Part of our mission is to challenge attitudes surrounding domestic abuse and educate the community around us. We firmly believe that through training and preventative education, together we can work towards achieving our vision of a society free from domestic abuse.
Using direct experience from our work, we passionately deliver training to a range of people across the community, including statutory services, other voluntary organisations, healthcare services, religious organisations and a range of private sector businesses. We strive to reach people from all walks of life with the aim of providing accessible domestic abuse education in an engaging and informative way.
If you’re interested in domestic abuse awareness training, get in touch with our Training Project Manager rebecca.grounds@Belfastwomensaid.org.uk.
When? Thursday 20th January, 10am to 12.30pm.
Where? Via Zoom
Cost? FREE to attend. More information is included below.
Belfast & Lisburn Women’s Aid training sessions for Church/faith leaders
When? February & March 2022
Where? Via Zoom or in-person (dependent on Covid-19 restrictions and personal preference)
More info can be found on the poster below
We are passionate about making genuine change by investing in our children and young people; we believe that early intervention in the form of preventative education is one factor in challenging the status quo that perpetuates domestic abuse against women.
Our Children & Young People team frequently deliver workshops and programmes to primary and secondary age children across Belfast and Lisburn in a bid to promote healthy relationships and emotional personal wellbeing, taking a trauma-informed approach.
If you work in education and would like to discuss opportunities for our team to work with your students, get in touch with our Children’s Services Co-Ordinator by emailing admin@Belfastwomensaid.org.uk FAO Harriet Long.