This one-day training session is suitable for any individual interested in the dynamics and impact of stalking. This open access course will give attendees an introduction to stalking behaviours, the impact and support needs of victims, stalker typologies, and a brief outline of safety planning. 

This informative full-day training course educates delegates on what stalking entails, providing a solid foundation for practitioners working in the Violence Against Women and Girls sector. It is the underpinning step to more advanced courses and suitable for any individual interested in the dynamics and impact of stalking, giving delegates an introduction to stalking behaviours, the impact and support needs of victims, stalker typologies, and a brief outline of safety planning. This course is not designed for professionals who already have significant experience of victim-support, but as an initial insight into this serious and complex crime.  

  

Learning outcomes of the course:  

  • Attendees will be introduced to the variety of stalking behaviours and recognise the complexity of this crime, including the difference between stalking and harassment  
  • You will examine the range of impact of stalking on victims and begin to consider the support they may require 
  • You will consider the different perpetrator typologies and how their motivation, behaviours, and levels of risk vary  
  • You will be introduced to top tips for safety, reporting, and initial steps for victims  
     

This is a full day course, and our open access courses are designed to train delegates from a mixture of organisations, set at a maximum of 16 spaces per course.

 

Upcoming Dates:

TBC

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