ARCH training is informed by our 22 years of frontline experience and the content is continually reviewed and shaped to ensure that it meets the needs of its audience.
Our training is certified by the Certified Professional Development (CPD) certification service and delivered by members of our experienced team who have experience of working with sexual violence victim/survivors and who also hold a training accreditation.
The training is appropriate for a range of professionals including but not limited to
• Health practitioners
• Social workers
• Outreach & project workers
• Housing advisors
• YOS workers
• Mental health practitioners.
The full list of current courses can be accessed by downloading our 2019/20 training programme below.
If you have any specific training needs that you do not see covered by the programme, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01642 822335 as we still may be able to help.
Rape Crisis England and Wales (RCEW) is the National Umbrella organisation for specialist rape crisis centres. The National Service Standards (NSS) are provide a quality assurance framework that enables services to demonstrate how their services are provided within professional frameworks that prioritise safety, governance, empowerment and continuous improvement.
BACP Accreditation recognises the achievement of high standards of knowledge, experience and development in counselling and psychotherapy.