AVA provides a variety of open training courses that take place
at a range of venues across the UK. Please read the outline
for the course you are interested in to ensure the course matches
your abilities and training needs.
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Long, AVA's Training & Events Co-ordinator if you have
Perspectives on Adolescent to Parent Violence, 9 September, London
9 September 2013
An interactive, practical study day on Adolescent to Parent Violence (APV), designed to raise awareness of the topic and provide participants with an opportunity to explore the dynamics of the issue as a profile of domestic abuse.
Counselling and Communication Skills for Frontline Workers, 19 & 20 September, London
19 September 2013
This 2 day course is designed for frontline staff working with victims/survivors of domestic violence. The course will teach participants client centred counselling and communication skills to improve their ability to respond empathically and professionally to victims/survivors of domestic violence.
Welfare Reforms & Domestic Violence, 11 October, London
11 October 2013
This course is designed for frontline staff working with victims/survivors of domestic violence. The course will provide participants with a working understanding of the impact of recent and forthcoming changes to welfare benefits, social housing and the provision of legal aid for victims/survivors of domestic violence