Welsh Women’s Aid (WWA) National Training Centre provides a range of training courses for preventing and tackling all aspects of Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence (VAWDASV).
Our courses are designed and run by our own expert team, as well as working collaboratively through the National Training Service; an unique national partnership of specialist services delivering Wales-based training, learning and development.
Our training is survivor- focused and reflects the Welsh context of the VAWDASV sector. WWA National Training Centre provides professionals with the skills needed to recognise and respond to domestic abuse, sexual violence and other forms of violence against women, as well as supporting those working in specialist roles.
We are the contracted national provider to deliver the ‘Train the Trainer’ programme that supports the Welsh Government’s “Ask & Act” policy framework. WWA is an Agored Cymru accredited centre.
Visit our training page to find out more about training opportunities including CPD accredited and non-accredited courses, National accredited qualification and bespoke packages.
For further information about Welsh Women’s Aid National Training Service courses and costs please email: [email protected]
or contact the training team on: 01286882733 or 02920541551.
A disappointing & shortsighted decision. 1 in 3 women experience violence or sexual abuse in their lifetime – in Wales, that equates to around 530,441 women. Domestic homicide reviews can reveal where opportunities for support could have been offered. bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-…