One of EVA BC’s key functions is the delivery of training related to gender-based violence. You will find information about all of our programs that deliver training below. Please take a look!
EVA BC’s Annual Training Forum is a key professional development event for anti-violence workers in British Columbia. This popular forum brings together local and international experts to deliver keynotes and workshops that speak to emerging issues and best practices in the anti-violence field. ANNUAL TRAINING
EVA BC regularly delivers training on its incredibly successful “Be More Than a Bystander” engagement model to a variety of organizations and employers that include professional and amateur sports teams, universities and colleges, unions, professional associations, and more. BE MORE THAN A BYSTANDER
CCWS supports responders and service providers in working together to increase women’s safety in communities across BC. It actively promotes cross-sectoral collaboration and coordination at community, regional and provincial levels. CCWS
This free, online course about gender-based violence is available to health sector workers through a collaborative project between the Ministry of Health, BC Women’s Hospital + Health Centre, and the Ending Violence Association of BC. GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE: WE ALL CAN HELP
This project creates knowledge sharing opportunities with leadership in Indigenous communities in British Columbia related to criminal justice, family justice and child protection laws, policies and practices that directly affect police and government responses to domestic and sexual violence and child abuse and neglect. INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY SAFETY
SHARP (Sexual Harassment Advice, Response, and Prevention) Workplaces is a five-year collaborative project between EVA BC and Community Legal Assistance Society (CLAS). Funded by the Department of Justice, it helps workplace sexual harassment complainants in British Columbia gain greater access to legal support and more informational resources. It also enables employers and employees to increase their knowledge, skill, and confidence levels in handling this complex issue. SHARP WORKPLACES
Find a range of resources relevant to anti-violence work via links to other organizations in British Columbia, across Canada and internationally. USEFUL LINKS