MARAM Training for July and August is now available for registration for specialist services.
Family Violence Multi-Agency Risk Assessment and Management Framework (MARAM) training
There are five MARAM unaccredited training modules targeted to different responsibilities within currently prescribed organisations and services.
DVRCV will continue to deliver face-to-face training. Due to high demand further sessions of leading alignment and comprehensive renewing practice are now available:
- MARAM Leading Alignment training available from 10 July 2019:
This one-day training is suitable for organisational leaders, CEOs, Directors or senior managers across all organisations/agencies currently prescribed under MARAM. The training is pitched at a senior level to those who have decision making responsibilities and can influence practice change to embed MARAM in the organisational context. The training promotes an understanding of the MARAM Framework including key strategies and requirements such as practice, policies and procedures necessary to align with MARAM.
- Comprehensive Renewing Practice: CRAF to MARAM training available from 9 July 2019:
This one-day training focuses on working with victim survivors. This training is for professionals who work in a specialist capacity across the integrated service system. This training is only suitable for experienced family violence specialists who have extensive experience, and/or who have previously completed specialist CRAF training.
The third training module for newer family violence specialist will be available in the coming months:
- Comprehensive Newer Family Violence Specialist training:
This two-day training focuses on working with victim survivors. This training is for professionals who work in a specialist capacity across the integrated service system. This training is suitable for new family violence specialists/those who have not previously completed specialist CRAF training.
Registration for the newly released dates is now open – please see the MARAM and Information Sharing website for more information on the training modules and link schedule.
The remaining MARAM related training modules – Brief and Intermediate and Screening and Identification– are being tailored by departments and will be available later in 2019.
For further information about MARAM training please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions, comments or case studies to share relating to MARAM or the Information Sharing Schemes, please don’t hesitate to contact Ebony Westman – Practice Development Office Reform Implementation at email@example.com.