Welcome to the WI Moodle, the training and resource site for the National Federation of Women's Institutes

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20 MAY 2015
2.30 - 5PM
tickets £5

Come and see the results of the NFWI/Kingston Knitwear Project.
11 garments will be showcased along with the students knitwear collection

This trailblazing project has seen WI members teamed up with Kingston University Fashion Knitwear students to create a collection that brings together the craft expertise and heritage of the WI with the best in contemporary design talent. For more information on how to get a ticket please contact Clare c.spender@nfwi-unit.org.uk

For more information see the Craft Area

centennial fair

Centennial Fair

Come to the WI's Centennial Fair held on 3rd to 6th Sept 2015 -open to members and non-members. The fair offers 4 fantastic days of craft, food, travel and lifestyle. For more information.

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100 Years Survey, Share your Views

To mark our centenary, the NFWI is conducting a special survey of WI members.  The aim is to understand the views of WI members on some of the major issues in Britain today, to find out how members see the world, and to understand what role members think the WI has to play in today’s society.

The results of this survey will be used to inform the WI’s future policy and campaigns. The findings will also contribute to a new NFWI Centenary publication celebrating the WI’s historic achievements over the past 100 years and exploring the views and concerns of today’s members on a range of topics from home and family to health, work, the natural world and global society.

Members are invited to take part in a short confidential survey online at: http://thewi.org.uk/100-years-survey. The survey will take about 20 minutes to complete. Please tell your fellow members about it too. Thank you. 

If you have any problems please email Oliver Hicks-Pattison


Behind the door of 104!

The NFWI has launched a new blog for all NFWI news – Click here to go to the blog.  The blog will feature news from all areas of the WI – from craft and cookery to training and public affairs – and will cover a range of topics of interest to WI members and the general public. 

Please keep an eye out for new posts, and if there are any areas of the WI that you would really like to see covered, please get in touch and send over your ideas!  We can’t promise to cover everything, but we aim to provide a more detailed look at the organisation and everything that we offer members.


WI Members will start a nation-wide conversation about organ donation

98% of WI Members voted on the organisation's new campaign on Saturday 7 June 2014 at the National Federation of Women's Institutes (NFWI) Annual Meeting, imploring all members to discuss their wishes regarding organ donation with their family and friends. The resolution:

"The NFWI notes that three people die every day whilst waiting for an organ transplant.  We call on every member of the WI to make their wishes regarding organ donation known, and to encourage members of their local communities to do likewise" will now become the campaigning focus for over 212,000 WI members across England, Wales and the Islands.

WI Adviser course

The 'So you think you'd like to be a WI Adviser' course replaces the one day workshops held in federations which means that members can access the course at any time and work through at their own pace.

Click here to access the 'So you think you'd like to be a WI Adviser' course.  (it opens in a new window).  You do not need to login to the WI Moodle to access this course. Once you have completed the course please apply through your federation.

Food Safety

demo course

example Training Resource module

WI Training Resource

There is an area called WI Training Resource. This is an online course that you work through at your own pace. It gives you the basic knowledge you need to set up and run any sort of training session so it's ideal for many roles. Once you have completed you can receive a certificate.

Trustee training

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