Bystander Intervention Training
This half-day training introduces the principles of bystander intervention, and what this looks like in practice.
Our 3 hour training covers:
- Being able to identify disrespectful behaviour and interrupt safely
- How to have difficult conversations in a respectful way
- Identifying subtle behaviours that may lead to disrespectful messages
Talk to us further about what might work for your organisation. Call (03) 9487 4500 or email email@example.com
Working Safely With Men Who Use Family Violence – 2-day Training
This two-day training introduces the key principles and strategies for working safely with men who use family violence. It provides a detailed understanding of the dynamics of men’s family violence and builds practitioner skills in responding to the challenges and opportunities for working with men towards behaviour change.
The training covers everything practitioners need to know to be able to identify, assess and work with men using family violence in a safe, respectful and effective way.
- Maximum 30 places
- Fully catered (please indicate your dietary requirements)
- $450 for non NTV members (eligible for Associate NTV membership on completion of training)
- $300 for NTV members
Melbourne: 11 & 12 July – Register here
Sale: 6 & 7 August – Register here
Men’s Behaviour Change Refresher Training
This two-day training is aimed at Men’s Behaviour Change facilitators and partner contact workers. Participants will:
- Examine the MBC facilitator and partner contact worker relationship
- Reflect on their practice in this difficult area of work
Maximum 20 places
Fully catered (please indicate your dietary requirements)
$300 for NTV members organisation staff
Sale: 8 & 9 August – Register here
Graduate Certificate in Client Assessment and Case Management (Male Family Violence)
In conjunction with Swinburne University, we will be delivering the Graduate Certificate in Client Assessment and Case Management (Male Family Violence).
The Graduate Certificate in Client Assessment and Case Management (Male Family Violence) is designed for experienced practitioners in the health and/or community services sector. Students develop specialist knowledge and skills in their area of practice. On successful completion, students will have developed the skills to demonstrate autonomy, well-developed judgement, adaptability and responsibility.
For all commencement dates and enrollment information please click here.
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We can customise training to meet your organisation’s specific needs. Contact email@example.com to discuss training packages.