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"Nola has delivered 2 excellent workshops on trafficking, grooming and sexual exploitation to our final year undergraduate forensic psychology students. Both sessions were received well and our students found them extremely informative and useful. Nola has an empathic, warm and collaborative style which allows her to deliver such sessions in a sensitive and ethical way. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Nola and I already have her booked in for next year!"
Danielle McDermott
Senior Forensic Psychology Lecturer
Leeds Trinity University
"Thank you for such an informative presentation. I have learnt so much from you, we didn't cover enough about asylum seekers and other migrant groups on our course but your session has really opened my eyes. I will definitely use this in my practice and i'm going to look into some volunteering opportunities in this area too."
Leeds Beckett University

Over the last five years, Universities have invited Nola to deliver presentations, seminars and workshops on a range of issues to students on various undergraduate and post graduate courses.


These have included; Teaching, Social Work, Childhood Studies, Youth and Community Work, Global and International Development, Sociology, Psychology and Criminology.   


Nola has over a decade of innovative and cutting edge classroom and facilitation experience and she carefully weaves in practice based knowledge drawn from fifteen years of direct work supporting children and communities.


Nola is also able to share her experience of working within the voluntary sector as part of small grass roots charities, national and global non government organisations.    


Please contact Nola to explore what she can offer students at your university.   


"Nola's training on refugee awareness to prospective students was truly excellent. She discussed a difficult topic with such passion and enthusiasm, enabling the students to see the real life applications of their course interest. Her inspiring work moved everyone in the room; students and staff alike thoroughly enjoyed the session. It was so interesting and it provided a different perspective on the refugee crisis than is often portrayed in the media. The students were given time to reflect on their own experiences as well as the case studies presented by Nola, a skill that is often difficult to develop with students in the classroom. The Criminology and Sociology department at Leeds Trinity University hopes that Nola will come back and update us on her work again in the future."  
Dr Sarah Barnes
  Leeds Trinity University