Domestic Violence

DV-Aware Training

Outcome: Participants learn how to recognise domestic and family violence and engage with someone who may be experiencing this in their life.

Session: Two hour face-to-face session with a qualified Lifeline trainer.  The course will be tailored to the specific needs of participants.

Resources: Handouts

Overview:

DV-aware is a domestic and family violence awareness training program designed to:

  • Raise awareness on the issue of domestic and family violence among various groups and communities
  • Provide a space where people can talk openly about their concerns and questions about domestic and family violence
  • Provide basic information on how to engage with someone who may be experiencing domestic and family violence.

The training is delivered by qualified, experienced Lifeline trainers. Participants receive a Statement of Attendance at completion of the course.

Topics covered:

Recognise:

  • What is Domestic and Family Violence
  • The Cycle of Violence
  • Duluth wheels.

Respond:

What can I do if I know someone who is experiencing domestic and family violence?

For more information please email: lifeline.training@uccommunity.org.au

 

DV-Alert Training (Domestic Violence Response Training)

Outcome: Participants obtain the knowledge and skills to recognise signs of domestic and family violence; respond with appropriate care; and refer to appropriate services. Participants assessed as competent will receive a Statement of Attainment.

Session: Two day face-to-face accredited workshop with two trainers available in three streams: General, Indigenous, Multicultural.

Resource: Comprehensive participant workbook.

For more information visit: http://www.dvalert.org.au

For more information please email: lifeline.training@uccommunity.org.au

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