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Our in-person training programme is currently suspended. In the meantime, we have put together e-learning resources and adapted previous in-person training seminars into online webinars that cover a range of training needs.

Training has never been more important to ensure staff are equipped to support women and children impacted by forms of violence against women. Fife Violence Against Women Partnership (FVAWP) has developed this framework to address this. It brings together all the current training co-ordinated or recommended by FVAWP and some areas of work that FVAWP hopes to develop in the future.

There are a range of learning opportunities, delivered through a combination of reading materials, e-learning and webinars. The courses are relevant for a range of staff across statutory and third sectors, building knowledge, confidence and skills to respond appropriately to individuals affected by gender-based violence.

The framework will be adapted to meet service needs and as training courses are developed. FVAWP Training Framework is based on Welsh model. To access click here.

To access FVAWP Training Programme, click here.

FVAWP are running online webinars on Microsoft Teams.

Please contact for more information.

We are working in partnership with Safe and Together Institute to deliver their core programme

To report any concerns to the police, call the non-emergency number 101. In an emergency, always dial 999.