To register your interest in future Accreditation Modules please contact us at: training@partnershipprojectsuk.com

Cost

£695 + VAT = £834

Dates:

Our next Accreditation Module will run for 10 weeks from Tuesday 28th September.

Timing: 6pm – 9pm 

Note: this module will be held ONLINE. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The PartnershipProjects Accreditation Module

A PartnershipProjects International Training Course

Successful Completion of The PartnershipProjects Accreditation Module (AM) makes NVR Practitioners eligible for Accreditation with The NVR Association (NVRA Level III); the professional body that regulates and accredits NVR practice in the UK. Individuals are then able to use the title ‘NVRA Accredited Practitioner’*. This is the highest level of NVR qualification available in the UK.

The AM will be facilitated by two Accredited Practitioners who have considerable experience of applying NVR with families and in a variety of settings. The module consists of 10 x 3 hour evening seminars that take place weekly online. Each cohort will be made up of no less than 7 and no more than 10 practitioners. In order to join the AM individuals should have already successfully completed the PartnershipProjects Advanced Certificate in NVR Practice (NVRA Level II) which includes the coursework component: see full information here on Evaluation & Certification: https://www.partnershipprojectsuk.com/training-workshops/booking-evaluation-certification/

Each participant is invited to present a piece of their own work to the group that demonstrates their competence in applying the principles of NVR within their setting. Presentations should start with a 5-minute introduction followed with a 30-minute presentation in their specialism on NVR.  Each participant will be allocated a separate week on which to present. We encourage participants to be creative in the way that they present their work and to include video or live interview with families where relevant / possible. The presentation should focus on an area of application that is of special interest to the practitioner.

The presentation will be followed by a reflecting team discussion, the participant (and client if relevant) will be interviewed by the facilitators in front of the group and there will be a final group reflection / discussion in which the whole process should take no more than 3 hours.

At the end of the AM each participant will be required to write a blog post, based on the central theme of their presentation that can be published on the PartnershipProjects website.

To receive their NVR Association (NVRA) accreditation each practitioner must be able to demonstrate that since completing their advanced level training they have completed at least 60 hours of direct client work using the NVR approach and have received 6 hours of NVR Supervision.

* ‘Accredited Practitioner’ status does not include accreditation as an NVR supervisor or NVR trainer (of professionals). 

To lodge your interest in future Accreditation Modules please contact us at:  training@partnershipprojectsuk.com 

 

Who should apply for the Accreditation Module:

Any practitioner who meets the entry requirements and who is interested in deepening their learning and understanding of NVR as an approach through presenting and reflecting on their work and that of their colleagues.

Who should attend?

Any practitioner who meets the entry requirements and who is interested in deepening their learning and understanding of NVR as an approach through presenting and reflecting on their work and that of their colleagues.

Eligibility

The entry level requirement for the PartnershipProjects Non Violent Resistance Association (NVRA) Accreditation course is the successful completion of the PartnershipProjects Certificate in Advanced NVR Practice which includes satisfactory evaluation of coursework. (NVRA – Level II).