New 2014 Dates for ISVA Training

The dates for our 6th Independent Sexual Violence Adviser (ISVA) Development Programme has been confirmed today!

This 6-module specialist training will be held between May and November 2014 in Rugby. We went for a midlands locations to try and reduce the travel times for as many ISVAs as possible. Having held ISVA training in Manchester, Bristol and London, we felt it was about time that we went to the Midlands. As Rugby has great connections by road and public transport, we choose the Golden Lion Hotel as our training venue for the 12 training days (they have offered delegates a reduce rate for accommodation too as a bonus for our delegates!).

 

Training
Reference
Training
Date of
Training
Location     Cost
ISVADP*
05141
Defining the Roles and
Responsibilities of an ISVA
6 & 7 May 2014
Rugby
£400
plus VAT
ISVADP*
05142
Best practice responses to Police
and
Non-Police referrals
4 & 5 June 2014
Rugby
£400
plus VAT
ISVADP*
05143a
Working in Partnership with Sexual
Assault Referral Centres (SARCs)
1 July 2014
Rugby
£200
plus VAT
ISVADP*
05143b
Risk Identification, Assessment and
Management
2 July 2014
Rugby
£200
plus VAT
ISVADP*
05144a
Understanding Sexualised Trauma
30 September 2014
Rugby
£200
plus VAT
ISVADP*
0514b
Forensic Awareness and
Interpretation
1 October 2014
Rugby
£200
plus VAT
ISVADP*
05145
Safeguarding children and
vulnerable
Adults
22 & 23 October
2014
Rugby
£400
plus VAT
ISVADP*
05146
Understanding the ISVA and Victim
Role in relation to Criminal and Civil
Justice Processes
19 & 20 November
2014
Rugby
£400
plus VAT

Please visit www.limeculture.co.uk for further information about the training available for ISVAs

Please Note: Anyone wishing to attend all of the ISVA Development Programme can book the entire course for £2000 plus VAT ( saving £400 plus VAT)

If you would like to book a place, please email info@limeculture.co.uk for a booking form

LimeCulture is now the leading provider of ISVA training. Having now trained over 120 ISVAs and Managers since 2011.  We ensure that our practical training is up to date and includes all the latest developments to ensure that ISVAs are equipped with knowledge and skills to enable them to carry out their role in supporting victims of sexual violence.

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