Our Courses

‘Don’t Walk Past’ - taking action in the workplace to end harassment and gendered discrimination

PVAW-BAITW



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. 

Adopting Child Led Practice

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A child-led approach considers children as the entry point for supporting growth within families who have experienced intergenerational violence. This two-day workshop focusses on the theory behind and the application of ‘child-led’ interventions with groups, families and individuals affected by family violence.

Case Notes, Family Violence and the Law

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With the rapidly-changing family violence sector and new legislation, it’s never been a better time to learn about case notes or to have a refresher. In this full-day training, you will learn best practices for the structure, style and language of case notes, and develop your knowledge about how to respond to subpoenas, appearing as a witness in court, privacy and legal issues.

CHCDFV001 Recognise and respond appropriately to domestic and family violence

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This four-day accredited course will give you the essential knowledge, skills and understanding to work effectively with women and their children affected by family violence. You will have opportunities to reflect on your practice, and build on your knowledge and skills with current research and evidence.

CHCDFV002 Provide support to children affected by domestic and family violence

ACC-PS



Whether you are new to family violence, or to working with children and young people, this four-day accredited course will support you to understand these unique issues and experiences, and give you practical skills to help you engage with and respond appropriately to children and young people, and strengthen relationships between mothers and children.

Digital Safety, Family Violence and Risk Assessment

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If you work in family violence, you need to understand how perpetrators are using technology, and how to support victim survivors who are experiencing tech-facilitated abuse. Based on current research, information and risk assessment protocols, this one-day training will help you increase your practice awareness, skills and client safety.

Family Violence is a Workplace Issue

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Do you work in management, human resources or a leadership role? This full-day training will give you the skills and knowledge you need to understand the impact of family violence, recognise and support staff who are experiencing family violence, understand the limitations of your role, and develop workplace policies to support staff.

Groupwork: why does it keep happening to me?

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This training will look at challenging the assumptions and changing the outlook for women who have experienced family violence. It will provide an understanding of the response-based practice mode, used in a group work context, and focus on the experiences of women survivors of family violence who participated in a response-based support group.

Identifying Family Violence and Risk Assessment

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Infants & Toddlers: using hope to address relational trauma

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For any professional working with infants, toddlers and young children who have been exposed to family violence and/or early childhood relational trauma, this training is a must. Handouts and pre-reading are also included.

Prevention In Practice Course *NEW

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Reality, Risk and Pornography

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Sex Ed by Porn? Pornography, young people and sexuality



This short course is tailored for individuals working in education, health promotion, violence prevention, support or counselling with young people that would like to develop their understanding and develop their understanding of pornography and its influence on young people and develop the frameworks, skills and confidence to address the impact of pornography with young people.

 

Trauma Informed Practice for Family Violence Specialists – Two Day Intensive

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In this two-day intensive course, you will learn what makes family violence different from other traumatic experiences, and how you can integrate a trauma-informed framework into your practice. We will also cover ways to prevent vicarious trauma and strategies for you and your employer to support your wellbeing.

Unpacking Resistance

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If you’re doing gender equality or primary prevention work, it’s likely that you’ve come across backlash and resistance. This one-day workshop for practitioners will give you effective, evidence-based tools and strategies to respond to resistance.

Wellbeing, self-care and worker sustainability

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This one-day training will provide practical strategies and tools for you and your employer to support your wellbeing while doing family violence work at a time of unprecedented demand and rapid change.

Working With Fathers

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Working with fathers who perpetrate intimate partner violence.
 
Delivered by Tracy Castellino from ShantiWorks. 
 

MARAM - Leading Alignment

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This one-day training is suitable for organisational leaders, CEOs, Directors or senior managers across all organisations/ agencies prescribed under the MARAM. The training is pitched at a senior level to those who have decision making responsibilities leading the embedding of MARAM in the organisational context. The training promotes an understanding of the MARAM Framework including key strategies and requirements such as practice, policies and procedures necessary to align with MARAM.

MARAM Comprehensive Family Violence Specialist – Renewing Practice from CRAF to MARAM

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This one-day training focuses on working with victim survivors. This training is for professionals who work in a specialist capacity across the integrated service system. This training is only suitable for experienced family violence specialists who have extensive experience, and who have previously completed specialist CRAF training.

‘Don’t Walk Past’ - taking action in the workplace to end harassment and gendered discrimination

PVAW-BAITW



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. 

Adopting Child Led Practice

CAL-ACLP


A child-led approach considers children as the entry point for supporting growth within families who have experienced intergenerational violence. This two-day workshop focusses on the theory behind and the application of ‘child-led’ interventions with groups, families and individuals affected by family violence.

Case Notes, Family Violence and the Law

CAL-CNFVL



With the rapidly-changing family violence sector and new legislation, it’s never been a better time to learn about case notes or to have a refresher. In this full-day training, you will learn best practices for the structure, style and language of case notes, and develop your knowledge about how to respond to subpoenas, appearing as a witness in court, privacy and legal issues.

Digital Safety, Family Violence and Risk Assessment

CAL-DS



If you work in family violence, you need to understand how perpetrators are using technology, and how to support victim survivors who are experiencing tech-facilitated abuse. Based on current research, information and risk assessment protocols, this one-day training will help you increase your practice awareness, skills and client safety.

Family Violence is a Workplace Issue

CAL-FVIWI



Do you work in management, human resources or a leadership role? This full-day training will give you the skills and knowledge you need to understand the impact of family violence, recognise and support staff who are experiencing family violence, understand the limitations of your role, and develop workplace policies to support staff.

Groupwork: why does it keep happening to me?

CAL-GW


This training will look at challenging the assumptions and changing the outlook for women who have experienced family violence. It will provide an understanding of the response-based practice mode, used in a group work context, and focus on the experiences of women survivors of family violence who participated in a response-based support group.

Identifying Family Violence and Risk Assessment

CAL-IDVRA


 

Infants & Toddlers: using hope to address relational trauma

CAL-ITRT


For any professional working with infants, toddlers and young children who have been exposed to family violence and/or early childhood relational trauma, this training is a must. Handouts and pre-reading are also included.

Respectful Relationships - Whole School Approach

PVAW-RRWSA



This course explores ways to work with the whole school community, including parents, staff, students and other external organisations. 

 

Trauma Informed Practice for Family Violence Specialists – Two Day Intensive

CAL-TIPFVS



In this two-day intensive course, you will learn what makes family violence different from other traumatic experiences, and how you can integrate a trauma-informed framework into your practice. We will also cover ways to prevent vicarious trauma and strategies for you and your employer to support your wellbeing.

Wellbeing, self-care and worker sustainability

CALG-WBSFVW



This one-day training will provide practical strategies and tools for you and your employer to support your wellbeing while doing family violence work at a time of unprecedented demand and rapid change.

Working With Fathers

CAL-WWF



Working with fathers who perpetrate intimate partner violence.
 
Delivered by Tracy Castellino from ShantiWorks. 
 

CHCDFV001 Recognise and respond appropriately to domestic and family violence

ACC-RRATFV



This four-day accredited course will give you the essential knowledge, skills and understanding to work effectively with women and their children affected by family violence. You will have opportunities to reflect on your practice, and build on your knowledge and skills with current research and evidence.

CHCDFV002 Provide support to children affected by domestic and family violence

ACC-PS



Whether you are new to family violence, or to working with children and young people, this four-day accredited course will support you to understand these unique issues and experiences, and give you practical skills to help you engage with and respond appropriately to children and young people, and strengthen relationships between mothers and children.

‘Don’t Walk Past’ - taking action in the workplace to end harassment and gendered discrimination

PVAW-BAITW



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. 

Leading change - engaging a workforce in the prevention of violence against women

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For senior managers, CEO's, councillors, board members, school principals, childcare centre managers, university administrators, policy makers and community leaders who want to better understand the issue of violence against women and their role in preventing it.

Prevention In Practice Course *NEW

PIP_FEL_HR

Reality, Risk and Pornography

CAL-RRP

Sex Ed by Porn? Pornography, young people and sexuality



This short course is tailored for individuals working in education, health promotion, violence prevention, support or counselling with young people that would like to develop their understanding and develop their understanding of pornography and its influence on young people and develop the frameworks, skills and confidence to address the impact of pornography with young people.

 

Respectful Relationships - Whole School Approach

PVAW-RRWSA



This course explores ways to work with the whole school community, including parents, staff, students and other external organisations. 

 

Unpacking Resistance

PVAW-MBR



If you’re doing gender equality or primary prevention work, it’s likely that you’ve come across backlash and resistance. This one-day workshop for practitioners will give you effective, evidence-based tools and strategies to respond to resistance.