It is vital that professionals responding to victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence are competent and confident to provide high-quality, safe and effective support. We are able to support professionals to deliver excellent services to victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence.
First Light provides a range of training and development packages for professionals working with victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence to ensure they have the right set of tools, skills, knowledge and expertise.
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Bespoke Development Solutions
Standard, off the-shelf training packages do not always match requirements. We have the flexibility to be able to offer bespoke training designed in partnership with employers. We can also offer expert consultation with the development of workplace policies.
Why choose us
- Great feedback from delegates across a broad range of sectors
- Feedback constantly refers to training as ‘engaging, ‘thought-provoking’ and enjoyable.
- Content is designed to be practically applicable to the employer’s policies and procedures.
- Highly knowledgeable trainers with frontline experience.
- Flexible delivery either on-site, online or at a training facility.
“Absolutely fantastic course. So interesting and First Light having first-hand experience to share with us, made it more engaging.”
Staff member, Exeter University.
“The training was a breath of fresh air. It’s so empowering to be trained by someone like First Light. Their knowledge is amazing due to their experience and the stories are bang on and perfect examples are used to explain the topic being discussed. I wish I had their knowledge in my field and worked in a niche where I was as passionate about my area of expertise. Response [to domestic abuse] is so vast. Thank you for making a hard subject enjoyable to learn”
“The tools and examples were spot on and has made me much more aware of domestic abuse. I hope to be able to implement this within my practice and feel confident about the risks and how to make appropriate referrals”
“I’m now much more aware of the impact of domestic abuse within the workplace and I have the confidence to recognise it and better support my staff ”