Costs are made up of our guideline rates which are tailored to suit you, depending on factors such as participant numbers, length of training, notice period given, the trainer’s experience and any special requirements you may have.
We do our best to seek out "best in field" trainers for all the criminal justice topic areas we cover. All our trainers are quality checked through references from organisations they have recently delivered training to, viewing material, comprehensive interview and seeing feedback from previous courses including all courses delivered through Backstop. In addition a Backstop staff member with appropriate background may attend a training course.
The client. Travel is organised by the trainer and the client is invoiced. The venue and accommodation are arranged by the client.
It depends on the course but generally between 12-15 attendees.
Please contact Andrew, Backstop’s Training Coordinator. He will then put you in touch with the relevant trainer to discuss your needs. Call on 020 8785 9912 or email.
Yes. An example copy is also available on request.
Not at the moment. We are currently only providing training and consultancy in-house to YOTs, consortia or other multi-agency groups.
If you can demonstrate that you have best-in-field knowledge and expertise in training related to a criminal justice field please get in touch with Naomi.
If you have any questions on Backstop training, courses or related areas, please do not hesitate to contact Andrew on 020 8785 9912.
Develop a close relationship with Backstop and you can expect to be invited to regular events combining practical professional information and fun. This is Dr Tim Bateman from the University of Bedfordshire talking on the Future of Youth Justice at our Summer 2010 event (followed by drinks and tasty buffet!)