Putting an end to stalking

Short courses for professionals working with young people

For several years we have been delivering SAfEE (‘Stalking Awareness for Education Environments’), a suite of CPD-accredited training courses developed in association with In association with St Mary’s University, Twickenham, designed for professionals working with young people in a variety of education environments.

The SAfEE package included one- and two-day courses suitable for learners aspiring to work in campaigning and charity work around stalking, sexual violence and domestic abuse prevention, or who hope to secure positions working with young people or within the support service sector. 

The most popular SAfEE course, however, proved to be the 3-hour on-line training course in Stalking, Coercive Control and Domestic Abuse. Learners hear about what stalking is and how it can impact lives by listening to Alice’s story. The session then covers the vital steps they need to follow to help those who are being stalked. After the course, participants have access to a number of useful resources and links to professional support services.

The Alice Ruggles Trust now plans to continue running the 3-hour short course independently. Please watch this space for further information, coming shortly.