Eve offers a wide range of training for professionals in the area of inter personal violence and abuse and can design training workshops, programmes and events for any size of group and support every level of learner including:
- New staff
- Senior practitioners
We are also available to deliver group work programmes for women, children and families.
For more information please contact our Training Consultant, Julie Coles, on 01604 230588
Our training days are designed for a variety of learning and development needs, from raising basic awareness of Domestic Abuse to meeting the continuous professional development (CPD) needs of senior practitioners and managers with responsibilities for domestic violence and abuse and its effects on women, children and families.
All our training is delivered by professionals in the field. It is interactive, engaging and focuses on informing individuals and the organisations they work in about best practice in working with victims and survivors of domestic violence and abuse.
Charges vary dependant on length of training, location, specialism or for accreditation for professionals to deliver specific EVE programmes.
Our Training Consultant, Julie Coles has almost 30 years experience in the field of domestic abuse and in training. She has written several specialist domestic abuse programmes for delivery to service users, as well as numerous courses to assist professionals in understanding domestic abuse and Honour Based Violence (HBV) that enables a safe and effective response to victims and survivors of all ages. Julie keeps abreast of the dynamic nature of domestic violence and abuse as well as current working practice. She has the benefit of having worked at all levels with victims and survivors as well as managing staff who work face to face with survivors or all ages, including those with complex needs. This gives a foundation for a current, safe and realistic response to the issues, and offers trainees confidence in knowing that what they learn will really enable them to offer a safe and effective response.
How does it work?
Most standard courses are minimum of 1 day, and can be accessed by individuals when advertised as an open course, or may be purchased for work teams or groups at a group cost making it cost effective for organisations that have more than five attendees. Bespoke courses can be designed to meet specific needs, in discussion with the purchaser. Costs are available on request from the Training Consultant.
Anyone working, studying or interested in the field of domestic abuse or Honour Based Violence.
- Specialist domestic abuse practitioners
- Children Centre Staff
- Social Workers
- GPs health staff
- Family support workers
- Health, OT, education, social work, youth/ children’s work or police students