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Family violence professional development training

What is family violence? Do you or your colleagues know how to recognise family violence and how to respond?

UNDERSTANDING AND RESPONDING TO FAMILY VIOLENCE

Learn from WIRE experts about understanding and responding to family violence/domestic violence in our interactive course for professionals. You and your team will learn the skills and knowledge to understand, recognise and respond to family violence. Upon completion of this specialised workplace training, you will be well-equipped to support staff and clients experiencing family violence, and you’ll know how to refer them to the appropriate support services.

IS THIS TRAINING FOR ME?

Our professional development training in family violence is essential for frontline workers, managers and business leaders in all industry sectors. We also welcome any professional in any industry who wants to up-skill in vulnerability and family violence training.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  • An intersectional perspective of family violence
  • The root causes of family violence
  • Who experiences family violence in Australia?
  • Who perpetrates family violence?
  • What are the barriers faced by victim-survivors who leave a family violence situation?
  • What are the short and long-term impacts of family violence?
  • Why is family violence a workplace issue?
  • Responding to disclosures of family violence
  • What you can do to be a part of the change

DURATION:

Online: 2 x 2.5 hour deliveries spread over two half-day sessions

Face-to-face: A 6.5 hour interactive training

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READY TO BOOK?

There are no current events running for this course. For more information, please contact Training Manager Mia McDonald at consultancyservices@wire.org.au.

Partners, funders & supporters

We're grateful to our partners and project funders, program supporters and partners, and other sponsors for their continuing support of our work with women, nonbinary and gender diverse people in Victoria.

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