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Universal Services Training – Family Violence in CALD Communities: Understanding and Responding

Universal Services Training – Family Violence in CALD Communities: Understanding and Responding

As a specialist body, inTouch Multicultural Centre against Family Violence offers a range of opportunities for professionals, volunteers and community members to develop their understanding and skills in working with culturally and linguistically diverse women and families experiencing family violence. Join us for a training understanding and responding to family violence in a CALD context.

Outcomes include:

  • Enhance the understanding of family violence in a CALD context
  • Develop an understanding of how culture and migration history affects clients capacity to seek and sustain support
  • Develop an understanding of how culture affects us as workers
  • Develop an understanding on how to identify and respond to family violence in a CALD context
  • Safety planning and referring to support services

Audience: Those working in the broader community services sectors including health and community organisations. This may include case workers/managers, settlement workers, nurses, educators, counsellors, family service workers, neighbourhood house staff and police.

When

Tuesday, 4 September 2018 - 9:30am to 4:30pm

Where

Purple Room, Multicultural Hub, 506 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne

Provider

inTouch Multicultural Centre Against Family Violence

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