Covid-19 Statement

Yellow Door is here for you. All our services continue to operate at whatever stage of national or local covid-19 restrictions. However, some services will be delivered remotely and/or may be adapted to meet your needs & preferences while still being covid-secure.

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We consistently receive positive feedback on our training courses for professionals, communities and groups on domestic and sexual abuse, and related topics. We can provide comprehensive, tailored training to those wanting to gain more knowledge in this area.

We have a variety of training packages available and are also able to write bespoke packages based on your needs.

Our courses are trauma-informed and use (where appropriate) nationally accredited materials. Yellow Door has accreditation with the CPD certification service.

We also have a local focus with direct and extensive experience of local issues, experiences, services/agencies and procedures such as safeguarding. 

All our courses are quality-assured and evaluated – with exceptionally high satisfaction rates from participants and clearly identified outcomes. 

Workforce Development

We can provide professional bespoke advice, support, consultation to employers and organisations across all sectors. For example, we can help to develop workplace policies, establish best practice and procedures or deliver training to improve your organisations responses to those affected by or at risk of domestic or sexual abuse. We find that more employers are keen to ensure the welfare of their staff includes issues relating to domestic or sexual abuse.

Please contact us if you would like to talk about more about this.

Get in touch for information about our training on:

  • Domestic Abuse and its impacts; recognising the signs of abuse and making referrals
  • Sexual Abuse and Disclosure Training
  • Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Training
  • Forced Marriage/ Honour Based Abuse/ Dowry Abuse
  • Domestic Abuse and Adults
  • Domestic Abuse and Children
  • Domestic Abuse and Older People (No Age for Abuse)
  • STAR Education Prevention Sessions
  • Young People with Gender Dysphoria
“The Diversity & Inclusion Advocacy (DIA) team include staff from BAME backgrounds who speak various South Asian & African languages, therefore delivering training with cultural insight and offering more culturally appropriate support.”
DIA worker

STAR Project training

Our STAR project is also able to deliver sessions to groups of young people or professionals who work with young people on topics such as Consent, Staying Safe Online and Healthy Relationships. 

All training can be half-day or a full day and delegate numbers can be discussed. We can create a training package that both adheres to your budget and addresses your desired learning outcomes.

“STAR has enabled schools and youth initiatives to develop their in-house policies and procedures to address rape and sexual violence more effectively: thus STAR’s impact cascades well beyond the boundaries of the project itself”
Feedback from School Head
Workshops for University Students

Workshops for University Students

We develop and deliver training sessions for students at University covering:

  • Prevention of rape
  • Sexual assault
  • Awareness of consent
  • Healthy relationships
  • Identifying abuse
  • And other related topics.

These workshops are bespoke to the needs identified by faculty or university leads.

Our support and joint work with universities recognises the crucial role they play in proactively ensuring the safeguarding and welfare of students in respect of sexual or domestic abuse, alongside the heightened risks of sexual or domestic abuse in this student age-group and the significant impact on those who experience it.

We offer our specialist expertise in this field to develop and deliver support to universities with excellent feedback from local students and faculty staff we have worked with to date.

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