Training and Professional Development
Our training is informed by our unique model of practice and expertise in working with young women affected by 'gangs' and county lines.
Our training is informed by current and former service users, who may facilitate training if they wish, as part of a paid contract with Abianda.
Having young women who have been affected by gangs or county lines influence training content and delivery ensures that professionals from a wide range of sectors and specialisms understand the realities of young women’s lives and experiences.
Our next Core Module training session open to individuals is 9.30am Tuesday 8 November. Sign up here.
To start, everyone completes our 3-hour introductory module "An Introduction to Working with Young Women and Girls Affected by County Lines".
Commissioners may then select additional bolt-on 2-hour modules
To find out more, please explore the links given here, or contact us at email@example.com.
1 or 2-day Training is back!
Due to a high number of requests to bring back our 1 and 2-day training, we've created a training timetable in which commissioned group training will go back to in-person!
If you would like to enquire more about either of these options, please fill out the "Get a Free Quote" form below.
"The passion that Jocelyn has when she is presenting is amazing. This training was delivered so clearly and concise. The delivery of the training was engaging with the team and has completely supported my future practice. Would 100% recommend."
"The training was super engaging and informative, I will definitely take this forwards into my role and beyond! I especially like the ethos of Abianda as an organisation and am in awe of the amazing work that you do."
Please follow these links to read impact reports shared with commissioners:
99% of attendees would recommend our training to a colleague.
9 out of 10 - the average training rating
90% of attendees rated our training 9 out of 10
2 out of 3 attendees say they will cascade information to colleagues
1 in 2 attendees say they will make changes to their practice after Abianda training.
We train professionals from a variety of sectors and backgrounds, including social workers, police, healthcare professionals, housing professionals, professionals in third sector organisations, etc.
Over the last two years, we have been commissioned by:
Nottingham City Council’s Children’s Integrated Services
Brighton & Hove Safeguarding Children Partnership
Stoke-on-Trent’s Directorate of Adult Social Care, Health Integration and Wellbeing
Sussex Clinical Commissioning Groups (NHS)
Barking and Dagenham’s Adolescent and Youth Offending Service
Stepping Stones in Luton (a VAWG charity)
Safe Lives (a domestic violence charity)
LimeCulture (the UK’s leading sexual violence training and consultancy organisation) – and many others.
We also engage with professionals through speaking engagements at conferences, university lectures, roundtables, etc., reaching a further 1000 professionals a year.
To find out more about our training, please contact tessa[at]abianda.com