Family Violence Training Opportunities.

The following lists show various ‘family violence’ related training opportunities for service sector staff.

Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria

Domestic Violence & Resource Centre Victoria Training

'Don’t Walk Past' - taking action in the workplace to end harassment and gendered discrimination'This short course is tailored for workplaces or individuals that would like to develop their understanding of violence against women, the role workplaces can play in prevention violence against women including bystander action, skills and strategies. Short Course'$135 for SHS* funded workers $195 for non SHS* funded workersMelbourne
Adopting Child Led Practice'A child-led approach considers children as the entry point for supporting growth within families who have experienced intergenerational violence.2 Day$310 SHS funded workers $760 Non SHS funded workersMelbourne

No to Violence

Bystander Intervention TrainingThis half-day training introduces the principles of bystander intervention, and what this looks like in practice. Our 3 hour training covers: Being able to identify disrespectful behaviour and interrupt safely How to have difficult conversations in a respectful way Identifying subtle behaviours that may lead to disrespectful messagesHalf Day
Working Safely With Men Who Use Family ViolenceThis two-day training introduces the key principles and strategies for working safely with men who use family violence. It provides a detailed understanding of the dynamics of men’s family violence and builds practitioner skills in responding to the challenges and opportunities for working with men towards behaviour change. The training covers everything practitioners need to know to be able to identify, assess and work with men using family violence in a safe, respectful and effective way.

Women's Health Loddon Mallee