The 22510VIC Course in Identifying and Responding to Family Violence Risk provides an accredited training program and vocational outcomes for a person in universal services role to identify the presenting risk of family violence for universal service users and provide a response appropriate to the role of universal service professionals. This course also provides the foundational understanding of family violence and risk needed for further levels of specialisation.
Participants undertaking the course will be professionals who do not have family violence as a core function of their role. These professionals may encounter victim survivors (including children and young people) and perpetrators through their interactions with children, families and/or adults within their work at universal service organisations such as schools, early childhood, justice, community and health services, sport and recreation organisations and faith-based institutions. This course also provides the foundational understanding of family violence and risk needed for further levels of specialisation.
Pines Learning provides quality training in a supportive learning environment with modern facilities and small class sizes. All training is delivered by experienced and qualified trainers who are passionate about the industry.
Course Entry Requirements apply. Details can be found in Course Guide. See course downloads.
The next public course will commence on 2 March, 2021.
Classes will be held on Tuesdays, with pre-course work and theory assessment to be completed in between classes. The course consists of four classes, held every second Tuesday from 10am-2.00pm, followed by one session for in-class assessment.
Alternatively, this course can be held on site for employers wishing to train eight or more staff. Contact us to discuss options and costs for onsite training.
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This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. For this accredited course there is no requirement to be up-skilling in terms of your educational qualification. This means that if you already hold an Australian qualification at a Certificate III level or above you will still be eligible for funding for this accredited course.