LimeCulture has now completed the series of “Coping & Connecting’ Online Sessions that were funded by the Ministry of Justice, as part of their initiative to support frontline services respond to victims/survivors of sexual violence during the coronavirus outbreak. LimeCulture recognised the need to ensure that professionals were also supported during this challenging time, many of whom have had to completely adapt the way they provide support to their clients as a result of the restrictions imposed due to the pandemic.
Our Training Director, Bernie Ryan says “I want to say thank you to all the ISVAs and ISVA Managers who participated with our Online Sessions. We’ve been overwhelmed with the demand and the uptake of the sessions’
The LimeCulture training team have been delivering 5 Online Sessions per week to ISVAs since the end of April, and throughout May & June. “We’ve connected with more than 240 ISVA from more than 60 ISVA Services, which is incredible. The feedback has been overwhelmingly positive throughout and it is in no small part down to the ISVAs who were willing to connect with us and share their personal and professional experiences with their peers”.
Its has been a privilege to connect with so many ISVAs during this challenging time – so thank you for joining us! The ISVA workforce is truly incredible & LimeCulture will continue to support & champion you and the vital support you provide.