Challenging Myths and Changing Attitudes Training
Thurrock Community Safety Partnership are delighted to announce three new dates of the above training. This training is for anyone who is out in the communities in Thurrock and is in contact with our residents. All Thurrock Council staff and contractors are suitable for this training. This will provide a valuable skill set and contribute towards helping to safeguarding individuals.
Tuesday 9th February 2021 – 14.00 till 16.00
Friday 12th February 2021 – 13.00 till 15.00
Tuesday 23rd March 2021 – 14.00 till 16.00
The learning outcomes from the training are:-
• To be able to define sexual violence
• To understand the possible impacts of sexual violence on the survivor and their family/friends/partner,
• To feel confident to challenge commonly held myths around sexual violence
• To understand how to provide an effective response to a disclosure, and
• To know what relevant services are available locally.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS TRAINING IS ONLY OPEN TO COLLEAGUES WHO WORK OR PROVIDE A SERVICE WITHIN THURROCK
All sessions will be delivered via Zoom. You may need to use a personal device to log into Zoom if your organisation does not allow use of this app on work devices, however, all training details will be sent to the work email address you provide at the time of registration. Due to the interaction elements of the training, we request that video and microphones are switched on during training. You will be sent some material to read and think about in advance of the online workshop. Please allow yourself an hour to do this.
Please note that whilst this training is free, failure to attend without 48 hours’ notice will result in a £50 non-attendance fee.
To book onto this training course, please click the below link: