22510VIC

Course in Identifying and Responding to Family Violence Risk

Help create a safer community for all

The Victorian state government has determined family violence to be its number one law and order challenge, and all universal service professionals are encouraged to undertake the course. This accredited course provides foundational knowledge required to identify the presenting risk of family violence. It focuses on how to ask about family violence and respond sensitively to a disclosure.


Delivery Mode


  • Online
  • Inclass

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Duration


The training is twelve hours in total, delivered over either three daytime or four evening classes, on either weekdays or Saturdays. You must attend all classes.

(Overall duration is 6 weeks)


Placement


There is no placement required for this course

Employment Outcomes

Pathways to further study

Units of Study

VU22733

Identify and provide initial response to family violence risk


VICSEG New Futures trading as New Futures Training TOID: 21203.

This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. Eligibility criteria apply.

We encourage individuals with disabilities to access our training.