Responding to Disclosures in Prevention

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Gain the foundational knowledge of family violence to support you in your work. Understand the key considerations for responding to disclosures of family violence within prevention programs to support you in your work. 

This three-hour virtual interactive training will prepare you to recognise indicators of family violence, skills to provide a safe, simple and sensitive response to a disclosure from an adult experiencing family violence.

Your response to a disclosure of family or gender-based violence can support someone on their journey to safety.

We connect with a wide range of people in our prevention programs every day, and can open the door to conversations around family and gender-based violence and social change.

Opening conversations in non-judgmental and responsive environments, often creates a space where people feel comfortable to disclose an experience of family and gender-based violence. All people that have experienced violence, deserve to be heard, respected and supported.

It can feel overwhelming to receive disclosures of violence and not have the skills and practice in place to support someone.

Learn how to support and respond to disclosures within your work, by building your understanding and skills required to recognise the dynamics and indicators of violence, and respond effectively to disclosures. The training will explore different ways to build safety and support within the design and delivery of prevention activities.

We can all take meaningful steps to support victim survivors. 

Please see the scheduled dates below.

Waitlist: 
If these dates don’t align with your availability,  please join the waitlist here to be notified when new dates are available.  

Who is this for?

Prevention practitioners working across a range of settings, including, but not limited to delivering programs across educational settings (schools, TAFEs, and university settings) youth and community programs, local councils and sporting clubs.
  • In this training, you will learn:
  • the definition, dynamics and impacts of family violence
  • to recognise indicators and ask questions to identify family violence, as appropriate to their role
  • to safely provide a basic response to a victim survivor disclosing family violence
  • key safety principles and making effective referrals

Details

  • Cost: AUD $175
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • This training is delivered virtually via Safe and Equal's learning platform, Canvas

Upcoming dates

Responding to Disclosures in Prevention
Name Location Date Time Enrol
Name:
Responding to Disclosures in Prevention - Virtual - 26 June 2024
Location:
Online
Date:
26 June 2024
Time:
10:00 am - 01:00 pm
Name:
Responding to Disclosures in Prevention - Virtual - 20 November 2024
Location:
Online
Date:
20 November 2024
Time:
10:00 am - 01:00 pm

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