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

Roll your mouse over the top navigation bar and you'll see the areas listed. Click to access the area. You will be prompted to confirm on initial entry. Areas with an asterisk are not open and need a key to enter. If you need help please go to Help me Login. 

cuthbertWanted - Lead Tutors in Judges Training (Craft)

Do you hold an NFWI Judges Certificate in Craft and have good computer and presentation skills?
The NFWI Craft Committee is looking to appoint Lead Tutors in Judges Training for craft subjects. For an application form and fact sheet, click here.  Closing date for applications is 30 November 2016.

The Huxley Cup Competition 2016

The Huxley Cup Competition 2016 was hosted by the National Federation of Women's Institutes and took place at Greys Court, Henley on Thames in Oxfordshire, former home of Lady Elizabeth Brunner, National Chair of the NFWI from 1951-1956.

The theme for the Huxley Cup Competition was "Reflections - Lady Brunner and the WI". To see the winning entries visit the Floral Art area

Spoons - A Stirring Tale!spoons

Exclusively for members of the WI.A project to encourage WI makers of all abilities to attend workshops being held at Salisbury Museum to knit or stitch spoons!
After the spoons have been created they will then be sent to a ceramic artist who will dipped your creation in porcelain and fire them to become a very different type of  spoon entirely. Curious? Read more in the Craft Area.


In conjunction with the National Gallery, the Science and Leisure Committee are pleased to offer members a unique opportunity to come and visit the Gallery in London to learn more about the fascinating world of women in art.

Friday 25 November 2016 at The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London,  11am – 3.30pm.

Click here for more information


Is your WI in Greater Manchester? Are you interested in campaigning for organ donation?

Please join our regional initiative of WIs in Lancashire and Cheshire Federations who are coming together to get a regional conversation about organ donation started and sign people up to the NHS Organ Donor Register.

Click here to access the area.


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. 


digitral story course

New course!  Create your own Digital Story using the step by step interactive course. Click here to get started.

2016 Annual Meeting Resolutions
A range of resources have been produced by the Public Affairs team to support WI discussions regarding the two shortlisted resolutions up for debate at the Annual Meeting on 11th June.

For more information head to the resolutions section of the Moodle or to download these resources head to the website

WI Adviser information


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.

pre judges training


The 'So you think you'd like to be a NFWI Judge' short course is an introduction to help you get a better understanding of the role and requirements of an NFWI Judge and to help you make a decision about applying for the full course.  Click here to access the area.

Demo Training

The Demonstrator Training course is available. This course is for members who wish to demonstrate or give illustrated talks.  Click here to go to the Demonstrator Area.

Food Strategy

The Food Safety e-Module gives you essential information and advice about handling food. Click here to go to the Food Safety Area

training cycle

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.

Trustee Training

The Trustee Training e-Module is for existing and potential federation trustees who want to find out what being a trustee involves. Click here to access the Trustee Training area.
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