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Who should attend the training?

DVRCV will be delivering CRAF Risk Assessment Training (Practice Guide 2) and CRAF Specialist Training (Practice Guide 3) in the first half of 2016 across a number of regions in Victoria. This training is funded by the Department of Health and Human Services.

For access to eCRAF online training modules please visit The Lookout: your place for family violence information website, through the e-learning portal.

CRAF Materials and resources, including the Manual, training handbooks and video, are available on The Lookout: Your place for family violence information website.

CRAF Risk Assessment (Practice Guide 2)

This training assists professionals who work with victims of family violence and play a role in initial risk assessment, but for whom responses to family violence are not their only core business. This training is for:

  • maternal and child health nurses
  • general practitioners and other health care providers
  • teachers and education professionals
  • professionals who are working for a telephone helpline
  • HACC workers
  • Victoria Police members
  • Child Protection workers
  • disability service workers
  • Centrelink staff
  • Professionals working in mediation centres, court settings, community legal centre or housing and homelessness services

CRAF Risk Assessment training is a half day (4 hours) with morning tea provided.

Registration

Please click on the relevant session link to register.

These courses are very popular and tend to fill up quickly! If there are currently no sessions available in your region, please register your interest and we will notify you once new dates are set for that location.

 

CRAF Specialist Training (Practice Guide 3)

This training is aimed at family violence professionals who work with women and children who are victims of family violence. Practitioners will have advanced skills in engaging clients around family violence matters, safety planning and case management. These professionals have family violence responses as a designated part of their job role, or work in specialist family violence services. This training is for professionals who work within:

  • specialist women`s family violence services
  • men`s behaviour change programs
  • family violence counselling
  • a specialist family violence accommodation service
  • specialist family violence courts
  • Victoria Police (Family Violence unit/equivalent) 

CRAF Specialist training is a full day (7 hours) and is catered.

Registration

Please click on the relevant session link to register.

If there are currently no sessions available in your region, please register your interest and we will notify you once new dates are set for that location.

 


Need more information?

For further information or assistance contact the DVRCV Training Team on 9486 9866 or at training@dvrcv.org.au.