Eve Training and ConsultancyEve - Domestic Abuse Training and Consultancy for Business and Individuals

Domestic abuse

Training & Consultancy

for business and individuals

Our expertise can help a wide range of professionals and others who work with victims and survivors of domestic abuse and violence. We can design training workshops, programmes and events for any size of group, and can support any level of learner, including:

  • new staff
  • volunteers
  • managers and HR professionals
  • practitioners and clinicians
  • frontline staff working in domestic abuse
  • private sector business professionals

We can also deliver group work programmes for women, children and families, and can train others to deliver such courses themselves. Consultancy is available for managers or new organisations setting up a domestic abuse service, or delivering recovery programmes for family members.

Who can benefit?

Anyone working, studying or interested in the field of domestic abuse can benefit from our training, including:

  • specialist domestic abuse practitioners
  • police
  • children centre staff
  • social workers
  • teachers
  • GPs and healthcare practitioners and staff
  • family support workers
  • charities
  • private businesses.

How does it work?

Most standard courses are one day. This provides sufficient time to really address the issues so that an improved professional response can be given to victims and survivors of domestic abuse of all ages. Overview and single-issue courses are half days.

The courses can be accessed by individuals when advertised as an open course. Courses can be provided to teams or groups at your location of preference, a more cost-effective option for organisations that have more than eight attendees.

We can also work with organisations to create bespoke courses of different lengths to meet their specific needs. Course prices for individuals and groups are available from our Training Consultant. The cost of bespoke training will depend on the detail and length of the training required. Discounts may be available for close partner agencies where funding for training is a real issue.

Meet our Training Co-ordinator

April Ventour Griffiths comes from a background of more than 20 years Training, Personal Development, Women’s Motivational Coaching, Academic Coaching and Mentoring. She has 25 years of working in the communities of London and Northampton managing projects including SRB5, Tackling Race Inequality Fund (TRIF), Supporting Women Back to Work with Northamptonshire Women’s Network and looking at The Impact of Domestic Abuse for BME women in Northampton with Sunflower Centre.

She is a passionate advocate for women’s health and wellbeing and broadcaster on women’s issues with N-Live Radio and is consistently encouraging women to work on their self-esteem and confidence. She has experience of working in domestic abuse service provision and FGM, and is currently working on rolling out training in Honour Based Abuse (HBA) with focus on empowering culturally diverse communities professionals to recognise an understand the impact of HBA.

Upcoming Training Events

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