Building Capacities is our training programme.
We aim to raise awareness and provide information to frontline professionals across criminal justice, Police, social services, education, housing, VCS, and other sectors.
We offer training on
Violence against women and girls including harmful practices and domestic violence
Human rights and violence against women and girls
Legal advice covering specialist and dedicated areas support BME women experiencing domestic violence
Safeguarding and child protection
We can develop and deliver bespoke training to meet your organisation’s needs.
All of our trainers are OCN Training for Trainers accredited.
Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org to request further information or speak to us about your training needs.
Partnership Training Delivery
In 2017-2018 the training programme commissioned through London Borough of Newham consists of a course on Domestic Violence and Young People.
This course will
Provide you with the confidence to ask young people about their relationships
Improve your knowledge of how to respond to disclosures of abuse;
Develop your knowledge and understanding of the services available to help teenagers in abusive intimate relationships
Enhance your understanding of what defines relationship or domestic abuse and more specifically, what is deemed ‘high risk' abuse
Help you to understand how adolescents may be vulnerable as a result of their life stage
Provide you with the opportunity to share experience and best practice with other professionals.
The course dates are
16 October 2017 from 9.30 to 5.30
7 November 2017 9.30 to 4.30.
5 February 2018 9:30 to 4:30
You can register online at
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If you are interested in our training programmes or would like to discuss your organisation’s training needs, please contact us.
London Black Women’s Project
661 Barking Road | Plaistow | London | E13 9EX
T: 020 8472 0528