Explore our upcoming webinars for learning and capacity-building opportunities.
Although domestic violence effects every employer, organizations often struggle to understand their responsibilities and how they can help impacted employees.
Join WomanACT and Littler for a discussion around legal requirements as well as creative solutions employers can take to address domestic violence in both the physical and remote workplace.
Explore our past webinars for learning and capacity-building opportunities.
The webinar explores the use of technology to facilitate counselling in the anti-violence against women sector with a look at three different platforms. The webinar was designed and delivered by the VAW Counselling Network.
The webinar discusses ethical and safety considerations for virtual counselling and for violence against women counselling specifically. The webinar was designed and delivered by the VAW Counselling Network.
The webinar explores considerations and practical strategies when switching from in-person to online counselling for individuals, groups and families. The webinar was designed and delivered by the VAW Counselling Network.
The webinar provides an overview of the City of Toronto housing programs, including the Canada Ontario Housing Benefit and the Housing Allowance Program. The webinar was designed and delivered by the City of Toronto SSHA and the THSP Network.
The webinar provides an overview of the City of Toronto’s Housing Stabilization Fund and the Eviction Prevention Program. The webinar was designed and delivered by the City of Toronto SSHA and the THSP Network.
Explore our self-paced online learning modules and courses.
Designed for teachers and early childhood educators in Ontario, the training looks at children’s exposure to domestic violence and how educators can make a difference in the lives of such students.
Designed for those who facilitate groups, the self-paced learning explores how people experience violence differently and how to maintain group goals without compromising the needs of individual survivors.
Designed for legal service providers, the training is designed to help legal professionals communicate more effectively through interpreters when working with clients who are not proficient in English.
Designed for dental hygienists, the self-directed training explores identifying and responding to gender-based violence, including organizational strategies for addressing it.
The self-directed training introduces workers to the criminal law issues faced by survivors. The modules explores Canada’s two court systems, common charges, basic language, role of the advocate, making a statement, etc.
The self-directed training is designed for people providing direct service to women with disabilities and women who are Deaf who have experienced physical or sexual violence, or criminal harassment.
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