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Because the people affected by domestic abuse are our patients, our clients, our colleagues and our friends.
Who are we?
ASC is a Medics Against Violence and VRU partnership programme supported by the Scottish Government.
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ASC is a training programme aimed at anyone who may encounter those affected by domestic abuse in the course of their day-to-day job. From doctors and dentists to vets, firefighters and hairdressers we can help you spot the signs of domestic abuse, ask the right questions and ensure those affected get the support they need. We can all ASC.
ASC is a day long course. We use a train the trainer approach so employees can go back to their workplace and pass on the key skills they’ve learned to others. You don’t need prior training or experience of working with domestic abuse to become an ASC trainer.
Our training uses a mixture of presentations, group work exercises and our own films. On completion of training you will be able to download all of our resources for use in your own training sessions. We can also provide ongoing support for your own training.
We have a number of resources you can download and use for your own training. We also have some branded materials which you may wish to order. We implement a charge for large orders of materials.
Our resources include the presentation used on your train the trainers day so that you can refresh your memory prior to training others. Our film ‘Harder’ in both a long and short version along with other films that we may have used during your training and which you may find useful. The training manual will guide you through the hour long presentation which you can deliver to your colleagues. You are welcome to adapt this to include local information. We have also scripted some of the activities that we recommend you use in training colleauges. Finally we have included some poster and CPD templates that you can adapt.