eCRAF Training Module 1
The Victorian Family Violence Risk Assessment and Risk Management Framework (known as the Common Risk Assessment Framework, or CRAF) aims to help practitioners and professionals identify and respond to risk factors associated with family violence.
This module will provide core knowledge on the integrated family violence system, and how to identify and respond to a victim of family violence. Access to this module is free and is it designed to be undertaken by a wide range of individuals and organisations to support induction, refresher training and professional development.
The eCRAF core module is available here:
Further modules covering content on the three CRAF practice guides (identification, preliminary risk assessment and comprehensive risk assessment) will be released following the review of CRAF in 2017. The three practice guide modules will be suited to support family violence practitioners and professionals who work with women experiencing family violence to identify and respond to associated risk factors, at a level that is appropriate to their role.
The full suite of modules will provide content and learning outcomes consistent with the CRAF statewide face-to-face training sessions.
For more information on the CRAF, visit the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria (DVRCV) CRAF webpage.