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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.
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.
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.
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.
Fast Track will help you advance your career by building your leadership and management skills. 

This program is for professionals with experience in the Victorian specialist family violence sector, who are looking to move into a leadership role or managers and senior workers in Victorian specialist family violence services (Tier 1) who are new to their roles and/or want to build their leadership and management capability.
Fast Track will help you advance your career by building your leadership and management skills.

This program is for professionals with experience in the Victorian primary prevention sector, who are looking to move into a leadership role or with significant experience in aligned roles, who are interested in moving into primary prevention in Victoria.
Are you passionate about creating a world free from violence against women but unsure where to begin?

If this rings true, then our new Introduction to Preventing Violence Against Women (PVAW) foundational course is the program for you. Build up your toolkit of information and strategies to take action in your workplaces and everyday life, or to kick start your career in preventing violence against women.
This training is suitable for professionals whose purpose of intervention is linked to family violence but not directly focused on family violence.

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered interactively as a one-day virtual session.
This training is suitable for all professionals who may identify family violence is occurring and who engage with people in a one-off‚ episodic or ongoing service environment and are in a position to identify or screen for family violence. 

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered interactively as a one-day virtual session.
This training is pitched at a senior level to those who have decision making responsibilities leading the embedding of MARAM in the organisational context. 

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered as interactive two x two and a half hour virtual sessions.
This training is only suitable for experienced family violence specialists who have extensive experience, and who have previously completed specialist CRAF training.

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered as interactive three x two hour virtual sessions.
This training is suitable for new family violence specialists and/or those who have not previously completed specialist CRAF training.

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered as interactive four x three hour virtual sessions over two days. 

 

Prevention in Practice is an interactive virtual course, based on recognised industry standards, providing the foundational knowledge and skills for prevention practitioners who are new to the sector. It includes a comprehensive introduction to prevention program design, from development to successful implementation.
This course will be delivered online in four x two and a half hour sessions over two days.
PreventX - What’s Next? is the national conference for those who want to create change and prevent violence against women and family violence. This two-day conference is hosted by Safe and Equal, in partnership with Our Watch, a national leader in the primary prevention of violence against women and their children in Australia.  
This three-hour virtual interactive training provides foundational knowledge in understanding family violence and responding to disclosures of family violence. It prepares participants to recognise indicators of family violence, ask questions and provide a safe, simple and sensitive response to a disclosure from an adult victim survivor experiencing family violence.
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.
If you work in gender equality or primary prevention of violence against women then you’ve most likely experienced backlash and resistance. Dealing with it comes with the terrain and is a normal part of any social change. That doesn’t mean that figuring out how to navigate resistance isn’t challenging, and sometimes a bit scary.

Our training will give you the confidence to respond to resistance when it arises. From denial to backlash, to understanding why people might resist gender equality work, you’ll be equipped with the strategies and skills to create meaningful and sustainable change. 
This free online learning package will provide you with foundational knowledge about preventing and responding to family violence and violence against women. 
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.
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.
This free online learning package will provide you with foundational knowledge about preventing and responding to family violence and violence against women. 
This training is suitable for professionals whose purpose of intervention is linked to family violence but not directly focused on family violence.

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered interactively as a one-day virtual session.
This training is suitable for all professionals who may identify family violence is occurring and who engage with people in a one-off‚ episodic or ongoing service environment and are in a position to identify or screen for family violence. 

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered interactively as a one-day virtual session.
This training is pitched at a senior level to those who have decision making responsibilities leading the embedding of MARAM in the organisational context. 

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered as interactive two x two and a half hour virtual sessions.
This training is only suitable for experienced family violence specialists who have extensive experience, and who have previously completed specialist CRAF training.

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered as interactive three x two hour virtual sessions.
This training is suitable for new family violence specialists and/or those who have not previously completed specialist CRAF training.

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered as interactive four x three hour virtual sessions over two days. 

 

This three-hour virtual interactive training provides foundational knowledge in understanding family violence and responding to disclosures of family violence. It prepares participants to recognise indicators of family violence, ask questions and provide a safe, simple and sensitive response to a disclosure from an adult victim survivor experiencing family violence.
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.
Fast Track will help you advance your career by building your leadership and management skills. 

This program is for professionals with experience in the Victorian specialist family violence sector, who are looking to move into a leadership role or managers and senior workers in Victorian specialist family violence services (Tier 1) who are new to their roles and/or want to build their leadership and management capability.
Fast Track will help you advance your career by building your leadership and management skills.

This program is for professionals with experience in the Victorian primary prevention sector, who are looking to move into a leadership role or with significant experience in aligned roles, who are interested in moving into primary prevention in Victoria.
Are you passionate about creating a world free from violence against women but unsure where to begin?

If this rings true, then our new Introduction to Preventing Violence Against Women (PVAW) foundational course is the program for you. Build up your toolkit of information and strategies to take action in your workplaces and everyday life, or to kick start your career in preventing violence against women.
Prevention in Practice is an interactive virtual course, based on recognised industry standards, providing the foundational knowledge and skills for prevention practitioners who are new to the sector. It includes a comprehensive introduction to prevention program design, from development to successful implementation.
This course will be delivered online in four x two and a half hour sessions over two days.
We are now offering tickets to PreventX On Demand, to give those that were unable to attend the event the opportunity to access incredible content from our speakers, panellists and brilliant MCs at Clothing the Gaps.
If you work in gender equality or primary prevention of violence against women then you’ve most likely experienced backlash and resistance. Dealing with it comes with the terrain and is a normal part of any social change. That doesn’t mean that figuring out how to navigate resistance isn’t challenging, and sometimes a bit scary.

Our training will give you the confidence to respond to resistance when it arises. From denial to backlash, to understanding why people might resist gender equality work, you’ll be equipped with the strategies and skills to create meaningful and sustainable change. 
This training provides a comprehensive overview to organisations who are leading this model in their workplace, to start conversations with staff and leadership teams, and identify best practice approaches for leading change across their organisation.
This training is suitable for professionals whose purpose of intervention is linked to family violence but not directly focused on family violence.

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered interactively as a one-day virtual session.
This training is suitable for all professionals who may identify family violence is occurring and who engage with people in a one-off‚ episodic or ongoing service environment and are in a position to identify or screen for family violence. 

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered interactively as a one-day virtual session.
Prevention in Practice is an interactive virtual course, based on recognised industry standards, providing the foundational knowledge and skills for prevention practitioners who are new to the sector. It includes a comprehensive introduction to prevention program design, from development to successful implementation.
This course will be delivered online in four x two and a half hour sessions over two days.
This three-hour virtual interactive training provides foundational knowledge in understanding family violence and responding to disclosures of family violence. It prepares participants to recognise indicators of family violence, ask questions and provide a safe, simple and sensitive response to a disclosure from an adult victim survivor experiencing family violence.
This free online learning package will provide you with foundational knowledge about preventing and responding to family violence and violence against women. 
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.
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.
If you work in gender equality or primary prevention of violence against women then you’ve most likely experienced backlash and resistance. Dealing with it comes with the terrain and is a normal part of any social change. That doesn’t mean that figuring out how to navigate resistance isn’t challenging, and sometimes a bit scary.

Our training will give you the confidence to respond to resistance when it arises. From denial to backlash, to understanding why people might resist gender equality work, you’ll be equipped with the strategies and skills to create meaningful and sustainable change. 
This training provides a comprehensive overview to organisations who are leading this model in their workplace, to start conversations with staff and leadership teams, and identify best practice approaches for leading change across their organisation.
Fast Track will help you advance your career by building your leadership and management skills. 

This program is for professionals with experience in the Victorian specialist family violence sector, who are looking to move into a leadership role or managers and senior workers in Victorian specialist family violence services (Tier 1) who are new to their roles and/or want to build their leadership and management capability.
Fast Track will help you advance your career by building your leadership and management skills.

This program is for professionals with experience in the Victorian primary prevention sector, who are looking to move into a leadership role or with significant experience in aligned roles, who are interested in moving into primary prevention in Victoria.
This training is pitched at a senior level to those who have decision making responsibilities leading the embedding of MARAM in the organisational context. 

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered as interactive two x two and a half hour virtual sessions.
This training is suitable for professionals whose purpose of intervention is linked to family violence but not directly focused on family violence.

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered interactively as a one-day virtual session.
This training is suitable for all professionals who may identify family violence is occurring and who engage with people in a one-off‚ episodic or ongoing service environment and are in a position to identify or screen for family violence. 

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered interactively as a one-day virtual session.
This training is pitched at a senior level to those who have decision making responsibilities leading the embedding of MARAM in the organisational context. 

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered as interactive two x two and a half hour virtual sessions.
This training is only suitable for experienced family violence specialists who have extensive experience, and who have previously completed specialist CRAF training.

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered as interactive three x two hour virtual sessions.
This training is suitable for new family violence specialists and/or those who have not previously completed specialist CRAF training.

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered as interactive four x three hour virtual sessions over two days. 

 

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. 
Prevention in Practice is an interactive virtual course, based on recognised industry standards, providing the foundational knowledge and skills for prevention practitioners who are new to the sector. It includes a comprehensive introduction to prevention program design, from development to successful implementation.
This course will be delivered online in four x two and a half hour sessions over two days.
This three-hour virtual interactive training provides foundational knowledge in understanding family violence and responding to disclosures of family violence. It prepares participants to recognise indicators of family violence, ask questions and provide a safe, simple and sensitive response to a disclosure from an adult victim survivor experiencing family violence.
If you work in gender equality or primary prevention of violence against women then you’ve most likely experienced backlash and resistance. Dealing with it comes with the terrain and is a normal part of any social change. That doesn’t mean that figuring out how to navigate resistance isn’t challenging, and sometimes a bit scary.

Our training will give you the confidence to respond to resistance when it arises. From denial to backlash, to understanding why people might resist gender equality work, you’ll be equipped with the strategies and skills to create meaningful and sustainable change. 
This training provides a comprehensive overview to organisations who are leading this model in their workplace, to start conversations with staff and leadership teams, and identify best practice approaches for leading change across their organisation.
This event, co-hosted by Safe and Equal and Women with Disabilities Victoria (WDV), will showcase some of the ground-breaking resources WDV has developed in the prevention of violence against women space.

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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.
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.
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.
Are you passionate about creating a world free from violence against women but unsure where to begin?

If this rings true, then our new Introduction to Preventing Violence Against Women (PVAW) foundational course is the program for you. Build up your toolkit of information and strategies to take action in your workplaces and everyday life, or to kick start your career in preventing violence against women.
This training is suitable for professionals whose purpose of intervention is linked to family violence but not directly focused on family violence.

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered interactively as a one-day virtual session.
This training is suitable for all professionals who may identify family violence is occurring and who engage with people in a one-off‚ episodic or ongoing service environment and are in a position to identify or screen for family violence. 

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered interactively as a one-day virtual session.
This training is pitched at a senior level to those who have decision making responsibilities leading the embedding of MARAM in the organisational context. 

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered as interactive two x two and a half hour virtual sessions.
This training is only suitable for experienced family violence specialists who have extensive experience, and who have previously completed specialist CRAF training.

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered as interactive three x two hour virtual sessions.
This training is suitable for new family violence specialists and/or those who have not previously completed specialist CRAF training.

Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions you are registering for a course which will be delivered as interactive four x three hour virtual sessions over two days. 

 

Prevention in Practice is an interactive virtual course, based on recognised industry standards, providing the foundational knowledge and skills for prevention practitioners who are new to the sector. It includes a comprehensive introduction to prevention program design, from development to successful implementation.
This course will be delivered online in four x two and a half hour sessions over two days.
This three-hour virtual interactive training provides foundational knowledge in understanding family violence and responding to disclosures of family violence. It prepares participants to recognise indicators of family violence, ask questions and provide a safe, simple and sensitive response to a disclosure from an adult victim survivor experiencing family violence.
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.
If you work in gender equality or primary prevention of violence against women then you’ve most likely experienced backlash and resistance. Dealing with it comes with the terrain and is a normal part of any social change. That doesn’t mean that figuring out how to navigate resistance isn’t challenging, and sometimes a bit scary.

Our training will give you the confidence to respond to resistance when it arises. From denial to backlash, to understanding why people might resist gender equality work, you’ll be equipped with the strategies and skills to create meaningful and sustainable change. 
This training provides a comprehensive overview to organisations who are leading this model in their workplace, to start conversations with staff and leadership teams, and identify best practice approaches for leading change across their organisation.
PreventX - What’s Next? is the national conference for those who want to create change and prevent violence against women and family violence. This two-day conference is hosted by Safe and Equal, in partnership with Our Watch, a national leader in the primary prevention of violence against women and their children in Australia.  
Fast Track will help you advance your career by building your leadership and management skills. 

This program is for professionals with experience in the Victorian specialist family violence sector, who are looking to move into a leadership role or managers and senior workers in Victorian specialist family violence services (Tier 1) who are new to their roles and/or want to build their leadership and management capability.
Fast Track will help you advance your career by building your leadership and management skills.

This program is for professionals with experience in the Victorian primary prevention sector, who are looking to move into a leadership role or with significant experience in aligned roles, who are interested in moving into primary prevention in Victoria.

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