This course will prepare you with the relevant and crucial knowledge that you need to know about forced marriage and honor-based violence. You will finish this course feeling confident that you have learned everything that you know to be able to support and protect vulnerable people.
Our forced marriage and honour-based violence course is suitable for professionals working in education, health care and social care. It is also suitable for airport and immigration staff, as well as those who work in a specific safeguarding role.
This course offers an in-depth view into both forced marriage and honour-based violence and on completion of the course you will feel more confident in all the relevant legislation, how to recgonise that someone is at risk and where to report concerns. You will also learn tips on how to look after your mental health while supporting people who have been subject to violence.
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