Online only December 7 – 8, 9:15 am – 12:15 pm

Recognising and Responding to Financial Abuse

Learn from WIRE experts about recognising, understanding and responding to Financial Abuse in this interactive and renowned training.

About the workshops

The course runs over two half-days. Both sessions are held online and will be delivered on the following dates and times:

Part 1: Tuesday 7th December 2021, 9.15am-12:15pm

Part 2: Wednesday 8 December 2021 9.15am-12.15pm


This training is for people from local authorities, utility companies, financial institutes, money/debt advice services, insurance industry, real estate and housing sector, and customer support and community workers.


WIRE are experts in understanding Financial Abuse and this highly regarded training will provide you with a deep understanding in recognising and responding to financial abuse.

This training aims to raise awareness of financial abuse and provide an opportunity for participants to consider how they can contribute to the economic safety of victim-survivors.

Participants will be empowered to support staff and clients who are experiencing family violence, and they’ll be equipped to provide referrals to appropriate support services.


• The root causes of family violence

• Who experiences family violence in Australia

• Recognising different types of financial abuse

• Increased confidence to respond to the impact of financial abuse on the victim-survivor

• Confidence in the belief that your work can minimise harm and make a difference to victim-survivors and their long-term economic safety

• Knowledge of how creating economic stability and independence underpins physical safety

• Practical communication tools when talking to victim survivors of family violence

• What you can do to be a part of the change.

Click here to download more information about the course

Access requirements

If you have access requirements or any queries about this training, please contact Mia McDonald consultancyservices@wire.org.au.

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