Respect offers a high-quality professional development programme that is aligned with the core strands of our work: perpetrators of domestic abuse, male victims of domestic abuse and young people’s violence in close relationships. 

The programme includes training courses, webinars, Practice Development Days, Lunch and Learn sessions, and other events aimed primarily at Frontline Workers and Service Managers. We also welcome others who are interested in our work, including Commissioners, Funders, Policy Workers and Academics/Researchers. 

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Report writing training course

Writing reports is a big part of delivering perpetrator work in a multi-agency setting. This hands-on 1-day course will improve practitioners' confidence, skills and knowledge in preparing a variety of reports to a high standard.

Learning objectives

  • Understand the different types of reports that may be required/requested
  • Become confident in writing a range of reports
  • Understand how to adapt your writing style depending on the audience
  • Gain knowledge in structuring and writing formal reports
  • Understand the pitfalls to avoid in report writing
  • Improve your skills in case recording and understand how it underpins good report writing
  • Become confident in distinguishing between fact and opinion 
  • Gain confidence in formulating a risk statement

Who this course is for

This course is aimed at practitioners working in a perpetrator service, including Service Managers, Facilitators, Case Workers and Partner Support Workers or IDVAs. 


3rd July 2024 (9:30-16:00)


Online, via Zoom 

For more information and to book your place click here

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Respect is a registered charity in England and Wales, number 1141636, in Scotland, number SC051284 and a company, number 7582438. Registered address: VAI Second Floor, 200a Pentonville Road, London N1 9JP
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