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Courses

Courses

Courses

This calendar list is for short courses provided for and by agencies within the family violence sector in Victoria. If you would like your course listed here, please contact us with the details.

Please note that we do not provide an exhaustive list of every course offered. Please read our site policy for more information.

23
May

This program explains the importance of case notes in day-to-day family violence practice and legal processes.

24
May

Based on Victorian research, this training explores how technology is being used to perpetrate family violence and the ways adult survivors and advocates can respond to increase safety and perpetrator accountability.

25
May

This training offers an opportunity to develop practical strategies and tools to assist with preserving ‘self’, while continuing to do complex and demanding work.

29
May

This half day training aims to build on accountable and ethical practice by promoting an intersectional, reflexive lens when working with men who use family violence from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities.

29
May

This one day interactive training is aimed at mainstream/universal service providers (non FV specific Workers) who are seeking to strengthen their practice in building and sustaining relationship with CALD clients.

29
May

Understand how to respond effectively to the trauma experienced by victim survivors, from trainers experienced in family violence and trauma.

30
May

This 4 day course provides the basic skills, knowledge and understanding to work effectively with women and their children affected by family violence.

30
May

The aim of this FREE training is to enhance knowledge and skills within the community sector to ensure frontline staff are informed of and responsive to the issues and experiences of women in the sex industry and women trafficked for sexual exploitation.

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