Learning and Development with Welsh Women’s Aid
What do we offer?
- Our open courses are CPD accredited and cover a range of topics including: Coercive and controlling behaviour, Domestic abuse awareness, Vicarious trauma, and Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence (VAWDASV). A selection of our courses are available as e-learning and are aimed at professionals across Wales.
- Our bespoke training packages can be adapted to suit the needs of your organisation and will be engaging, challenging and relevant to your area of practice.
- Our specialist sector training provides the skills, knowledge and qualifications required to carry out specialist roles in the VAWDASV sector such as working with children and young people, S.T.A.R group programme facilitation and award and certificate courses.
Our courses are accredited by CPD, Agored Cymru and NOCN.
Upcoming Open Training
- Click here for more information about our current and upcoming training.
For more details about our training courses, please click on the ‘Courses’ button below, download our 2023/2024 Training Brochure, email [email protected], or contact the training team on 01286 882733 or 02920 541551.
If you’re a community member looking for what you can do to help end Violence against women and girls in your communities, why not look at our Ask Me course.
Course was very informative and interactive, which for me improves learning.Offender Management Training to South Wales Police Course taken: Tailor-made Training
Better understanding of multi agency help available.South Wales Police Course taken: Tailor-made Training
Provided clear and concise information on how to recognise and support a DV victim.Course taken: Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness (VAWDASV)
Comprehensive interactive, approachable and knowledgeable.Course taken: Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness (VAWDASV)
Informative, well delivered - a sometimes difficult subject area was well presented.Course taken: Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness (VAWDASV)