What is this training course? 

This 4-day training course is designed to support practitioners from a range of backgrounds to deliver the Respect Young People’s Programme (RYPP), an intervention for families where children or young people aged between 8 and 18 are abusive or violent towards the people close to them, particularly their parents or carers.  

Who is it for? 

This training is for practitioners from a range of professional backgrounds including:

  • youth work 
  • social work 
  • youth offending teams 
  • children and family workers
  • domestic abuse services 

What will participants learn? 

The training goes through the RYPP programme in detail using a variety of teaching and learning methods, including case studies, group work, skills practice and video work. 

Following this course, participants will have the knowledge and skills required to deliver the RYPP.

The impact of the RYPP 

The impact of the Respect Young People’s Programme goes beyond an individual basis. Whilst its main aim is helping families to repair their relationships, it is also successful in reducing police callouts, and making significant savings for the criminal justice system.  

How is the training delivered? 

The training can be delivered either online or in person by members of Respect's Young People's Service.

How much does the training package cost? 

We offer training as part of a package that includes licensing to deliver the RYPP, and implementation support. We train whole cohorts of up to 16 people, and we also offer training to smaller groups of 4 people as part of a larger group with other areas and organisations from across the country 

Whole cohort training 

The current cost of the training package and the License to deliver the RYPP is £17,280.00 plus VAT for up to 16 people. This includes:  

  • 4 days of training for programme delivery staff.   
  • Implementation support for staff managing the delivery of the programme   
  • A minimum of 12, 2 -hour, online group practice support sessions for delivery staff.   
  • A three- year License to deliver the RYPP in your service or locality.  
  • Access for all trained practitioners to the practitioner area of the Respect Young  People’s Service website for the duration of the license to access online RYPP resources.   

Outcome data analysis – can also be requested from Respect 

Mixed group training 

If you have fewer than 16 practitioners needing training, we can accommodate cohorts of smaller numbers (minimum 4), by training groups from mixed organisations. We would be happy to provide a tailored quote, but as a guide, individual places are provided at a cost of £1,145 + VAT . 

Available online training dates

June 2024
5th, 6th, 12th, 13th  FULLY BOOKED
July 2024TBC
September 202418th,19th, 25th, 26th
November 20247th, 8th, 14th, 15th
January 2025 TBC
March 2025TBC

The closing date for each cohort is two weeks before the start of the course to allow time for getting training resources and manuals to you.

For more information or to book places, please contact [email protected]

Respect is a registered charity in England and Wales, number 1141636, in Scotland, number SC051284 and a company, number 7582438. Registered address: VAI Second Floor, 200a Pentonville Road, London N1 9JP
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