SRP Workshop, Canterbury, UK, 22-23 June 2020
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Presented with the support of the Centre of Research and Education in Forensic Psychology (CORE-FP) at the University of Kent, Canterbury, this intensive two-day workshop will provide participants with accredited training in the administration and scoring of the Stalking Risk Profile: Guidelines for the assessment and management of stalkers (SRP). The SRP is a structured professional judgement tool specific to risk assessment of stalkers, which has become the instrument of choice throughout Europe. It has been developed by a group of internationally recognised experts in the field who combine their research interest in stalking with extensive clinical practice with both stalkers and stalking victims. Participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the various motivations for stalking behaviour, the different types of risk present in stalking situations, and how to identify and implement appropriate management strategies. They will be trained in the administration of the SRP and in how it can be used to provide advice regarding sentencing options, treatment needs, and suitability for treatment. The widespread nature of stalking and stalking victimisation makes this, the first comprehensive stalking risk assessment tool, an extremely useful addition to any clinician’s or risk assessor’s library.
Places are reserved only on receipt of payment of the registration fee. Please use the link at the bottom of the page to pay (please note that payment will only be accepted in Australian dollars [AUD$]). If your service is paying for your attendance, we recommend that, in order to secure a place, you make the payment and then claim reimbursement from your service.
The registration fee includes a file of workshop materials, lunch and all-day refreshments on both workshop days. It also entitles those who complete the workshop to exclusive membership to the Stalking Risk Profile website which provides access to a network of professionals with an interest in stalking who have been trained in the SRP. Membership also offers secure ongoing support for difficult cases, additional training exercises and information regarding current international research projects.
Registration without purchase of SRP AUD$1145(approximately £595 depending on exchange rate)
Registration with pre-purchase of SRP (see instructions below) AUD$1285 (approximately £670 depending on exchange rate)
Please note that VAT does not apply as StalkInc. is not a British company.
Discounts apply for group bookings of five or more delegates, who will receive a 10% discount (a per delegate price of AUD$1030; approx. £535 depending on exchange rate). If you would like to register multiple delegates, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for an invoice payment.
To pre-purchase a copy of the SRP
Copies of the Stalking Risk Profile can be pre-purchased for $140 (approximately £75; a 25% discount on retail price) and picked up at the workshop. If you would like to pre-purchase a copy of the SRP, please add the workshop registration cost to your shopping cart by clicking the 'Add to cart' button below and selecting 'Continue Shopping' in the pop-up window. Then click here to additionally purchase a manual that can be picked-up at the workshop.
Cancellations of workshop registration must be advised three weeks prior to commencement of the workshop; there is a £85 cancellation fee per registration. After that date, refunds will only be issued in exceptional circumstances, but substitute delegates will be accepted. For group bookings, cancellations are subject to the terms of the contract.
Time and Venue
9.00am to 5.00pm, 22nd and 23rd June 2020
Darwin College Conference Suite 3, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NF. Please click here for a map to the venue. The conference suites are to the right after entering via the building's main entrance.
The University of Kent, Canterbury, is a short bus or taxi ride, or a 25-30 minute walk (up a hill), from the Canterbury West Railway Station. A map and directions to the campus from town can be found here.
Canterbury can be easily accessed from London via high speed rail from St Pancras, or by road. It is only a short train ride from the Eurostar terminal at Ashford, making it easily accessible from Brussels, Rotterdam, Amsterdam and Paris. Detailed directions for getting to Canterbury can be found here, in addition to on-campus car parking costs and details.
Canterbury and surrounds
Canterbury is a medieval city that retains many of its original buildings, not least the UNESCO listed Canterbury Cathedral and surrounds. There are many hotels, bed and breakfasts, and AirBNB options for accommodation in the town and we suggest using a site such as TripAdvisor or Trivago to find the best deal on a hotel close by. Information about Canterbury and accommodation options can be found here.