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Expectations of learners
Participants in our training courses are expected to:
Read the participant information provided in advance of the first session;
Complete the post training evaluation survey;
Attend the session in full;
Participate fully in the Zoom sessions:
This means that cameras must be on at all times (except during scheduled breaks) and participants visible to the facilitators.
We understand that some people are uncomfortable in a Zoom environment – if this is the case we recommend waiting until this training is offered again as a face to face opportunity.
We also recognise that some people may be uncomfortable sharing images of their home in the background; this can be alleviated by using an electronic background. Find out about adding a background on Zoom here; and about adding a background on Teams here.
Open course cancellation policy
Course Cancellation Policy for Individual Learner
We acknowledge that on occasions there may be a need to cancel your enrolment and are unable to attend a course; you may nominate someone else from your organisation to attend in your place. Please notify us of this change so that we can update our records.
If you are unable to attend and would prefer to postpone, we may be able to offer you a place on another course that takes place within 12 months from the original date.
If you cancel your booking the following charges will apply:
Please note that we operate a different cancellation policy for bookings made by organisations for their staff team.
The cancellation policy applies to both online and in-room courses.
Course Cancellation or Changes Initiated by Standing Together
If, due to not having the minimum number of learners required to deliver the course, we will postpone and reschedule the course to a later date within a 12-month period. We will notify learners at least 14 days in advance of the course delivery date.
If, for unforeseen circumstances there may be a need to cancel and this is not rescheduled, the individual booking onto the course will be offered a full refund.
DAHA Accreditation Leads training - Expression of interest
This discussion paper was developed by the Perpetrator and Housing Working Group, a subgroup of the National Housing and Domestic Abuse Policy and Practice Group led DAHA (Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance). The PHWG is made up of a broad alliance of voluntary and statutory sector organisations who have been building the case for why more formalised perpetrator housing support and pathways are needed to keep victims safe and prevent further abuse.
The interim report from a 3-year evaluation of DAHA accreditation undertaken by Joanne Bretherton and Nicholas Pleace from the University of York. The evaluation investigates the advantages of DAHA accreditation, the difference that it makes to survivor's lives, and the cost effectiveness for housing providers. The final report is due in 2021.
Women’s Aid Federation of England and DAHA secured funding from the Home Office to investigate whether there is a need for a national mechanism to ‘link up’ refuge services and housing providers to improve the move-on process and, if so, how it would work.
A review of the first year of the Whole Housing Approach pilot project - a whole systems approach addressing the needs of survivors of domestic abuse across all tenure types, running across three pilot sites; Cambridgeshire, Stockton and London.
DAHA and Surviving Economic Abuse commissioned this report from the University of Bristol to draw on data collected as part of the ESRC-funded project, Justice, Inequality and Gender-Based Violence. The final briefing reveals the extent of domestic abuse for homeowners and private renters and their experiences with the criminal justice system.
This report demonstrates the vital role housing providers can play in tackling domestic abuse. Investment and training means housing providers can identify domestic abuse earlier, and work with police to hold perpetrators to account, reducing the impact on the victims and their family and saving money for the housing provider.