Do you support women, men or children who may be affected by violence and abuse?
Do you want to provide needs led, strengths based, trauma informed support which makes a real difference in people’s lives?
This QCF Level 3 accredited certificate course aims to provide opportunity for professional development to staff whose work brings them into contact with victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence. More details on the content can be found here
Who is this training suitable for?
To undertake the Certificate, you are required to be in a paid role with at least 6 months experience working with survivors in the domestic and sexual abuse/violence sector
It is suitable for:
Refuge Workers (including Managers)
Independent Domestic Violence Advocates (IDVAs)
The cost of the course are as follows
– £2286 for non-members
– £1986 for members
The course comprises of 4 modules and takes 9.5 days in total (3 x 2.5 days for 3 modules, and 2 days for the 4th). You will be expected to submit a workbook after each module.
Oct 2, 3, 4 (Unit A)
Nov 13, 14, 15 (Unit B)
Jan 8, 9, 10 (Unit C)
Feb 19, 20 (Unit D)
Kinmel Bay Community
The Square, Off Foryd Road,
Kinmel Bay, LL18 5BT
To book you place on the course please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a booking form with payment details.
If you have a minimum of six members of staff and can release them for the 9 ½ required training days for the Certificate please contact us at 02920541551 and ask for training.
"We heard from experts and Gypsy & Traveller women with experience of domestic abuse directly and the stories they told were harrowing. Abuse can begin early and last years and when women try to flee, there are often significant barriers to overcome." publications.parliament.uk/pa…