DFV Awareness Training

Course Overview

Domestic and family violence is a major national health and welfare issue in Australia that can have lifelong effects for survivors. One in four women and one in thirteen men have experienced violence by an intimate partner. Nationwide lockdowns throughout the recent pandemic have led to an unprecedented spike in reported cases.

This training program is designed to provide the necessary skills to be able to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence situations and respond accordingly.

Units of Competency:

CHCPRP003 - Reflect and Improve Own Professional Response

CHCDFV001 - Recognise and Respond Appropriately to Domestic and Family Violence

 

 

  • Recognise the signs of domestic and family violence (DFV)
  • Build active listening skills
  • Increase emotional intelligence
  • Legal and ethical considerations for workers with clients affected by DFV
  • Adopt work practices that support interactions with those affected by DFV
  • Identify client needs and use interpersonal skills to help generate confidence
  • Recognise, respond, and refer 

19th and 20th January 2022

For a full list of course prices as well as funding options and more course information please contact us on 4969 7544.

How to Enrol - Find out how to enrol.

Payment Options - Complete the enquiry form or call 4969 7544 to learn more about payment options and course fees.

Course Details

Location:

Broadmeadow or via Zoom

Delivery Modes:

Face-to-Face | Online via Zoom | At Your Workplace (please contact us to discuss this option)

Duration:

2 days - appprox 8 hours per day

At completion of this course you will receive a Statement of Competency for nationally accredited units: CHCPRP003 and CHCDFV001. 

RTO NUMBER 31269