OUR TRAINING

Project 507 develops bespoke and transformative training for professionals who work with children and young people affected by violence. Our workshops, seminars and courses are designed and delivered by trained and experienced practitioners, with an aim to share Project 507 practice and develop professionals’ understanding of violence and trauma.

Supporting staff who work with young people affected by violence 

Tuesday 16th July 2019

10am – 2pm

Venue: The Psychosynthesis Trust, London Bridge

Aim: To show how to develop a trauma-centered thinking framework within your organisation and/or own practice by exploring how staff can be affected by working with those who victims and/or perpetrators of violence.

Developing the language we use

Tuesday 13th August 2019

10am – 2pm

Venue: The Psychosynthesis Trust, London Bridge

Aim: To explore the political and practical language being used by those working with young people affected by violence.

Understanding the relationship between violence and trauma

Thursday 5th Sept 2019 – Thursday 10th Oct 2019

10am – 2pm

Venue: The Psychosynthesis Trust, London Bridge

Aim: To explore the relationships between trauma and violence during child and adolescent development using a psychoanalytical framework.

Please note: This course takes place every Thursday for six weeks. We will meet at 10am and the course will end at 2pm. You must attend all six sessions to receive a certificate of completion.

Working with young women affected by violence

Thursday 7th Nov 2019 – Thursday 12th Dec 2019

2pm – 6pm

Venue: The Psychosynthesis Trust, London Bridge

Aim: To explore how young women are affected by, experience and react to violence within the youth context.

Please note: This course takes place every Thursday for six weeks. We will meet at 2pm and the course will end at 6pm. You must attend all six sessions to receive a certificate of completion.

Our trainings are for: Prison Staff (including civilian staff), YOT Workers, CRC & Probation Workers, Police Officers, Social Workers, Youth Workers, Detached Street Workers, Community Workers, Key Workers, Psychologists, Teachers, Volunteers, Researchers, Policy-makers.