Foundations in Violence Against Women

Understanding violence against women in Canada.

This self-directed online course provides an introduction to understanding the causes, nature, effects and scope of violence against women generally and in Canada specifically.

The history of the transition housing and anti-violence advocates’ movement is explored. This course also outlines the principles of an intersectional feminist framework to provide some grounding assumptions for anti-violence work outlined in subsequent BCSTH courses and in-person training.

Training Hours
Self-directed, Self-paced, Between 4 to 6 hours
$60 for Full Members
$90 for Associate Members
$125 for Non Members

This course is a prerequisite for all other BCSTH courses and/or training.

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