Prevention in Practice
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.
If you work in gender equality or primary prevention of violence against women then you’ve most likely experienced backlash and resistance. 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.
Small steps: Bystander action for equality
This new 4-hour bystander action course builds participants’ knowledge, skills, and confidence to be active bystanders and safely and effectively challenge the harmful attitudes that drive violence against women in their personal and professional lives.
Fast Track intensive leadership program - primary prevention
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.
PREVENTX ON DEMAND
The future-focused virtual conference hosted almost 300 delegates and featured over 50 speakers from diverse organisations around the country.
We are now offering access 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.
Prevention in Practice created a sound foundation for the primary prevention workforce. Feeling I belong to part of the field of practice/expertise is great. [I also liked] the exercises that sparked reflection conversations with other practitioners. It helped develop a shared language and understanding.
Prevention in Practice 2019