An advanced level course in conducting risk assessments, planning for safety, and meeting obligations under the Family Safety Framework.

Take your professional practice to a new level with our risk assessment and safety management course, designed for experienced practitioners who provide support to adult victim-survivors of domestic and family violence.

This in-depth course will assist you to:

•    Understand the purpose of assessing for risk in domestic and family violence
•    Identify factors that indicate risk of serious harm or death in domestic and family violence
•    Understand South Australia’s multi-agency response to risk – Family Safety Framework
•    Engage people in conversations to assess risk
•    Conduct a risk assessment
•    Make a referral to Family Safety Meeting
•    Respond to risk through safety management strategies
•    Understand key principles to document risk and safety

For specialist domestic and family practitioners or practitioners who regularly work with vulnerable families and/or adult victim-survivors of domestic and family violence.
Tuesday June 4, 9:30 am – 4:00 pm (Day 1) ; Wednesday 9:30 am – 1:00 pm (Day 2)
Prior Knowledge:
Foundational knowledge and skills in recognising and responding to domestic and family violence.
10 hours (over two days)