CPD unit: stalking and harassment - FAQs

Who can apply?
What accreditation level is the course?
What are the training requirements?

 

 

Who can apply?

This course is aimed at all frontline practitioners who come into contact with victims of stalking and harassment through their work.

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What accreditation level is the course?

The course will be accredited at level 3 by OCN London which provides you with one CPD credit. To achieve OCN accreditation you must have attended the full course and complete the assessment to the required standard.

Accreditation for this course is not compulsory; you may feel that attendance only is more appropriate for your needs.

About the assessment 
Your work will be assessed and moderated by both an internal and external moderator. If there are circumstances which make it difficult for you to meet a deadline, you will be able to contact the lead trainer or training co-ordinator to discuss this. Extensions are considered on a case by case basis.

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What are the training requirements?

To ensure you get the most from your training, we ask that all applicants:

  • attend the full day of the training
  • understand, speak and write good English in order to understand the training materials and be able to fully participate in classroom exercises and complete assessment

If you have opted for accredited training, you will also need to:

  • complete the compulsory assessment exercises within the timescales agreed
  • use IT skills and have access to a current version of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and the internet (to access the SafeLives online learner centre to submit assessment worksheets online and receive email communications)
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