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Identifying Family Violence and Risk Assessment

If you’re beginning your career in family violence or would like to refresh your skills and understanding, this one-day course is the ideal introduction. You will learn about the core elements of family violence practice based on the new family violence capability framework through group discussions, activities, educational videos, role plays and practice sessions.

Introduction

If you’re beginning your career in family violence or would like to refresh your skills and understanding, this one-day course is the ideal introduction. You will learn about the core elements of family violence practice based on the new family violence capability framework through group discussions, activities, educational videos, role plays and practice sessions.

The MARAM Framework has been operational since the 27th of September 2017. This training has been updated to communicate the key changes under the MARAM Framework, to support practitioners to begin to align their practice to their roles and responsibilities under the MARAM Framework.

This training is not a substitute for the Information Sharing and Introduction to MARAM training. It is recommended that participants undertake level 1 CRAF training before attending.

What will I learn?

  • Common beliefs about family violence
  • The definition, impacts and prevalence of family violence
  • Indicators of family violence
  • Engaging effectively with service users
  • Responding to disclosures
  • Making a safety plan
  • Providing effective referrals
  • Identifying, assessing and managing family violence risk
  • Looking at risk through an intersectional lens

 

Who is this training for?

  • New family violence workers
  • Workers in community, health, family services, mental health, disability, alcohol and other drugs, homelessness or legal services.

What past participants say:

“The best training I have had in a long time!”

“The facilitators were very knowledgeable and giving of time and experience. Well-prepared and valuable workshop.”

“It was very helpful and I was able to gain a better understanding of family violence.”

Cost:

$145 SHS (Specialist Homelessness Service) funded worker
$365 Non SHS (Specialist Homelessness Service) funded worker

SHS or Specialist Homelessness Services provides funding support to most family violence and housing/homelessness services. If you are unsure about your SHS status, please check with your organisations Finance Officer or Administration Coordinator.

Location

Time & Date

January 23 @ 9:30 am - January 23 @ 4:30 pm

Additional Info

The cost of this event is: $365

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