MARAM Update

Multi Agency Risk Assessment Management (MARAM) Practice Guidelines for working with victim survivors are set to be released in July 2019, with final edits from sector feedback being incorporated. NTV has provided feedback which aligns with Domestic Violence Victoria’s feedback, as part of our ongoing partnership. MARAM Practice Guidelines for working with men who use violence are still on the horizon for 2020.

Registration for MARAM training is now open from the 29th of April, with three face-to-face trainings being offered by DVRCV, progressively rolled out from May 2019.

To register for the training and find out more information please access the FSV website.

Are you an organisational leader who is unsure of your responsibilities relating to MARAM across your organisation? Please find the FSV resource that outlines the different MARAM responsibilities across workforces in line with the capability framework.

The three trainings offered by DVRCV are:

  • MARAM Leading Alignment training is prioritised and will be available from 7 May 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 will commence in June 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.
  • From July 2019, Comprehensive Newer Family Violence Specialist training will also be available
    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.
  • 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.