We offer training to organisations that count 3rd party victims of crime amongst their services users. The reality is – if you serve the public – you will be working with people who have suffered violent or sexual crime and the people who care for them.
Whilst the focus is on 3rd party victims of crime, our training is also pertinent and relevant for any organisation that needs to engage carers particularly where there is multi-agency involvement.
Our training is bespoke – we tailor it to the needs and priorities of your organisation and the staff who will receive it. We are confident working with 16+ learners through to senior management and board level.
Thought-provoking and truly inspiring – Norfolk and Suffolk Mental Health Trust
Our training focuses on:
- understanding the complexity and demands faced by 3rd party victims of crime.
- how your organisation fits into the overall picture
- what your staff can do to better support 3rd party victims of crime
Our training is delivered by carers with lived experience of supporting someone who is a victim of serious sexual or violent crime and depending on the size of the groups, facilitators with vast experience in either education, health, police or social care can be included. Delegates are likely to be exposed to topics such as violence, sexual violence, self-harm, childhood sexual abuse, suicide and suicidal thinking. We provide pre-training support to staff and organisations to ensure that staff are prepared for this and to ensure staff who need to ‘opt-out’ for whatever reason, can do so safely and comfortably.
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