“Rights of Women training has enabled me to provide well informed advice & information to empower women to make choices – and has increased my confidence.”
We provide high quality, practical training courses for practitioners working with women on key areas of law affecting women. Our courses cover a range of legal issues including family law, criminal law, immigration and asylum law.
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This free 2-hour online training session will give professionals who are supporting survivors of domestic abuse an overview of the Family Court’s approach to child arrangements order applications when there has been domestic abuse between the parents. It covers:
- An overview of the court process when applications for child arrangements orders are made
- Tools you can use to support women raising domestic abuse in the Family Court.
Who should attend? It is open to all professionals working in London boroughs on violence against women and girls issues from the community, voluntary and statutory sectors including refuge workers, IDVAs, ISVAs, social workers, housing officers, police officers, education professionals and health professionals. It is also open to Commissioners and Local Authority Officers responsible for commissioning violence against women services
This session will run again in the New Year, watch this space!
Feedback from some of our recent sessions:
“Thank you for all the useful training sessions you delivered with RoW – you really have given me the tools to promote and improve the life chances of the survivors I work with”
“The updates have been so helpful in me informing clients of their rights even when told ‘no’ by solicitors – in fact, a client just contacted me to say she now has a solicitor, when initially the doors appeared closed to legal aid”
– Advocacy Manager
“Very impressively presented, managed to make the training accessible, engaging and interesting, brilliantly delivered, thank you!”
– Refuge Support Worker
“Very informative and practical skill based service, which is accessible for the lay person supporting VAWG survivors”
– Housing and Safeguarding Coordinator
– Support Worker (Homelessness)