In November 2017, we successfully held our fifth national conference (this time in London – previously we have held the conference in Birmingham, Doncaster, Taunton and Slough) with over 100 delegates. The conference was CPD accredited (six points).
We will again be holding a conference in 2018 in November and the venue will likely to be in the North of England.
If you would like to be kept informed about the 2018 conference, please email email@example.com and we will send you details as soon as they are available.
In 2017, 95% of the delegates said that the conference would help them in their role, specifically:
- Share of Victim/Survivor experiences.
- Help them create or improve servcies.
- Enhanced understanding of emotional needs and support.
- Access to Research and Statistics.
- Enhanced understanding of barriers victims face.
- Enhanced understanding of prevalence of Female Perpetrators and need for support.
- Scope of Male Victim Service provision and requirements.
- Understanding challenges surrounding Funding/Bid Applications
Information about the 2017 conference can be found below and the 2018 conference will follow a similar format.
Who should attend?
Those working in community safety, public health, social services, domestic abuse, the legal system (police, solicitors, CPS, probation), adult & children safeguarding, public health, housing associations, health service, victim support, anti-social behaviour, men’s health & welfare, equality & diversity, voluntary/third sector, students, academics & researchers.
This 2017 course was CPD accredited course (six points) is available for attendees and the conference meets the NICE Quality Standards on domestic abuse. It is intended that the accreditation will be the same for 2018.