Initial and introductory training sessions are for businesses to raise awareness of domestic abuse and workplace issues, thus offering those who experience gender-based violence, a safer, more supportive and better response in their workplace.
The training is coordinated by Bristol Zero Tolerance and is delivered by a pool of experts in the field aimed at businesses to enable them to help and support any employees experiencing gender-based violence in a safe and effective way.
The training gives further knowledge of the effects of domestic abuse on victims and how that can impact on their work. It will also give guidance on developing appropriate policies and procedures and implementing them effectively.
The training can be tailored to the needs of your business and can be incorporated in to staff training days or meetings as appropriate. Please contact us to discuss the best way to deliver it for your organisation.
This training is aimed at all staff to raise awareness of these important issues, but particularly:
How to book: If you would like to book this FREE training for your workplace then please contact Charlotte Gage at Bristol Zero Tolerance for further information – email@example.com 0117 916 6553
Further in-depth training is available from Women’s Aid for those identified as Workplace Champions:
½ day FREE Workplace Champions training course – 4th April or 2nd May 2017
This half day free training course has been developed by Women’s Aid working in partnership with Bristol City Council, Pubic Health and Bristol Zero Tolerance.
The in-depth training follows on from any initial and introductory training sessions for businesses and is aimed at Workplace Champions to further raise awareness of domestic abuse and workplace issues, thus offering those who experience domestic abuse at home, a safer, more supportive and better response in their workplace.
Those who register will be offered free staff training, access to a toolkit and draft workplace template policies and procedures.
The training will be delivered by an expert in the field and is aimed at businesses to enable them to help and support any employees experiencing domestic abuse at home in a safe and effective way.
The training will give further knowledge of the effects of domestic abuse on victims and how that can impact on their work.
It will also give guidance on developing appropriate policies and procedures and implementing them effectively.
This training is aimed at:
When: Tuesday 4th April 2017 or Tuesday 2nd May 2017 1pm – 4.30pm
Where: The training will be held at Brunswick Court, Brunswick Square, Bristol BS2 8PE
How to book: If you would like to attend this FREE training then please email Angela Lecomber firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place
Trainees will also have access to an online toolkit after attending the training days.
Bespoke training is also available.