Training opportunities

Use this page to find out about family violence and sexual violence related trainings available around Auckland as well as trainings provided by WAVES Trust.

WAVES is also able to design trainings or workshops to meet the particular needs of your agency.  Recent trainings have included-

  • family violence and abuse awareness trainings for in-home caregivers
  • family violence awareness for employers
  • family violence screening advice
  • impact of family violence on children (including training for Police)
  • workshops for teachers on recognising and responding to children living with family violence

WAVES also works with other agencies to deliver education opportunities, eg.

  • cultural awareness workshops in collaboration with Auckland Council, Settling In, and Ethnic service providers. 
  • legal education workshops with Waitakere Community Law Service
  • hosting community information sessions for MSD (eg. The Green Paper for Vulnerable Children)
  • contributing to family violence awareness trainings within other organisations

the_WAVE.jpgContact us to discuss training options to meet your particular needs.

Phone WAVES on 09 838 4834  or email administrator@waves.org.nz

Training News

Nov
16
Training
A Pacific family violence training programme for community support workers is being held in Manukau on 23 and 24 November
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Nov
16
Training
The New Zealand Diploma in Child Protection is an advanced level training in child protection and advocacy, designed to develop leaders and 'go-to' child protection resources within organisations and communities. Delivered by Child Matters
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Nov
09
Training
SSPA invites you to a one-day workshop presented by RASNZ on working with clients from a refugee background and a cross-cultural trauma informed approach. Friday 30th November, Three Kings, Auckland
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Oct
26
Training
Saturday 17th November; 9:30am - 4:30pm with David Aycrigg
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Oct
19
Training
Information on the Postgraduate courses in Infant, Child & Adolescent Mental Health offered by the Department of Psychological Medicine, Faculty of Medical & Health Sciences, at the University of Auckland (Grafton Campus)
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Oct
12
Training
From Grow. People can feel stuck for a number of reasons. The FACT model is a therapy where clients focus on accepting the feelings for what they are, committing to making a change they can realistically make and that will enable them to move on and passed this feeling of being 'stuck', to living a more thriving life again. Auckland, Friday 8 March 2019
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