CPD: Responding to victims of sexual violence
What does the course involve?
“Extremely good training. Excellent speakers… I would recommend it to anyone.”
This course will enable learners to build their skills and knowledge about sexual violence, ensuring that more effective support can be provided to help improve safety for victims of sexual violence.
By attending this course you will experience:
- 3½ days of teaching and ½ day of seminar/tutorial.
- Practical and reflective learning and content.
- Professional training delivered by CAADA's associates Janine Roderick (Policy lead, Violence Against Women bill, Welsh Assembly Govt) and Roxanne Hammonds (Manager Ynys Saff, Cardiff SARC).
- Guest speakers include Zoe Lodrick, a Sexual Trauma Specialist and a police trainer.
- Opportunities to connect and share best practice with other professionals.
- Free practitioner resources.
- Assessment for level 3 accreditation is in the form of worksheets.
- Assessment for level 4 accreditation requires learners to submit an essay of 2,000-2,500 words.
Learners will be expected to undertake approximately 55 hours of self study, including preparation for classes, reading, attendance on the course and assignment.
If you're unsure which level of accreditation will suit you best, read our FAQs about the differences between OCN London Level 3 and 4 accreditation.
If you have any queries,
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