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Training

Tailored training courses for those who work with sex offenders in a range of settings.

For more information on these courses or any other, please contact Sue Kennedy.

Working with Sex Offenders (Prisons)

The aim of this course, available to prison staff, is to raise awareness of sexual offending activity within the prison setting which may present a risk to children or vulnerable adults through mail, telephone, photo and visits contact. Whilst particularly relevant to staff dealing with letters, PIN phones, visits, and SIRS.


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Sex Offender Awareness for faith-based organisations

Following our work on "Defensible Decisions", where We examined the experiences of the faith community in responding to sexual offences, we have developed a new course for those working in faith-based organisations - either in ministry, as staff, or volunteers - to help them reduce the risk of sexual offending.

Effective Support and Appropriate Opportunities to Divert Offenders with Learning Disabilities

This course has been developed in partnership with the Ann Craft Trust helps probation staff working with offenders with learning difficulties and disabilities in the context of current legislation and practice.

Working with Sex Offenders (for Housing Organisations & Care Providers )

TDI offers one and two day standard courses and also works with individual providers to tailor courses to meet their particular requirements. Our standard 1 day course is suitable for front-line staff of any housing or care provider (see below) Our standard 2 day course is aimed particularly at specialist providers (see below)


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