Rachel Batten

Rachel specialises in delivering training for young people’s services, in particular conflict resolution, working with challenging behaviour, complex needs, and young people in gangs. She is a qualified teacher and restorative justice practitioner and has project managed youth alternate sector programmes for over ten years.  Rachel has delivered extensive training to services, including, The Home Office, the MET police, prison services, LEAP, MIND …

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Kendelle Bond

Kendelle founded the National Centre for Behaviour Change (formerly Zest Consultancy) in 2003 and has been specialising in behaviour change for over 16 years to date. Kendelle originally trained as a Midwife before moving into Public Health where she has passionately worked to integrate evidence-based practice into behaviour change interventions and practice through her one to one practice, consultancy and …

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Jayne Knights

Jayne has been delivering training in Brighton for 13 years. After qualifying as a social worker and working as an adviser in London, she finally made it to the seaside and has been in Brighton since the mid-80s, doing a variety of benefits-related jobs. Having had such a long immersion in benefits world, she is familiar with just about every …

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