Training and events

Why are your training courses restricted to professionals only?

Why can’t I come on your training?

I’ve sent you my application form: am I guaranteed a place on the course?

How much does your training cost?

Can I send a substitute?

Can I transfer my place onto another course?

What if I need to cancel?

 

Why are your training courses restricted to professionals only?
We know that professionals such as Independent Domestic Violence Advisers or outreach workers are often the first people women go to for advice and support. The aim of our training courses is to increase their awareness and understanding of women’s legal rights to enable them to support the women they work with. At a time when we know demand for our advice lines is so high, this is an important way in which we can extend the reach of our work.

It is difficult to deliver training courses which meet the needs of individual women. The issues that are affecting you might be very different from those of other women. Our trainers are not able to give individual legal advice.

For information about the law and your legal rights please call our telephone advice lines or read our legal information

Why can’t I come on your training?
Our training is primarily aimed at professionals working in the Violence against Women and Girls sector and other sectors who provide services for women. We sometimes have to impose eligibility criteria for our courses, usually in order to meet the requirements of funders.

Some of our courses are women only, providing a space for women to meet and learn together. Find out more about our commitment to providing women only services here

I’ve sent you my application form: am I guaranteed a place on the course?
No. Our courses fill very quickly and are often over-subscribed. We will contact you as soon as possible to confirm whether you have a place.

How much does your training cost?
Open training: varied – please see details of individual courses

In-house training: please enquire. Our one-day “off the shelf” courses start from £870 for small voluntary sector organisations (up to 20 participants), plus any travel, accommodation and subsistence expenses (if applicable).

Can I send a substitute?
A colleague may attend in your place provided you notify us as early as possible and at least a week before the training date.

Can I transfer my place onto another course?
You may not transfer your place onto another course.

What if I need to cancel?
Unless otherwise stated on the training application form:

Open training:
Cancellation up to 2 weeks before the training date: 50% charge

Cancellation within 2 weeks of the training date: full charge/no refund

Free training:
Cancellation up to 2 weeks before the training date: no charge

Cancellation within 2 weeks of the training date: £30.00

In-house training:

Cancellation up to 2 weeks before the training date: £50.00

Cancellation within 2 weeks of the training date: full charge

We will also charge any costs we have incurred for the course (for example: booked travel tickets, accommodation, courier costs, trainer preparation etc.)

All cancellation charges also apply to late bookings.

If you need to cancel, please do so in writing.

We reserve the right, at any time, to change venues, trainers, and/or the programme if necessary. We reserve the right to cancel a course at any time: if we have to cancel a course we will provide as much notice as possible and will provide a full refund of course fees to all delegates. This does not include the reimbursement of train fares or any other expenses you incur or expect to incur by attending the course.

 
 
 

Contact us at:


Rights of Women,
52-54 Featherstone Street,
London, EC1Y 8RT.
Administration: 020 7251 6575
Email: info@row.org.uk