BCWA supports men, women and children who have experienced domestic abuse, rape, sexual violence and child sexual exploitation.
Support can be provided in a refuge, if needed, or by 1:1 support, dependent on the situation and needs of the individual.
The role of the Apprentice Health and Wellbeing Worker is to support victims / survivors in our service areas. We would like to offer the Apprentice the opportunity of working in a variety of our services, so would need them to travel to our sites in Dudley, Walsall, Sandwell and possibly across the West Midlands area.
One of our service areas is Modern Slavery Support Service includes refuge and outreach for victims of modern slavery and human trafficking across the West Midlands.
For more information and to apply, please use the below link: