If you would like training tailored to your organisation or institution then we have an expert and qualified team at WWA to meet your needs. We have experience of developing and delivering bespoke training on topics ranging from workplace policies to more specialist issues. We conduct a needs analysis and develop a course in collaboration with you to ensure that you get the best and most relevant training.
Please contact us directly to discuss your individual requirements.
In conjunction with our National Training Service we can offer specialist trainings in topics including working with the LGBT+ community, children and young people, and mental health awareness. We also work with associate trainers to ensure that these sessions are up-to-date and expert-led.
National Training Service
We have a National Training Partnership of specialist agencies delivering training and ensuring that we are offering the best expertise and experience on violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence.
For more information please get in touch here.
Ask and Act
WWA has been contracted by the Welsh Government to train the trainers to deliver the Ask and Act programme for Group 2 and 3 of the National Training Framework.
The Violence against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence (Wales) Act 2015 ushered in significant changes. Ask and Act is one part of the new statutory obligations under the new Act.
What is Ask and Act?
National targeted enquiry across Public Authorities in Wales for violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence
- Organisational duty to encourage relevant professionals to “Ask” potential victims in certain circumstances (targeted enquiry); and
- to “Act” so that harm as a result of the violence and abuse is reduced
Two early adopter sites – Gwent & ABMU Health Board – to shape national roll-out
- Involves communications, training, policy development, info sharing, referral pathways to specialist services, data collection & review
Accredited training to be developed and ‘train the trainer’ (TTT) model delivered to cascade to Groups 2 & 3 professionals
- forms part of Welsh Government National Training Framework for violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence
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Who are the team?
We have an expert team of trainers with experiences of training in a number of different areas.
- Head of training and survivor participation: Mwenya Chimba
- Training and events administrator: Lisa Pezzack
- VAWDASV Trainers: Hefina Griffith & Deb Critchley
- CYP programmes officer/trainer: Alice Lilley
Contact the team at: [email protected]
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