Courses at London Stansted Training Academy
The qualifications are designed for staff and volunteers working in statutory
and not for profit agencies, who work directly with and provide support to
victims, survivors and witnesses within the community and social justice sector.
This qualification is for practitioners who are part of the wider workforce who are likely to come into contact with survivors of domestic violence. This can include for example those working within education, health, police and social care professions who are likely to come into direct contact with members of the general public.
This qualification is for core practitioners who support survivors of domestic violence. This can include frontline staff.
This qualification is for staff and volunteers in statutory and not for profit agencies who work directly with and provide support to victims, survivors and witnesses.
This qualification is for core practitioners already working in the sector wishing to improve their prospects for future promotions. This qualification could open up opportunities for progression from a frontline role to a more senior position.
This qualification is for staff already in a senior role who is looking to take on more supervisory and management responsibilities.
This qualification enables probation service officers to demonstrate they are competent within their role and will usually be completed within 12 months of appointment. It also provides probation service officers with a pathway to become Probation Officers and also
attain the Level 5 Diploma in Probation Practice.