Can my service/ I arrange bespoke training from Respect?

Yes! The Respect training team offers Open Access training and bespoke/commissioned training, where we work with you to understand your staff training needs to develop suitable, tailored training at a date that suits you. Get in touch today to arrange a chat.

Does the Respect training team deliver online, or in-person?

Our trainer can deliver dynamic, engaging training online or, if you prefer, can travel to you to deliver training in-person (travel and accommodation to be covered by commissioning service, within the UK/ Eire)

What are some examples of bespoke training Respect has delivered?

In the last few years, we have worked with providers from diverse sectors to develop and deliver training, including the following:

  • Engaging Homeless Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse
  • Motivational Interviewing and Engaging Perpetrators
  • Holding Perpetrators to Account in the NHS – Steering Policy and Practice
  • Engaging Perpetrators (Patients and Staff) in a Healthcare Setting 
  • HR Policies that Hold Perpetrators to Account

We’ve trained:

  • Police
  • Social workers
  • Probation
  • Health workers
  • Education professionals
  • Drug & alcohol workers
  • Homelessness professionals
  • VAWG workers
  • Local authority staff
  • MARAC Chairs
  • Commissioners
  • Academics

Can I commission an existing training that I can see on your Open Access training pages to be exclusively delivered to my staff?

Yes! Services regularly commission us to deliver our ‘off-the-shelf’ training to a specific group on a date that suits their organisation. This ensures that they can train a large number of staff at the same time, in a training setting exclusive to their organisation.

What if I don’t see anything on the website that meets my training needs?

We can modify/combine any of our existing training – and also develop brand-new training.

How much does bespoke training cost?

The cost of training is determined by a sliding scale, dependent on whether your service is a Respect Member or not, as well as on your annual income. If we need to develop new material just for you, there will also be additional costs associated with this.

Our training is affordable and competitive, and we would be delighted to have a chat with you to discuss costings with you.

Can I meet with Respect to discuss my training needs?

Yes! We regularly meet with services from many sectors to discuss their practice issues and staff training needs. Get in touch today to arrange a chat.

What people say about our training

 “Very excited to take the learning forward - we need this, desperately!” (Attendee to Holding Perpetrators to ‘Account in the NHS – Steering Policy and Practice’)
“The passion, knowledge and commitment by the trainer was fantastic, it kept us engaged and interested” (Attendee to ‘Working with Perpetrators Towards Change’)
“Really helpful to have someone who understands the realities and practicalities of working with this cohort of clients” (Attendee to ‘Engaging Homeless Perpetrators’)
“I was engaged from beginning to end. Trainer was absolutely excellent.” (Attendee to training in ‘Dealing with Dual Allegations of Domestic Abuse’) 
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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