Subsidies for SafeLives training

SafeLives supporter: Skye BinningTo date, SafeLives has trained over 2000 Idvas. We want to keep training you so you can offer the best possible response to victims of domestic abuse.

As a charity we know how difficult it can be finding budget for training. Which is why we - and our valued supporters - have been working hard to establish funding relationships that can help those of you working for smaller organisations continue your professional development.

It's as a result of these efforts we are thrilled to annouce a range of reduced fee places for learners wishing to train with us this autumn.

 

Training subsidies

*These bursaries have been made possible thanks to generous donations from the Queen Anne’s Gate Foundation

As a way of thanking Skye and Cosmo we are asking that learners who take up a reduced fee place submit a short video describing what they have learned which we will share on the SafeLives website and our social media.

These prices are all for registered charities with an annual income of less than £1m. There are a limited number of reduced fee spaces and these will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Learners who are allocated a reduced fee place MUST complete the course. If the applicant doesn't complete, the full fee will need to be charged. 

 

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