Lifeline’s DV-alert (Domestic Violence Response Training) is a nationally recognised training program that enables health, allied health and community frontline workers to confidently:
• RECOGNISE signs of domestic and family violence (DFV)
• RESPOND with appropriate care
• REFER people experiencing or at risk of domestic and family violence to appropriate support services
The Nowra general workshop on April 20 & 21 is now open for applications at: www.dvalert.org.au
Who is eligible to attend?
• All health, allied health and community frontline workers
What is the cost of the training?
• The training fee is waived for health, allied health and community frontline workers.
• On top of that, Lifeline will cover reasonable costs of participants requiring travel, accommodation and staff backfill. Visit www.dvalert.org.au for more information
What are the benefits of the training?
• Statement of Attainment for the unit of competency CHCDFV001 - Recognise and Respond Appropriately to Domestic and Family Violence
• Points for professional development, specifically for nurses
• Opportunity to network with other frontline workers in the community
• Improved referral knowledge through increased knowledge of local resources and support
Please note that registrations for nationally recognised training (workshops and e-Learning) are subject to approval based on the DV-alert Participant Criteria.
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