Do you currently work in a universal services role, but Family Violence is not your direct role? Do you want it to be? This course will help make that goal a reality.
This course is an accredited training program that will give you the skills to identify the presenting risk of family violence and provide an appropriate response to help those in need.
You’ll learn the foundational understanding of family violence risk needed for further level of specialisation as well as how to manage situations where you may encounter victim survivors (including children and young people) and perpetrators through interactions with children, families and/or adults at organisations such as schools, early childhood, justice, community and health services, sport and recreation organisations and faith-based institutions.
At the end of this course, you’ll be qualified to work in the family violence sector in an industry you’re already passionate about, helping those in need with your specialised skills.
Please note, participants undertaking the course will be professionals who do not have family violence as a core function of their role.
TimesTraralgon: 05/10/2022: Wednesday 9:30am - 2:35pm
Qualifications and RecognitionUpon successful completion of this course students will be eligible to receive the Course in Identifying and Responding to Family Violence Risk.
Opportunities for Further Study
Mandatory entry requirements
There are no entry requirements for the 22510VIC Course in Identifying and Responding to Family Violence Risk.
Learners enrolling in the 22510VIC Course in Identifying and Responding to Family Violence Risk are best equipped to successfully undertake the course if they have as a minimum, language, literacy and numeracy skills that align to Level 2 of the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF). The ACSF can be accessed from the education department’s website.
Learners with language, literacy and numeracy skills at a lower level than suggested will require additional support to successfully undertake the ‘course.
Recommended entry requirements
Due to considerations of time-release from the workplace, it is highly recommended that delivery to learners who are currently working in universal service organisations be via a blended learning mode. RTOs should also ensure that the face-to-face delivery volume reflects the employer’s capacity to release their employees from normal work duties.
Limitations to entry
Access to and ability to use technical equipment for online learning.
Specialist Course Information
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Sample course units
|VU22733 Identify and provide initial response to family violence risk|
Workplace documents including CRAF or MARAM, policies and procedures, observations. Online theory and resources. Written and oral questioning, third party reports, role plays with case studies.