Using eLearning to enhance frontline response to domestic abuse
Setting the Scene
Scottish Women's Aid (SWA) is the lead organisation in Scotland working towards the prevention of domestic abuse. Established in 1976, they coordinate, influence, and campaign for effective responses to domestic abuse. They work with a network of 34 specialist local Women’s Aid groups towards a shared vision of a Scotland where domestic abuse is not tolerated. Their project, "Equally Safe in Practice" (ESiP), is their latest training initiative to support frontline workers and support staff in key topics related to preventing violence against women.
To help them provide effective responses to domestic abuse, it was essential for the training to be accessible and straightforward, yet rich in content. It also needed to be compelling enough to stand alone or complement other forms of training, such as workshops.
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