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Do staff in your agency need training on family law/court issues? Unsure what family law issues a woman might have? Want tips on how to improve her safety and experience during the family court process? Due to recent requests we’ve

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  We have just confirmed the dates for our fall trainings on family law support and advocacy for service providers. You have three more opportunities to participate in these trainings in 2014. Please note, these three trainings will be the

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Luke’s Place provides training for service providers who are supporting abused women through the family court in Ontario. We can tailor training to meet the specific needs of an organization or community. Our training team has extensive experience working with

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The deadline for our Barrie training on family law support and advocacy for service providers (April 8, 9, 10) is coming up in less than two weeks. We will accept registrations until Friday, March 14 for this, our first training

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The deadline for our Barrie training on family law support and advocacy for service providers (April 8, 9, 10) is coming up in three short weeks. We will accept registrations until Friday, March 14 for this, our first training of

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2013 was a busy year for Luke’s Place – we ran our fifth and final training of the year in Thunder Bay in November. With 20 participants, it was a vibrant and successful session, a great way to wrap up

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With funding support from Status of Women Canada, Luke’s Place will continue to provide comprehensive, gender-based three-day trainings in a number of communities across Ontario on family law support and advocacy for violence against women service providers. We have run

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Luke’s Place is offering one more training session this year – we will be in Thunder Bay on November 26, 27, and 28. This comprehensive, gender-based training focuses on family law support and advocacy for violence against women service providers.

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With funding support from Status of Women Canada, Luke’s Place is providing a comprehensive, gender-based three-day training in a number of communities across Ontario on family law support and advocacy for violence against women service providers. Our final trainings for

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Last month at our Peterborough training, an enthusiastic group of participants helped Luke’s Place launch our newest teaching tool – a board game! Survivor: Family Court Edition is a fun and engaging way to encourage dialogue and learning about every

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