Join the experts at Coventry Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre on Tuesday 12 September 2023 for an interactive and engaging training session which raises awareness of sexual violence, its prevalence and impacts.
The full day face-to-face workshop will provide an overview of what we mean by sexual violence, some of the key national statistics, prevalence, myths and stereotypes, legal and media representations, and barriers to reporting. There will also be the opportunity to develop a more comprehensive understanding and further examine the physical and emotional impact on victims and survivors.
This training is offered at an introductory price for a limited time only.
It is ideal for professionals, individuals, and anyone who may come into contact with people who have been impacted by sexual violence, harassment and abuse.
This is one of a range of standard training packages suitable for anyone who supports or may provide services for children, young people and adults.
For organisations who need something more bespoke, Crasac can work in partnership to create a completely tailored package.
Contact Crasac on email@example.com for more information or to arrange a short consultation.
Benefits of the course:
- Supports professional CPD hours (certificate of completion available).
- BACP accredited centre.
- Developed in line with current legislation and regularly updated to reflect changes in legislation, guidance and best practice.
- Interactive activities and reflective tasks to help understanding and confidence
Why train with CRASAC:
Coventry Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre (CRASAC) has over 40 years’ experience working with adults and children who have been impacted directly or indirectly by sexual violence or abuse at any time in their lives.
Crasac offers specialist independent support for survivors throughout the criminal justice process and provide counselling and therapy services for people of all ages and genders.
At CRASAC the team works from a feminist perspective and their training is underpinned by their experience and research across many different sectors. As experts in their field, Crasac are able to share a unique trauma informed insight into an area which may often be difficult to comprehend.
Any income generated from the sale of the training courses is reinvested into front-line services directly supporting victims and survivors of sexual violence and abuse.