WIRE is a Registered Training Organisation and has been providing professional development training to Victorian and interstate organisations and their staff for over 12 years. Our training is highly respected with WIRE often getting repeat custom. Here are just a few comments from past participants.
Excellent workshop with a fantastic and informative trainer.
Thanks for running a great workshop I learnt a lot.
Extremely pertinent.. very useful and practical.
Our training is a product of WIRE’s collective expertise and extensive practice experience. Our training brings together the theoretical and the practical so participants can apply the knowledge they acquire.
WIRE is able to tailor its professional development courses to meet your organisation needs. We provide tailored in house training to a diverse range of organisations on a wide range of topics including:
- Dealing with challenging phone calls
- Financial abuse in the context of family violence
- Understanding family violence
- Working with women
- Understanding gender
- Family violence as a workplace issue
If the topic you are after is not listed just ask us what might be possible.
In-house training advantages
Cost effective and efficient use of resources:
Competing demands on staff time and limited professional development budgets mean in-house training is an effective and efficient way to provide professional development to staff. Reduced or no travel time for your staff means that you can provide valuable training without removing them from their day-to-day work for longer than they have to be.
Content tailored to meet your needs:
How often have you heard people say the training was good but not that relevant. Tailored in-house training enables you to target the specific training needs of your staff.
Busy and demanding work schedules often lead to staff missing out on building relationships with colleagues and team building. In-house training enables staff to engage in mutual problem solving, learning together and sharing wisdom.
To discuss the suitability of this training for you or your staff, contact: WIRE Training Coordinator: phone (03) 9348 9416 (Option 4) or email firstname.lastname@example.org .