Ariel Training & Consultancy

Content-Ready Professional Training Bundles

Domestic abuse related training programmes developed by subject matter professionals for professionals.

Having worked with some local domestic abuse charities, I understand how challenging it is for organisations to find the time to conduct the research, update existing courses or even develop professional training programmes from scratch and deliver them while also managing the day-to-day demands of the business.

All the hard work has been done so you don't have to.

Your staff can focus more on other parts of the business.

The contents and presentation slides have been developed and designed to high quality and professional standards.

Each program covers domestic abuse focused topics including the forms and patterns of domestic abuse, cultural barriers and challenges, identifying the signs of abuse in adults and children, perpetrator tactics, the effects on victims and their families, the relevant legal provisions in the UK, latest statistics, national support services and strategies for intervention and prevention.

What's Included? 

Each training programme bundle includes - 


Case Studies

Relevant Videos

Latest Statistics

Content-Ready Presentation Slides

Related Contacts of National Support Agencies

Optional Add-Ons 

Training Brochure

Evaluation Form Templates

Certificate of Attendance Templates

Social Media Promotional Templates - designed to each platform requirements

LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Eventbrite

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Domestic Abuse & Trauma

Domestic Abuse Awareness

Coercive & Controlling Behaviour

Effects of Domestic Abuse on Children

Workplace Domestic Abuse Awareness


  • Time Saving
  • Cost Effective
  • Content Ready
  • Pressure Off Staff

Additional Benefits:

  • Organisations can adapt the training to meet specific team or client's needs.
  • Customise presentation slides with own logo and brand colours.
  • Add service provisions and local or other partnership support services.


  • Training delivery must be instructor-led and can be delivered either virtually or in-person.
  • Designated Trainers must attend the 2-day train-the-trainer sessions.
  • Organisations purchasing the course must be involved in responding to disclosures and/or provide intervention services to domestic abuse survivors in the UK.

Next Step

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