Women’s Aid’s On Track team offers a series of On Track and Impact courses to support domestic abuse services to use OASIS On Track and build skills in data, analysis and evaluation.
Our courses are now available in an online learning platform so they are more interactive, more cost effective, and easily accessible.
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Please see the list of On Track and Impact courses above. By clicking on the name of each course, you will be linked to the Course Catalogue to view further information about the course.
The On Track courses have been developed to increase confidence in using the system, improve data collection, reporting skills, and to make the most out of the data collected as part of everyday work with survivors. Currently , the On Track courses include a live Zoom webinar as the central part of the course.
The Impact courses have been designed to support staff in frontline domestic abuse services to build knowledge and skills in collecting, analysing, and presenting data to stakeholders – regardless of the case management system they use. The Impact courses are complete eLearning modules, without live webinars but instead including recorded tutorials, resources and interactive activities that can be accessed anywhere at any time.
To enrol onto an On Track course, your organisation must be using the OASIS with On Track case management and outcomes measurement system.
The Impact courses are available for all DA services, regardless of the case management system you use.
If your organisation is interested in becoming a member of Women’s Aid please contact the membership team on firstname.lastname@example.org
Our course prices vary depending on the course topic and whether it is eLearning or a webinar-centred course. Please view our Course Catalogue for specific prices. Not only are coupon codes available for our courses to specific groups (see our noticeboard above), many courses are offered in discounted bundles on the Course Catalogue. These bundles will enable users to save 10% when buying a group of courses at once.
Please check our noticeboard above for information about free and discounted courses for specific services.
Yes! Your CAF Technology bursary can be used to purchase tech items, case management systems, website upgrades, or training such as the On Track courses which can assist your organisation to respond to the increased expectations placed upon you as a result of Covid-19. Your CAF Impact bursary can be spent on increasing capacity and training around evidencing impact and outcomes and this can include our series of Impact courses.
Unlike Women’s Aid’s National Training Centre courses, the On Track and Impact courses are not accredited. After the completion of a course, the learner will receive a certificate of completion, provided they score above the pass mark of the course.
For the On Track courses, as they involve a live webinar, if you need to change the date of your webinar, you are able to do so for free. If you are no longer interested in the On Track course you have bought and have not accessed any of the materials yet, it is possible to receive a refund from us. In this case, please contact email@example.com
For the Impact courses, they do not include a live webinar since they are complete eLearning courses with recorded tutorials, resources and interactive activities that can be accessed anywhere at any time. If you are no longer interested in the Impact course you have bought and have not accessed any of the materials yet, it is possible to receive a refund from us. In this case, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Get in touch with the On Track team by sending us an e-mail to: email@example.com