Domestic Violence Awareness Training
Lifeline Ballarat is pleased to offer Domestic Violence Awareness Training
DV-alert (Domestic Violence Response Training) is Lifeline's free nationally recognised training program that enables health, allied health and frontline workers to confidently:
Recognise signs of domestic and family violence
Respond with appropriate care
Refer people experiencing or at risk of domestic and family violence to appropriate support services
These workshops are for health, allied health and community frontline workers in Australia. One of the priorities of the National Plan to Reduce Violence Against Women and their Children is to ensure that services meet the needs of women and children experiencing violence. DV-alert aims to build the knowledge and capacity of community frontline workers to provide appropriate support to women and children.
General DV Alert
Government funded DV Alert workshops through Lifeline Ballarat should be offered again from July 1 2019.
Please check the DV Alert website for government funded DV Alert training programs offered in Victoria.
Contact us if your business, organisation or community group would like to arrange a DV-alert workshop. This will be a fee for service arrangement. We are happy to provide a competitive quote for your organisation. E: [email protected] or P: 03 9051 7471
DV-alert session information
Financial assistance to assist with costs for travel, accommodation and staff backfill to attend a DV-alert workshop
Designed for health, allied health, higher education, childcare frontline capacity and community frontline workers supporting culturally and linguistically diverse communities, the Multicultural DV-alert workshop enables participants to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence, respond appropriately and refer the case if necessary in these communities.
Multicultural DV-alert workshops are delivered in partnership InTouch a recognised multicultural service provider in Victoria.
During the two-day practical workshop, you'll learn how to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence, how to respond to someone experiencing domestic and family violence and what best practice methods should be used to refer multicultural women on to the most appropriate support service.
To be eligible to attend, participants must work or volunteer in a health, allied health, community, education, childcare frontline capacity supporting Multicultural communities.
A 2-hour awareness session that raises awareness of domestic and family violence. The following DV Aware sessions are free to participants as they are funded by the Department of Social Services.
Domestic Violence Awareness session information.
Contact us if your business, organisation or community group would like to arrange a DV-aware workshop. This will be a fee for service arrangement. We are happy to provide a competitive quote for your organisation. E: [email protected] or P: 03 5322 4996