- My account
- All about repairs
- Rent and service charges
- Safer communities
- Homeowner information
- Resident involvement
- Benefits and budgeting
- Health and safety
- Report an issue
Training for housing providers
For individuals and organisations in the housing sector
Our "Domestic Abuse: Good Practice for Housing Providers" training course is for anyone who works in housing, particularly those who aren't domestic abuse specialists.
- complete relevant risk assessments
- implement action plans
- make referrals to appropriate specialist agencies
- gain understanding of the legal framework involved
- analyse strategies used by different agencies
About the trainer
Gudrun Burnet (Guddy) has delivered workshops and training on domestic abuse to organisations and at national conferences. Guddy is a Community Safety Manager at Peabody, where satisfaction scores for domestic abuse case handling is 15 per cent higher than average.
Choose from Peabody's head office in central London (where lunch will be provided) or at your organisation.
£150 plus VAT per delegate (minimum of 5 delegates). Discount price of £1300 plus VAT for a group of 10 delegates.
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"Very good, enjoyed the session. I think all Neighbourhood Managers should attend! Trainer had extensive knowledge of domestic violence, very passionate, interesting course. 100% of the delegates felt that the course met the objectives." Family Mosaic
“The training was really relevant to my job and the trainer was extremely knowledgeable. Highly recommended. Really enjoyed the course and came away with lots of information to help me. A difficult subject matter that was delivered really well” L&Q
"‘The course was very informative from a practitioner's point of view. I feel more able to deal with DV cases and have learnt how to deal with MARACS effectively and to fill out the CAADA forms." Network Stadium
“Enjoyed the training and feel I understand procedures in place now. Gudrun is very good at explaining in-depth and answering any questions.” Circle
“Very useful, think all frontline staff should attend. Very knowledgeable and informative trainer.” Havebury