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Women’s Aid trains organisations and individuals in the statutory sector, the community and voluntary sector and corporate bodies to enhance and improve responses to victims/survivors of domestic violence and abuse.  Through our training, key staff and allies can make a significant difference to women and children subjected to domestic abuse by reducing isolation, lessening risks and increasing safety.


Women’s Aid Training Options

All Women’s Aid training is informed and guided by our decades of experience of direct work supporting women and an evidence-based practice approach.

Support for employers

Women’s Aid’s Employment Engagement Project supports employers to create an understanding and safe workplace environment for victims/survivors of domestic abuse. Learn more.

Training for my team/organisation

Women’s Aid training provides professionals from the community & voluntary, statutory and other agencies with an opportunity to learn more how their response contributes to service users journeys to safety and well-being.  Learn more.

Training for individuals

Are you a professional working at an community, voluntary, statutory or other agency, and want to learn more about how to support service users subjected to domestic abuse?  If this sounds like you, explore our online training events where you can book a place today.

Maternity Project

Women’s Aid and four of Ireland’s leading maternity hospitals are working together to support women subjected to domestic violence and abuse, including coercive control, with a three-year pilot programme.

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Our Training team

Women’s Aid Training and Development Department has a proven track record of designing and delivering specialist domestic violence and abuse training to local and national organisations throughout Ireland.

Our training team brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and expertise and engage with a wide range of audiences including healthcare professionals, social workers, community workers, employers, lawyers, family support workers, Gardaí, domestic abuse support workers and employers.

Meet our team

Statutory Domestic Violence Leave Supports for Employers

Statutory Domestic Violence Leave commenced on Monday 27th November 2023.  Women’s Aid, contracted by the Department of Children, Equality, Integration, Disability and Youth, has produced free resources for employers to support the implementation of statutory domestic violence leave.


Get in touch

If you have any questions about Women’s Aid training not covered in the previous sections, please email