For students:

We are hosting a free OCN level 2 accredited course in Peer Mentoring & Facilitation which will be facilitated by the drama and arts based domestic abuse charity, Tender. 
 
It is a unique training programme for young people who wish to learn about domestic abuse and sexual violence and develop the skills to support other young people. This three-day course provides a special insight into how Tender engages young people, using the arts to teach about relationships, boundaries, and the support available to young people. 
Young people who complete the course will have the opportunity to apply to take part in Tender’s Youth Facilitator programme. 
 
It is free to students at Queen Mary and will run over three days in the Student’s Union on the 30th, 31st Jan & 1st Feb 2023 between 10am - 5pm. 
 
For more information please see the links below.
To apply for the course please access the application form below and email to jessica@tender.org.uk by 6pm on the 25th January.

If you have any further questions please email Christina Govier, c.govier@qmul.ac.uk

Tender OCN Course Brief.docx 861.18 KB
OCN Peer Mentoring and Facilitation Application Form.docx 46.4 KB



For staff:

Monday 13th February 2023
  • Responding to disclosures of sexual violence training
    Join us to learn about best practice on responding to a disclosure of sexual violence from a student.
    Microsoft Teams, 10:30 - 12:30pm. Please register for this event. 

To date we have run training on:
  • Sexual Violence Support Awareness and Responding to disclosures of sexual violence
  • Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) First Aid
  • Hate Crime Awareness, in partnership with the local authority
  • Domestic Abuse Awareness, in partnership with the local authority
  • Harmful Practices Awareness (Forced Marriage, So called 'Honour' based violence and FGM), in partnership with the local authority
If you would like information about booking a space, please email  reportandsupport@qmul.ac.uk 

Queen Mary’s Professional Development team have developed Queen Mary Bystander, available in a new, more accessible e-learning format which you can now find on QMplus.  This e-learning will introduce you to the ideas and tools, then let you try out a number of scenarios where you can test them out and see where they might lead.
 
Building on the e-learning, there is also a workshop to explore some more complex scenarios and discuss them with small groups.  To book a place, first complete the e-learning and then search on the CPD booking system for course code PD230b (please note your place may be cancelled if you book before completing the e-learning). 



If you would like to suggest additional training options not listed here, please contact reportandsupport@qmul.ac.uk so that we can consider this or help put you in contact with suitable organisations who run training. 

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