Courses

Our courses are delivered by recognised experts in forensic examination, trauma and aftercare, sexual health, policing and criminal law. We use case studies and interactive sessions to encourage participants to share the benefits of their experience and to learn from each other. Group discounts are available.

Following recommendations by the Faculty of Forensic & Legal Medicine (FFLM), we are amending the format of our courses.

For more information about the courses, or to discuss bespoke training for you and your organisation, please email kch-tr.havenseducation@nhs.net. To attend any of the courses, please download and complete The Havens education course booking form (pdf) and:

  • email to kch-tr.havenseducation@nhs.net; or
  • post it to: Training and Stakeholder Engagement Team, The Havens, King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Denmark Hill, London, SE5 9RS.

If you would like us to keep you up to date with developments connected to sexual assault referral centres (SARCs) and forensic examination, join our mailing list by emailing kch-tr.havenseducation@nhs.net

We are currently holding our courses via Microsoft Teams due to COVID-19 but hope to hold future courses in person.


Upcoming courses

The Havens Introductory Training Course in Sexual Offences Medicine

Please ensure you have read the information regarding the course before booking, as the length of some courses may be determined by your job role.

  • Monday 7 to Friday 11 February (FME session for non-FME colleagues on Wednesday 23 February PM)
  • Monday 13 to Friday 17 June (FME session for non-FME colleagues on Wednesday 22 June PM)
  • Monday 26 to Friday 30 September (FME session for non-FME colleagues on Wednesday 5 October PM)

We are currently running this course online via Microsoft Teams over five days, with additional Courtroom Confidence training (included in delegate fees). 


Courtroom Confidence

  • Dates to be confirmed.

We are running this course online via MS Teams until further notice. This training is included as part of The Havens Introductory Training Course in Sexual Offences Medicine, but can also be booked separately.


Paediatric Complex Cases Course

  • Thursday 25 and Friday 26 May