Training Opportunities

 

MARAM Collaborative Practice training now available in the west!

Register for this important training now

 
 

MARAM Collaborative Practice Training - 21 November 2019

9.30am - 4.00pm Cost: Free

Venue: Seaview Events Centre, Williamstown

MARAM Collaborative Practice Training - 25 November 2019

9.30am - 4.00pm Cost: Free

Venue: Caroline Springs Library

 
 

MARAM Collaborative Practice Training - 2 December 2019

9.30am - 4.00pm Cost: Free

Venue: Sunshine Convention Centre

MARAM Collaborative Practice Training - 9th December 2019

9.30am - 4.00pm Cost: Free

Venue: Caroline Springs Library

 

2020 dates soon to be released

FURTHER MARAM TRAINING

The MARAM Collaborative Practice Module forms an integral component of the MARAM suite of training for professionals responding to family violence.

Renewing Practice from CRAF to MARAM

1 day training for professionals who have extensive experience and have previously completed specialist CRAF training

Dates: September - December 2019

mARAM Family Violence Foundational Knowledge e-learning

* Currently being developed

MARAM Comprehensive Risk and Assessment and Management

2 day training for new family violence specialists and/or those who have not previously completed specialist CRAF training

Dates: September - December 2019

MARAM Perpetrator practice guidelines

* Currently being developed

Family Violence and Child Information Sharing Schemes & an Introduction to MARAM

Workers who have not attended Information Sharing training are required to complete the following e-learn module before attending any of the MARAM comprehensive training modules

MARAM Organisational Embedding Guidelines

* Currently being developed

MARAM Risk Identification and screening

* Available in 2020

MARAM brief & intermediate Training

* Available in 2020

OTHER Upcoming SECTOR Training Opportunities

WIFVC and sector Events can be found here

University of Melbourne online Domestic and Family Violence Course

8 week online graduate subject ‘Domestic and Family Violence’

Dates: October - December 2019

Ice Education for the Health & welfare sector

Free training available for frontline workers across Victoria. A range of dates and locations available.

Dates: September - November 2019

supporting women in the sex industry & women trafficked for sexual exploitation

Free training to enhance knowledge and skills in Wyndham & surrounds.

Dates: 6 December & 27 February 2020

WIRE - Dealing with difficult calls workshop

The WIRE will run 3 hour workshops on dealing with difficult calls for phone-based workers.

Date: 26 November 2019

Gender Equity Victoria - Scholarships for Practitioners

Eligible prevention of violence against women and gender equity practitioners to complete the current Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

SECTOR TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria

A range of training modules available in 2019

InTouch Training

Training in culturally responsive practice around family violence and working with CALD communities

No to Violence

A range of high quality training packages which reflect their position as the only organisation Australia wide that specialises in responding to men’s family violence

Women’s Information and Referral Exchange (WIRE)

Professional development training opportunities

Women’s Health Victoria

Delivers a range of gender equity training and professional development workshops for individuals and workplaces.

Elizabeth Morgan House

Training around effective working partnerships between Koori and mainstream services and an introduction to Safety Planning

The Lookout

Training for people who work in specialist family violence services

Women’s Legal Service

Training around supporting your client through family violence - intervention orders

DV-alert

Domestic and family violence response training to build capacity in frontline workers within universal services for whom family violence is not a core function of their role

ShantiWorks

Workshops, training and workplace development services to meet specific individual and organisational requirements and goals

Safe & Together Institute

Offering multiple levels of progressive training in domestic violence informed practices and process change

The Bouverie Centre

An array of short courses for professionals

ONLINE RESOURCES