Domestic abuse and sexual violence are serious issues that have been affecting women in Ireland for generations. It is a problem that has been largely neglected and ignored until recently, but it is now becoming an increasingly important issue for Irish society. This is why studying for a Professional Diploma in Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence from City Colleges can be a professional route to gain an understanding of the issues and equip yourself to help those affected.
Domestic abuse and sexual violence are complex topics that require a comprehensive understanding. This Professional Diploma will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the issue, covering a range of topics such as the history of the issue, the psychology and sociology of abuse and violence, legal and policy frameworks, and the practical implications for those affected. You will be able to gain a better understanding of what domestic abuse and sexual violence looks like in Ireland in 2023, as well as the ways in which they are addressed by the government, the legal system, and other organisations.
The Diploma will also cover topics such as the prevalence of domestic abuse and sexual violence in Ireland, the impact on victims and their families, and the ways in which these issues can be addressed. You will also gain an understanding of the services available to those affected, and the different approaches that can be taken to support victims and survivors.
Studying for the Professional Diploma in Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence in Ireland can be an incredibly rewarding experience. Not only will you gain a greater understanding of the issue, but you will also be able to use the knowledge and skills you have learned to help those affected. It is an important issue that affects many women in Ireland and with the right understanding, you can play your part in helping to reduce the prevalence of these issues and support those affected. This course is therefore suited for those working within and also outside the criminal justice system.
Beginning on Wednesday 29th March 2023 the Professional Diploma in Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence will be led by Dean of the College of Criminology & Policing Studies John Deane-O’Keeffe, and a multi-disciplinary lecturing panel who are drawn from a wide variety of well-known non-governmental and voluntary organisations, eminent academics, and expert practitioner specialists in the field of domestic abuse and sexual violence.
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