Domestic Abuse and Technology Training to Support Victims

The evolution of tech has meant domestic abuse can be perpetrated more remotely, learn how tech is used to abuse and ways to support victims



Domestic abuse and technology training covers:

  • Tech abuse in the context of the Domestic Abuse Act 2021.
  • How technology can be used to perpetrate domestic abuse.
  • Ways to spot if a mobile device has potentially been compromised to abuse a victim/survivor.
  • The different legislation that can protect victims from tech abuse.
  • Ways to promote and be safe online.
  • Links to national specialist services available to support victim/survivor who may be experiencing tech abuse.

On completion of the training participants will receive:

  • Information and links to national specialist services.
  • CPD accredited attendance certificate
  • A copy of the presentation for reference


This course is accredited by the CPD certification service and conforms to the Continuing professional development principles.

Who is it for?

Ideally suited to anyone wanting to know more about the effects of technology on domestic abuse. It is particularly useful for people who work in frontline services supporting the public for example, statutory services like social care, school staff or housing support. The training is also beneficial for anyone working in the third and voluntary sectors. As many young people rely on technology as part of their day to day lives this training is extremely useful for those working in youth services.

The event is finished.


Nov 17 2021


4:00 am - 6:30 am

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