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Two-Day Training: Preparing to Deliver Accredited Training in Identify and Provide Initial Response to Family Violence Risk

4th Mar 2020 - 15th Oct 2020
09:00 AM - 04:00 PM
VET Development Centre, Level 8 379 Collins Street Melbourne Victoria Australia 3000

Professional Development Program on Family Violence for the VET workforce

Description

The Victorian Department of Education and Training (DET) has funded the VET Development Centre (VDC) to coordinate professional learning for Vocational Education and Training (VET) teachers, trainers and assessors delivering family violence related courses.


The Preparing to Deliver Accredited Training in Identifyand Provide Initital Response to Family Violence Risk is a two-day training focused on preparing TAFE trainers to deliver family violence training to universal service providers, specifically the VU22733 ‘Identify and Provide Initial Response to Family Violence Risk’ Unit of Competency (which sits within the 22510VIC ‘Course in Identifying and Responding to Family Violence Risk’). The training is interactive and provides support to navigate the knowledge and skills required to deliver the unit. This includes preparing to safely deliver family violence training and respond to challenges that arise. It also covers approaches to delivering new practice areas under the Family Violence Multi-agency Risk Assessment and Management Framework (MARAM).

Topics Covered

  • Understanding MARAM and the Victorian sector context
  • Family violence knowledge - Developing a plan to maintain currency
  • Responding to family violence myths and common beliefs
  • Delivering family violence training safely
  • Setting up assessment safely and making reasonable adjustments
  • Responding to disclosures of family violence in the classroom
  • Responding to resistance in family violence training
  • Understanding needs of universal professionals
  • MARAM key practice area approaches:
    o Promoting victim survivor agency
    o Structured professional judgement & risk factors
    o Evidence-based risk factors
    o Intersectionality
    o Child-focused practice
    o Keeping perpetrators in view
    o Asking direct questions about family violence
    o Risk management & Collaborative practice
  • Worker wellbeing and closing sessions safely 

Learning Outcomes

 
  1. The participant understands requirements of the VU22733 ‘Identify and Provide Initial Response to Family Violence Risk’ unit of competency, relevant frameworks and the Victorian sector context
  2. The participant begins to understand their own knowledge and skill development required to maintain currency to deliver VU22733 ‘Identify and Provide Initial Response to Family Violence Risk’
  3. The participant understands what is required to safely and effectively prepare for and deliver family violence training to universal service providers
  4. The participant understands key approaches to the delivery of new practice areas under MARAM
  5. The participant has the ability to set up and maintain a safe learning environment for the delivery of accredited FV training and assessment
  6. The participant has the ability to respond to resistance, key myths and common beliefs that may arise when delivering training about family violence

Pre-requisites

Participants are required to read the MARAM Framework Document and MARAM Foundation Knowledge Practice Guide prior to attending a training module.

If you have not attended a face to face family violence and child information sharing schemes training session you need to complete an e-learn Module 2: Family Violence and Child Information Sharing Schemes, and an Introduction to MARAM.

Participants should also be familiar with the unit of competency VU22733 ‘Identify and Provide Initial Response to Family Violence Risk’, including the ‘Required Knowledge’ of the unit.

Audience

Skills First contracted training providers and Learn Local providers delivering family violence related courses.


Facilitators

DVRCV

DVRCV response training is developed and delivered with specialist, direct family violence experience and practice wisdom and our courses cover a range of topics including working with family violence and the workplace and tech-facilitated abuse to support victims/survivors of family violence, their family and friends and the professionals who support them for over 30 years.

Sessions

Time
Session
Duration
Cost
9:00 AM
  • 4 & 5 March (MELBOURNE CBD)

    Preparing to Deliver Accredited Training in Identify and Provide Initial Response to Family Violence Risk Two-Day Training

    DATES:  4 & 5 March

    TIME:    9.00am - 4.00pm

    VENUE: VET Development Centre
                   Level 8, 379 Collins Street
                   Melbourne VIC 3000

    31 hours
Time
Session
Duration
Cost
9:00 AM
  • 31 March & 1 April (Frankston)

    Preparing to Deliver Accredited Training in Identify and Provide Initial Response to Family Violence Risk Two-Day Training

    DATES:  31 March & 1 April

    TIME:    9.00am - 4.00pm

    VENUE: Chisholm Frankston Campus  
    Fletcher Road, Frankston VIC 3199 (Room location details TBA)

    31 hours
Time
Session
Duration
Cost
9:00 AM
  • 6 & 7 May (MELBOURNE CBD)

    Preparing to Deliver Accredited Training in Identify and Provide Initial Response to Family Violence Risk Two-Day Training

    DATES:  6 & 7 May

    TIME:    9.00am - 4.00pm

    VENUE: VET Development Centre
                   Level 8, 379 Collins Street
                   Melbourne VIC 3000

    31 hours
Time
Session
Duration
Cost
9:00 AM
  • 17 & 18 June (Geelong)

    Preparing to Deliver Accredited Training in Identify and Provide Initial Response to Family Violence Risk Two-Day Training

    DATES:  17 & 18 June

    TIME:    9.00am - 4.00pm

    VENUE: Deakin University Geelong Waterfront Campus
    1 Gheringhap St, Geelong VIC 3220 (parking and room location details to be sent a week before event)

    31 hours
Time
Session
Duration
Cost
9:00 AM
  • 22 & 23 July (MELBOURNE CBD)

    Preparing to Deliver Accredited Training in Identify and Provide Initial Response to Family Violence Risk Two-Day Training

    DATES:  22 & 23 July

    TIME:    9.00am - 4.00pm

    VENUE: VET Development Centre
                   Level 8, 379 Collins Street
                   Melbourne VIC 3000

    31 hours
Time
Session
Duration
Cost
9:00 AM
  • 12 & 13 August (Frankston)

    Preparing to Deliver Accredited Training in Identify and Provide Initial Response to Family Violence Risk Two-Day Training

    DATES:  12 & 13 August

    TIME:    9.00am - 4.00pm

    VENUE: Frankston (details TBC)

    31 hours
Time
Session
Duration
Cost
9:00 AM
  • 1 & 2 September (MELBOURNE CBD)

    Preparing to Deliver Accredited Training in Identify and Provide Initial Response to Family Violence Risk Two-Day Training

    DATES:  1 & 2 September

    TIME:    9.00am - 4.00pm

    VENUE: VET Development Centre
                   Level 8, 379 Collins Street
                   Melbourne VIC 3000

    31 hours
Time
Session
Duration
Cost
9:00 AM
  • 14 & 15 October (Geelong)

    Preparing to Deliver Accredited Training in Identify and Provide Initial Response to Family Violence Risk Two-Day Training

    DATES:  14 & 15 October

    TIME:    9.00am - 4.00pm

    VENUE: Deakin University Geelong Waterfront Campus
    1 Gheringhap St, Geelong VIC 3220 (parking and room location details to be sent a week before event)

    31 hours

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Melbourne
Victoria Australia 3000


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