ZeST Domestic Abuse Training Game

Normaler Preis £30.00 GBP exc. VAT
Normaler Preis exc. VAT Verkaufspreis £30.00 GBP exc. VAT
Version: ZeST online version - single annual licence

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A version of the board game for use with TEAMS, ZOOM, SKYPE.

The first in a series of games designed to help professionals recognise and respond to domestic abuse. This edition focuses on understanding and recognising Intimate Partner Violence (IPV).

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Normaler Preis £30.00 GBP exc. VAT
Normaler Preis exc. VAT Verkaufspreis £30.00 GBP exc. VAT
  • ZeST replicates the benefits of face-to-face games in a simple web-based tool that anyone can use. It does not require any training or special technology.

    ZeST games are designed to be played during group meetings on Zoom, Skype, Teams, WebEx. There is no direct link between ZeST and these meetings platforms. The facilitator just shares their ZeST screen with the group.

    The actual games are designed to be very simple to manage allowing the facilitator to concentrate on encouraging and maintaining group discussions.

    ZeST games will help you to recreate the energy and discussions you’d get during a face-to-face game.

    A single licence gives you unrestricted access to a specific game on the ZeST platform for 12 months. A single licence allows one online game session to be run at any time. However, you can invite as many participants as you wish to each session and you can organise as many back-to-back game sessions as you need. You can also purchase additional licenses.

  • Anyone who works with the public in health, education, policing or other public services are well placed to recognise and respond to domestic abuse concerns. This educational board game uses question cards to help players build their knowledge of Intimate Partner Violence, and persona activities to help them think about how to put their knowledge into practice and respond to a domestic abuse concern in their daily work.

    Two teams of players compete to bring their playing pieces to the Safety Zone, by providing correct answers to questions and successfully exploring scenarios involving fictional individuals experiencing domestic abuse.

    Players will learn about:

    • Types of abuse between partners
    • Signs of domestic abuse
    • Impact on health and wellbeing
    • Why people stay in abusive relationships
    • Role of professionals
    • How to ask appropriate questions and offer support
    • Recording and sharing information
    • Signposting people to appropriate support


    Suitable for student and qualified professionals such as:

    • Nurses & Midwives
    • Allied Health Professionals
    • Health Visitors
    • GPs
    • Care Providers
    • Social Workers
    • Police Officers
    • Educational Staff