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  • Manitoba Association of Women's Shelters

MAWS provides information only. If you are in danger call 911. If you or someone you know is being abused, call the confidential 24/7 provincial toll-free crisis line at: 1-877-977-0007

Courses Available Now

MAWS courses are available online and designed to be self-paced. Once you set up an account you can complete as much as you wish and return at a later time to finish the course.

MAWS Members

Access to these courses is included with a membership to MAWS. Please contact the Executive Director of your shelter or agency for the discount coupon or contact MAWS for more information.

Certificates

Upon completing a course you will be issued a certificate of completion. Please check your account details and make sure your name is entered correctly so it will print on the certificate.

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How to use MAWS Training

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Available Courses

Stop Family Violence Course

This 2-3 hour online learning initiative comes with a printable course completion certificate.

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Transforming Together – Board Governance Course

This course was developed to build the capacity of Board of Directors of family violence agencies in Manitoba.

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Shelter Support Worker Micro-Credential Program

A free, in-depth course to jumpstart your career in the homeless or family violence shelter sector This course is presented in partnership with family violence and homeless shelters, and Red River College Polytechnic. Funded by the Province of Manitoba.

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Understanding Mental Health and Substance Use: Training for Professionals Working with Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence

Learn how to effectively respond to survivors with complex mental health and substance use concerns within your agencies.

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Indigenous Perspectives

Learn about Colonial History and Legacy the Indigenous People’s Right to Land and stories from around the world highlighting the plight of Indigenous Peoples everywhere.

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Cultural Humility

A lifelong process of self-reflection and self-critique whereby the individual not only learns about another’s culture, but one starts with an examination of her/his own beliefs and cultural identities.

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Supporting Muslim Women in Intimate Partner and Family Violence Shelters

The ways in which we understand and experience abuse, power, and control differ based on an individual’s unique experiences, as well as cultural, social, and spiritual norms.

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Islamophobia

Islamophobia can be described as stereotypes, bias or acts of hostility towards individual Muslims or followers of Islam in general.

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Vicarious Trauma, Compassion Fatigue and Burnout

Compassion fatigue can leave you feeling exhausted and affect your ability to help people. Learn how this happens and what to do.

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Self Care

Vicarious Trauma, Compassion Fatigue and Burnout can take a toll on people working as helping professionals. This course will help you learn how to deal with the exhaustion.

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Emotional Intelligence and Counselling Strategies

Emotional intelligence is crucial to preserving a positive mental state.

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Understanding Stress

Continuous stress without relief can result in a negative stress reaction.

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Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care

Trauma-informed care is a way to approach people that embraces and recognizes the importance of treating the whole person.

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Domestic Violence Safety Assessment Tool (DVSAT)

This tool is designed for family violence situations to determine the level of risk a client may be experiencing.

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Documentation Quick Study Course

Documentation is an essential element of work in shelters and the gender-based violence sector.

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