diversity)
  • 22nd March (Feminist Principles)

Book your place!

Contact [email protected] to book your place on our Diploma course in Tackling and preventing domestic abuse.

Who is this training suitable for?

Students who have successfully achieved the Certificate in Tackling and Preventing Domestic Violence qualify to apply for the Diploma.

The Diploma is particularly suitable for those wishing to go on to achieve a higher qualification and/or specialise in a given area.


The total cost for all three units: £925

The units can be paid for in instalments if necessary – please speak to someone from the National Training Centre to discuss this option 0117 9447190.

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