|Provide Support to Children Affected by Domestic and Family Violence|
This 4 day nationally accredited training course provides practitioners with introductory knowledge and skills to support children and young people who have experienced family violence, and strategies to strengthen relationships between mothers and children. On successful completion of assessment, participants receive a Statement of Attainment for the nationally accredited unit:
|17th April, 2018||0930-1630||Mildura||$595 SHS funded worker
$1495 Non SHS funded worker
|CRAF Risk Assessment (Practice Guide 2)|
The Common Risk Assessment Framework (CRAF) aims to help practitioners and professionals identify and respond to risk factors associated with family violence. It was developed in consultation with Victorian family violence service providers, police and courts and based upon international research. It is the basis of the integrated family violence service system in Victoria. It provides a common language for all agencies to talk about risk assessment and promotes a shared understanding of the issues underpinning family violence.
You should be using this guide if you are:
a member of Victoria Police
a professional working in a court setting
a professional working in a community legal centre
a professional working in a child protection context
a professional working in housing and homelessness services
|19th April, 2018||0930-1330||Swan Hill||No Cost|
|Family Violence is a Workplace Issue|
This full day training provides guidance and support for workplaces in developing organisational responses to family violence experienced by staff. Participants will be equipped to understand the impact of family violence on individuals and workplaces, recognise and respond to staff who are experiencing family violence, understand the limitations of your role, and develop organisational workplace policies to support staff.
This training is for HR professionals, managers, workplace equal opportunity contact officers, and any other staff who have a leadership role to play in their workplace responding to family violence.
|3rd May, 2018||0930-1630||Swan Hill||$145 SHS funded worker
$365 Non SHS funded worker