Introduction to Working Safely With Men Who Use Family Violence – 2 day training
Intensive two day training to support community sector workers with clients who use male family violence.
• Unpacking the gendered drivers of men’s family violence
• Understanding work practices that avoid collusion and invite accountability and change
• Evolving your practice to consider risk and safety with a victim survivor-centred response
• Fostering deliberate self-reflection in managing responses
No to Violence has been working with men who use family violence for 25 years. This two-day training for client-facing staff in a variety of community service roles, introduces the key principles and strategies for working safely with men who use family violence. It provides a detailed understanding of the drivers and dynamics of men’s family violence and builds practitioner skills in responding to the challenges and opportunities for working with men towards behaviour change with every interaction.
• Fully catered (please indicate your dietary requirements)
• $450 + gst for non No to Violence members
• $300 + gst for No to Violence members
12 -13 August 2019: Bendigo – Register here
For enquiries or to request an invoice: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Only those that have sent a completed membership application form to email@example.com, may book at this price
Active Bystander Training
Everyday conversations challenging the gendered drivers of men’s family violence.
• Identifying subtle and complicit reinforcement of sexist beliefs in everyday conversations
• Practical skills for inviting reflection and change
• Hands-on, interactive activities that put theory into action
This primary prevention training unpacks the gendered drivers of family violence, explores how gender inequality is reinforced through ordinary interactions, and how we can all contribute to social change.
This 3 hour training is suitable for the general public and workplaces wanting to improve their culture.
Talk to us further about what might work for your organisation. Call (03) 9487 4500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: This training is not targeted for practitioners who work with men who use family violence. Instead, please see our two day training above.
Graduate Certificate in Client Assessment and Case Management (Male Family Violence)
Swinburne University of Technology (RTO Code 3059)
This course incorporates men’s family violence experiential learning, deeply reflexive practice and evidence-based models and is focused on enhancing group facilitation practice in Men’s Behaviour Change groups for men who are using family violence.
Key areas that are covered include:
- Facilitation micro skills and group theory
- Collaborative model of intervention
- Theoretical frameworks that underly Men’s Behavioural Change group work
- Promoting and managing diversity and inclusion
- Enhancing the safety of women and children who are affected by men’s use of family violence
There are a number of assessment tasks involved as well as a required completion of a 20-week student placement. These assessments reflect the core learning areas of the program.
Register your expression of interest for the next intake, commencing in February 2020, via email@example.com.
We can customise training to meet your organisation’s specific needs. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss training packages.