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AAFDA offers expert training for statutory and voluntary sector professionals on:

  • Being a DHR Chair (CPD Accredited)
  • Managing a DHR (CPD Accredited)
  • Being an Effective Panel Member(CDP Accredited)
  • Working with Families
  • Reviewing suicides and unexplained deaths after domestic abuse
  • Increasing awareness of domestic abuse
  • Preventing domestic abuse

AAFDA's CEO is a Home Office appointed reader of Domestic Homicide Reviews and a Home Office accredited Chair.

AAFDA sits on the national Domestic Homicide Review Quality Assurance panel, hosted by the Home Office. 

Our training will:

  • Deal with the grey areas and be highly interactive.
  • Link to real cases and will include input from a family member who recently completed the Domestic Homicide Review journey. 
  • Cover the process including by quality assuring puiblished reviews.
  • Share best practice particularly around working with families.

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Training for Professionals

Bespoke Training For Your Organisation

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DHR Chair Training

Join us and discover the skills required to be a Domestic Homicide Review Chair.


Managing a Domestic Homicide Review

This CPD Accredited course is suitable for any professional tasked with commissioning or managing a DHR.  it is also suitable for professionals on a DHR Panel.  

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Being an Effective Panel Member

Join us on this interactive 2.5hr Zoom session and learn what it takes to be an effective DHR panel member.

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QA Ready

This short course is essential for DHR Chairs and Community Safety Partnership professionals

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Other AAFDA Events


AAFDA Conference 2023 - "Anyway, listening isn't enough" *

A conference to help raise the status of victims of domestic abuse and bereaved families.


16 Days of Activism 2022

During the 16 Days of Action 2022 AAFDA will be shining a spotlight on some of the different players with a role in responding to domestic abuse.

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