Develop an understanding of coercive control within the context of intimate partner violence so you can better support the peoples you work with, and help to shape a safer community for all.
Doing work where you support people who have been harmed by other people perpetrating violence, abuse, or oppression, can be a source of strength and enrichment. It can also be challenging for our minds, bodies and spirit.
An advanced level course in conducting risk assessments, planning for safety, and meeting obligations under the Family Safety Framework.
Domestic and family violence can be experienced by anyone. If you are in a leadership position in your workplace, this course will help you support the wellbeing of all employees by building your skills in responding to disclosures of domestic and family violence.
Explore how to initiate and maintain a trauma-informed conversation with victim-survivors who disclose domestic and family violence.
Build your foundational knowledge of domestic and family violence in an Australian context.