Domestic Violence Response Training

The myth that family violence is a private matter enables it to occur. Learn how to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence and what to do if you know someone is experiencing violence.

DV-alert

Our DV-alert training course can help participants to identify the different signs and forms of abuse that constitute domestic and family violence. It also educates participants on the "Cycle of Violence" and "Duluth wheels" – power and control, equality and empowerment. This training course is tailored to frontline workers or volunteers supporting the general community in the areas of heath, allied health, higher education and childcare.

 

The course also encourages participants to reflect on and share what they can do if they know someone who is experiencing domestic and family violence. This course also provides an opportunity to network with other individuals and receive helpful tools and references for domestic and family violence, support and referral.

As an accredited training program, DV-alert is mapped out against the unit of competency CHCDFV001: Recognise and respond appropriately to Domestic and Family Violence.  Participants who complete the training and assessment will receive a statement of attainment.

Training is provided on behalf of Lifeline Australia RTO 88036. 

DV-alert is proudly supported by the Department of Social Services.

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DV-aware

Our DV-aware Training Course is a three hour session that helps raise awareness around the issue of domestic and family violence. Participants will learn fundamental skills and tools that will guide you to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence and reflect on what you can do as an individual or group to prevent family violence. DV-aware is suitable for the general public to attend.

Training is provided on behalf of Lifeline Australia RTO 88036. 

DV-aware is proudly supported by the Department of Social Services.

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