SATEDA holds annual conferences and is happy to get involved in all types of events.
SATEDA offers training on various topics to do with domestic abuse, please see our session topic and outlines. We can also deliver bespoke training sessions on specific topics depending on the needs of your organisation. If you would like to invite us to come and deliver training to your organisation, please contact us.
An overview of the dynamics of domestic abuse. Suitable for all roles – both client facing and otherwise.
An introduction to completing risk assessments and the process of safety planning. Basic Awareness training to have been previously completed, or learner should possess some knowledge of domestic abuse as part of current role.Suitable for those who have contact with clients.
An introduction to the offence of stalking and harassment. Including legal responses to this offence. Basic Awareness, Risk assessment and safety planning training to have been completed, or leaner should have good knowledge of domestic abuse as part of current role.Suitable for all but those who have contact with clients will find this training most useful.
How domestic abuse effects children and young people and how services can respond to needs of children and young people affected by abuse Good knowledge of domestic abuse. Risk assessment and safety planning training completed or learner should be working within the domestic abuse field. Specifically for professionals working directly with children and families in any capacity.
30th November: Conference in Canterbury on “thinking outside the box to better support victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence”. Further details to follow.