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Free Domestic Violence Response Training

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Lifeline South Coast is pleased to be offering free Domestic Violence Response training.

This training is available in two streams;
- The accredited and nationally recognised two-day Domestic Violence Response training course, enabling community frontline workers to recognise, respond and refer people experiencing domestic violence.
- The non-accredited two-hour Domestic Violence Awareness session for all members of the wider community to learn more about identifying the signs of domestic and family violence and gaining tools around supporting and referring someone
to assistance.

Please see below for details of upcoming sessions in Wollongong and Kiama.

If you are working for a government or corporate organisation, contact Lifeline South Coast at training@llsc.org.au to find out how you can request for training for your staff.

Please note that places in the training sessions are limited. In order to determine whether you qualify to undertake the training and secure your place, please follow the relevant links below.

Applications are now open www.dvalert.org.au

Lifeline’s DV-alert* (Domestic Violence Response Training) is a national 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

2 day DV-Alert sessions are now open for registration
WOLLONGONG 1-2 December Apply now
Please note that registrations for nationally recognised training (workshops and e-Learning) are subject to approval based on the DV-alert Participant Criteria.

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

 

2 hour DV Aware sessions now open for registration
KIAMA 24th November Apply now

Who is eligible to attend?
• Any interested community member
What is the cost of the training?
• DV-alert is government funded, so the training fee is waived for people from the community to attend the session.
What are the benefits of the training?
• Greater understanding Domestic Violence
• Improved referral knowledge through increased knowledge of local resources and support
• Reflect on and share what they can do if they know someone who is experiencing domestic and family violence
• Have an opportunity to network with other individuals
• Receive tools and references for domestic and family violence support and referral

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