Part 1 - essential knowledge 

Self-paced online learning (assessed)

  • This part of the training will provide a deep understanding of perpetrator work, focusing on context, as well as introducing concepts and tools, and using quizzes and videos
  • Online study and assessment will take approximately 6-8 hours. 
  • Participants will have access to the training platform for 3 weeks, giving plenty of flexibility to comfortably fit learning around other commitments.

After completing Part 1, participants will be eligible to complete Part 2 (see below for dates)

Aim of part 1 and part 2

To increase knowledge, skills and confidence in order to facilitate groupwork intervention with men who perpetrate domestic abuse against women.

Objectives of part 1 and part 2

To explore domestic abuse intervention within a women’s and children’s safety and rights framework
To understand a gendered focus as central to group work with men and the ability to deliver practice that meets the Respect Standard
To provide skills that hold men to account for their abusive behaviour while motivating change to support respectful beliefs and behaviours
To be able to assess suitability and risk issues within domestic abuse work
To provide examples of resources and structured sessions for use in groupwork with men

Dates for Part 1 

Participants will have access to the online learning platform for 3 weeks from the point of purchase


Part 1 is assessed. Participants must complete part 1 before proceeding to part 2

Part 2: essential skills: 30 November, 1, 2 December 2021

Part 2: essential skills: 25, 26, 27 January 2022

Certificates of successful completion will be issued only to those who pass the online assessment.  


Respect member

-Credit/debit card payment: £288 inc. VAT 
-Manual payment instruction: £302.40 inc. VAT (a 5% surcharge for administration time applies - payment must be received before the training starts. 


-Credit/debit card payment: £420 inc. VAT 
-Manual payment instruction: £441 (a 5% surcharge for administration time applies - payment must be received before the training starts)

If you wish to pay manually, or if you have any queries, please email [email protected]

Respect is a registered charity in England and Wales, number 1141636, and a company, number 7582438. Registered address: Hubhub, 20 Farringdon St, London EC4A 4AB
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