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Recognise and Respond Appropriately to Domestic and Family Violence Skill Set

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Be better informed about Domestic and Family Violence and help raise awareness of the issues involved

Expand your knowledge and skills and help recognise situations where people are experiencing domestic and family violence, and develop core skills and knowledge in offering support.

If you are working or volunteering in a community service context and wish to learn more about domestic and family violence and how to provide immediate intervention and support this skill set will give you the knowledge you need.

  • Learn  work practices supportive of  people affected by domestic and family violence
  • Develop skills in Identify client needs
  • Learn how to Respond to client needs

It is recommended that students be over 18 years of age, or have experience in the Community Service industry.

You'll need access to workplace or simulated workplace environment with the opportunity for interaction with others. This may be on campus, in a workplace or via videoconference tools.

Note: this course will run with sufficient enrolments.  Course duration is 9 weeks.

If your organisation would like our lecturing staff to deliver this skill set to a group of staff members or clients, please use the Get help form below to make enquiries. We can customise delivery and duration to suit your needs.

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