National ISVA Conference – Knowledge & Network Event 2020

We are delighted to announce that LimeCulture will be hosting the 5th ‘Knowledge and Network’ Event, National Conference for Independent Sexual Violence Advisers (ISVAs). This major event will take place in Manchester on Thursday 5th of March 2020.

The Knowledge and Network Event is designed to support the continued professional development of those who attend as well as provide an opportunity to network with peers, share learning and discuss ideas and suggestions. All the key speakers will bring with them knowledge and experience in interesting topics that are relevant to the continued development of the ISVA workforce.

The cost of this event is £140 per person (inclusive of VAT).  If your service would like to book more than one place, our booking system will allow you to submit a single booking form with details of multiple attendees included. Confirmation of your place and more details about the event will be sent to you following receipt of your booking form.

At this event we are thrilled to once again be presenting the LimeLight Awards, these awards were introduced by LimeCulture CIC in 2016 with the aim of acknowledging the outstanding contributions and achievements of individual ISVAs, ISVA Teams and ISVA Managers. Following the success of the last LimeLight Awards, LimeCulture are keen to continue to celebrate the excellence, dedication and commitment to supporting victims of sexual violence demonstrated by ISVAs through their work. visit our LimeLight Award page for more information about how to nominate. This years’ LimeLight Award nominations can be submitted between Wednesday 27th of November 2019 and Wednesday 5th of February 2020.

About LimeCulture

LimeCulture Community Interest Company (CIC) is a specialist sexual violence training and development organisation that has been established to improve the competence and confidence of frontline professionals (and their agencies) working with victims of sexual violence. Since the establishment of our ISVA Development Programme in 2011, we have supported hundreds of ISVAs to provide high-quality, independent and professional support services to victims of sexual violence. During this time, we have seen a huge increase in the number of ISVA service providers and indeed, the number of professionals joining the ISVA workforce. With these increases has come the recognition that all ISVA services across the UK must be moving towards sustainability through provision of high-quality, innovative, professional services that meet the complex needs of the people who use the services.