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WILDE International Network’s Training

Marcia Gordon with ambassador

We pride ourselves in being the leading specialist training provider for awareness raising and preventing domestic abuse and harmful cultural practices in BME communities. We provide training in empowerment, health and wellbeing and the CPD-accredited gender abuse training.

If you work with victims or survivors, if you are an employer and want to spread good practice and support your staff, our trainers and facilitators are experts who will equip you with the tools to understand and respond effectively to domestic abuse.

Bespoke

Our creative and training expertise spans a variety of learning and self-development activities. We design, co-ordinate and manage exclusive WILDE projects and can adapt our unique training to existing organisations’ activities. We cater for individual training needs of organisations and deliver tailor-made packages to suit a variety of learning requirements.

Our training is interactive, engaging, challenging and relevant to your area of practice.

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CourseCourse Info
Free Me - Community AwarenessOne-day awareness-raising introduction to domestic abuse
Free Me to Be Me Domestic Abuse / Gender-Based Violence Ambassador TrainingCPD-accredited 12-week course over 3 months
Train the Trainer - Level 1Three-day training course enabling participants to carry out basic DA training
Why Women StayOne-day training about the complexities of why women stay in abusive relationships
Discipline in the African/Caribbean HomeTwo-day training looking at what the law says, what safeguarding says and how culture influences
Inspire a Girl Big up a BoyTwo-day training following a growing awareness of teenage relationship abuse, with teenage girls now considered to be the group at greatest risk from violent relationships
To InspireOne-day intergenerational workshops, where pre-teens, teenagers and young adults inspire the elderly via games, music and quizzes
Women & Wealth Master ClassIntroducing women to money management & investments
Women Micro-Business & Entrepreneurial MarketplaceAn annual event that rolls out BME women leaders & entrepreneurs
Awesome WomenInternational Women’s Day event
JustWriteCreative writing workshops for beginners and seasoned writers of fiction, poetry & children stories
Pen to ShelfCreative writing workshops for writers aiming for publication
First Lady LunchMonthly meet-up event for women to share ideas over snacks & juice, with guest empowerment speaker
Black Women HealMonthly healthy living forum & workshops for BME women
Young WILDEYoung girls empowerment events & workshops
Spa with MeAs-and-when link-up in spas across the city
That Time of YearChristmas fun and fundraising for our international projects
Esther training group

WIN has carried out training for CCGs, schools, West London University, embassies, high commissions and social services.

All our Domestic Abuse Awareness courses and our CPD (Continuing Professional Development) course are delivered by our highly trained team of specialist trainers and ambassadors who work with BME women and girls. Once the course is completed you will receive a CPD certificate for the FREE ME Domestic Abuse training and a certificate of attendance for all other training.

Research

WIN is researching the effects of child sexual abuse and its impact on the health of BME women in later life. This research will inform all our work.

Trainers

Rasheda Malcolm - Margaret Nyuydzewira - Tafia Byfield - Philomena Azu - Angela Harvey - Sareena Al Noor - Sam Lord - Najjah Edwards - Marcia Gordon - Ruhena Aktar - Deidre Morrison - Marion Kandake Makonnen - Tehmina Zaman

Testimonial

After taking the foundation Free Me Domestic Abuse Ambassador training, I had a greater understanding of my own situation of going through domestic abuse in silence. I had spent years thinking I was stupid, that I was alone, now I know there's thousands of women and girls out there going through what I did. I want to help change this world so that women and girls can feel safe in their homes and in this world.

- J. Samuel