Women's Aid Federation Northern Ireland

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Women’s Aid  provides a wide range of services to women and children affected by domestic violence throughout Northern Ireland. We offer a safe place to stay in refuges or outreach support for those remaining at home. Children’s physical and emotional needs are met through many types of support from specialist play to group work....more


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Training Programme

Our new training programme for 2005/06 can be downloaded here


New Publication

Crossing Borders: preliminary research on human trafficking in Northern Ireland Download here


Tackling Violence at Home

A new strategy — taking domestic violence seriously..more



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24 Hour Domestic Violence Helpline

The cost of domestic violence

Domestic violence is a crime

Domestic violence is a housing issue

Pregnancy - a time of risk

Information services
Inter-agency work
Preventive work in schools
Regional support services
Training and awareness raising
Working with children
Workplace policy

Womens Aid offers skills development in the nursing career field. While training to become a CNA we'll use a wide range of learning techniques as our aim is to provide you with the highest possible standard of CNA training and enable you to make immediate use of your learning. We want you to leave our cna course with solid practical solutions that you can put into practice. Professional Skills Development workshops are designed to provide women nursing assistants with professional training in effective negotiation, communication and leadership skills, as well as a special opportunity for networking. The primary workshop goal is to produce more women leaders in the Certified Nursing Assistant Program and to help these women achieve their full potential in the top ranks of their profession.

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