Respect training courses provide frontline workers with the skills and knowledge they need to support their service users safely and effectively.
All of our training courses are evidence-based, and have been created and tested by specialist practitioners, with reference to contemporary research and policy. We regularly review and revise the training content and materials to ensure that they remain relevant to frontline workers.
Respect training is offered open-access, we aim to offer all our courses at least once a year.
For delivery of Respect training in-house or to discuss bespoke training, please contact [email protected]
Which course is right for you?
Our training courses are offered on 3 different levels:
- Level 1 – General Awareness training: introductory course, raising awareness on the subject
- Level 2 – Skills-based training: intermediate course, building on prior knowledge and skills on the subject, designed to enhance your understanding and skills
- Level 3 – Advanced skills training: course for experienced frontline workers, designed to give you specialist skills and knowledge on the subject