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Qualifications for Professionals Working in the Sexual Violence Sector

Independent Sexual Violence (ISVA) Practitioner Training

 

If your organisation is involved in the sexual violence sector, working with clients who require support after experiencing rape or sexual violence, we can help you to equip staff and volunteers through our ISVA Practitioner Training.

Level 4 Diploma in ISVA Practitioner Training

 

Available at Diploma level, this qualification is designed to:

  • Accredit individuals who already work as an ISVA in the rape and sexual violence sector
  • Encourage individuals to engage in learning and develop their knowledge and understanding of the ISVA practitioner role and improve their skills
  • Consider the effects on wellbeing of those working with sexual violence
  • Provide support for all adults, children, young people and families affected by sexual violence
  • Carry out a risk assessment and safety planning when working with survivors of sexual violence
  • Support survivors of sexual violence through the Criminal Justice System or to seek Civil redress
  • Present a person-centred approach to supporting all survivors of rape and sexual violence.

The minimum age for access to these qualifications is 18 years.

Working in the Sexual Violence Sector

We have a suite of other qualifications for professionals working in the Sexual Violence Sector and Advocacy for Working with Survivors of Sexual Violence including:

  • Open College Network West Midlands Level 2 Award for Professionals Working in the Sexual Violence Sector - 601/6285/5
  • Open College Network West Midlands Level 2 Certificate for Professionals Working in the Sexual Violence Sector - 601/6512/1
  • Open College Network West Midlands Level 3 Award for Professionals Working in the Sexual Violence Sector – 601/6148/6
  • Open College Network West Midlands Level 3 Certificate for Professionals Working in the Sexual Violence Sector - 601/6510/8
  • Open College Network West Midlands Level 3 Award in Advocacy for Working with Survivors of Sexual Violence - 603/1052/2.

Discover all qualifications in this suite here

Benefits

The benefits of this qualification for your learners include:

  • It will give the learner the opportunity to seek employment as an Independent Sexual Violence Adviser (ISVA) within the rape and sexual abuse sector upon successful completion
  • It will also provide ISVAs, currently working within this sector, with recognition as a trained professional.

Delivering these qualifications in your Centre

 

For more information regarding any of these qualifications, please get in touch by either:


Already one of our approved accredited centres?

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