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The training provided by DVRCV aims to improve services to women and their children who experience family violence. Our training programs are suitable for a range of workers including those in family violence services and those practitioners in services who work with women and their children affected by family violence.

For more information, please contact us at training@dvrcv.org.au

Register for a course

You can register for courses by clicking on the relevant listing below. Please contact us if you need any assistance.

Course Calendar

A calendar of training courses we offer is published every six months (semester). 

Training Calendar for January to June 2017 (PDF)

All upcoming courses are also listed and available for registration below.

Tailored training

From February 2017, DVRCV will also deliver a range of training packages on a fee-for-service basis or tailor these training packages to suit your organisation's needs. To find out more about the kind of training packages that can be tailored to suit your organisations needs please see our course descriptions page. To express interest in booking customised training for 2017, please register your interest

15
Feb

Formerly known as 'Recognise and respond to family violence - including risk assessment'. This introductory course is for workers with no specific family violence work experience.

27
Feb

This training provides guidance and support for workplaces in developing organisational responses to family violence.

1
Mar

Formerly known as 'Introduction to domestic violence'. This four-day accredited course provides the basic skills, knowledge and understanding to work effectively with women and their children affected by family violence.

20
Mar

Wendy Bunston and team present this two-day training on how to work with infants and/or toddlers, as well as their families, who have experienced relational trauma.

29
Mar

This one-day program explains the importance of case notes in day-to-day family violence practice and legal processes.

27
Apr

This one-day program explores how digital technologies can be used both as a tool of abuse and to support women’s safety.

2
May

This workshop will explore the importance of challenging assumptions when working to change the outlook for women who have experienced family violence.

19
May

This training provides guidance and support for workplaces in developing organisational responses to family violence.

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