Foundations in Violence Against Women
In this self-directed online course, we will provide an overview of violence against women in Canada, including how our society thinks about violence, and how violence against women is a reflection of women’s inequity.
This self-directed online course will increase awareness and understanding of the unique barriers faced by immigrant and refugee women leaving violence and provide practical information and tools about how to best and culturally safely support them.
Reducing Barriers Online Toolkit
This toolkit is designed for those who have taken the in-person Reducing Barriers training. You will find useful resources, though-provoking articles and sample policies & procedures that can help you along as you incorporate learning into practice.
Introduction to Working with Children and Youth Exposed to Violence
This is the first of two courses designed for CWWA counsellors and others supporting children and youth who are exposed to violence in the home. In this course, you will learn how to work from a feminist and from a child-centred prespective.
Supporting Children and Youth Exposed to Violence Against Women
CWWA II teaches how to design and run a CWWA program; how to work with mothers and with other professional service providers; and how to ensure support for CWWA counsellors.
Violence is Preventable
Rooted in BCSTH’s belief in feminist principles, this training provides reasons and ways to talk about violence prevention that are child centered and developmentally appropriate.