PartnershipProjects is an accredited training provider registered with The NVR Association (NVRA).
The NVR training provided by PartnershipProjects has been designed for working with individual families. It is not a manualised group work programme. The training does not equip anyone to provide NVR Training to other colleagues or professionals within their organisation or agency. We actively discourage such practice which we feel is both unethical and unprofessional. PartnershipProjects does not provide a ‘train the trainer’ option. All our NVR trainers and facilitators have many years’ experience and hold NVRA Accreditation at both practitioner and supervisor level.
All professionals, regardless of previous experience or other non-NVR qualifications, will be required to have completed our Foundation Level (or equivalent training to NVRA Practice Level I via another organisation) prior to joining our Group Hybrid and/or Advanced Level training (see training map). Please refer to our ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR FULL DETAILS, which can be found on the individual training pages.
As the first UK training provider to offer a comprehensive NVR course, we have the greatest experience & expertise in training professionals in the UK and abroad. The Certificate Course enables participants to develop the core knowledge and skills that are necessary to competently use this intervention for violence, aggression, controlling, destructive and harmful behaviour in the family, school and community. Please see our Training Testimonials.
This training module teaches the delivery of parent groups based on the PartnershipProjects Hybrid Parent Group format. It is open to any practitioner who has completed Foundation Level training with PartnershipProjects, or an equivalent level NVR Training course.
This training develops the skill-base for specific ‘clinical’ supervision in NVR; this is particularly necessary for workforce development, risk management and safe, competent practice: working with issues relating to aggression, violence, destructive behaviour and trauma is especially taxing to the individual frontline practitioner, who requires high-level expert support to prevent burn-out or secondary traumatisation and maintain their emotional well-being.
This module is the highest level we offer and you must have already completed the NVR Certificate Course in order to apply. Successful completion of this course makes you eligible for professional accreditation as by The NVR Association (NVRA), the professional organisation that regulates and accredits NVR practice in the UK .
Find details of NVR related training, workshops and conferences being run by third parties both in the UK and overseas.
For details on all these courses, please contact the organisers who are shown next to each listing.