Booking for NVR Certificate Training
Foundation Level – 4 days training
(to include 12 hours of group supervision)
£660 + VAT = £792
Foundation Level only – 4 days training
(no supervision included)
£500 + VAT = £600
21, 22, 23 June 2022 (Days 1, 2 and 3)
15 September 2022 (Day 4)
9am for 9.30am start.
1 hour lunch break
Online via Zoom
Who should attend?
Training is open to practitioners in CAMHS, mental health, social care, education, youth justice and the independent sector.
The NVR Certificate Course
FOUNDATION LEVEL (All days via Zoom)
HELD IN CONJUCTION WITH THE INSTITUTE OF FAMILY THERAPY (IFT)*
*Open to all not just IFT Members
Please fill in this application form as fully as possible to ensure you meet the eligibility criteria outlined to attend this training.
Click and read to find out if you're eligible before applying
Foundation Level – NVR Association (NVRA) Practice Level 1
This course is tailored to professionals working in local authorities, health, education, social care, and voluntary sector organisations who are interested in supporting individual families who are experiencing Child to Parent Violence and Abuse (CPVA) using the Non Violent resistance approach.
Participants who have attended all four days of the Foundation Level Training will receive an Attendance Confirmation.
Advanced Level – NVR Association (NVRA) Level 2*
*Participation in Advanced Level Training Module AND completing the NVR Association (NVRA) Level qualification by acquiring the PartnershipProjects Certificate in Advanced NVR Practice.
In order to be eligible for the Advanced Level training, you must have completed the PartnershipProjects Foundation Level course or equivalent Level 1 training with a different provider, within the previous 2 years. You will be asked to provide evidence of this by sending in your Foundation Level attendance confirmation. We recommend a gap of 6-12 months between the Foundation and Advanced Levels in order to consolidate practice.
Only practitioners with relevant qualifications and experience and who are registered with a professional body such as: HCPC, UKCP, BACP, NMC or GMC will be admitted to Advanced Level training. Individuals wishing to undertake advanced training who do not hold the relevant professional registration should apply by submitting a covering letter outlining their experience of working with children / young people and their families along with their application. These practitioners will typically be family support workers, behaviour support practitioners or youth workers with experience of working in statutory or independent sector organisations.
Participants who have attended all six days of the Advanced Level Training will receive an Attendance Confirmation.