17 June 2021
DV-alert is domestic violence response training, a free nationally accredited training program designed for health, allied health, education, childcare, and community support frontline workers. Trainings are delivered by Lifeline centres across Australia.
At the completion of the 2-day workshops participants will be issued with a Statement of Attainment for the unit of competency, CHCDFV001- Recognise and respond appropriately to domestic violence. Find out more.
These are the remaining workshop listings.
|21-June||Complex Forms of Violence*||Hobart||Enrol|
|29 – 30 June||Working with Women with Disability||Launceston||Enrol|
Frontline workers play an essential role in recognising the signs and supporting those who may be experiencing, or have experienced, domestic and family violence. By equipping frontline workers with skills and knowledge about domestic violence, we can help shed light on an often hidden issue in our communities.