New MARAM e-learn Packages Available
New MARAM training modules are available for Department of Families Fairness and Housing, Department of Health workforces and sector funded organisations on the WOVG website via https://elearn.childlink.com.au/
Family Violence Foundation eLearn Module
This stand-alone 30-minute module has been developed for practitioners who have limited family violence knowledge, or they might be new to working with people who have experienced family violence. It covers understanding and recognising family violence, using an intersectional lens and the practitioner’s role in responding to family violence.
MARAM eLearn Training for Screening and Identification of Victim Survivors
This new family violence course is for practitioners who work with victim survivors and have a Screening and Identification role under MARAM. It is tailored to Department of Families Fairness and Housing and Department of Health workforces and sector funded organisations. The course has three 30-minute modules.
MARAM Brief and Intermediate eLearn Course for Practitioners Working with Victim Survivors
This new eLearn Course is available for practitioners with Brief and Intermediate responsibilities under MARAM. It is tailored to Department of Families Fairness and Housing and Department of Health workforces and sector funded organisations. The course has three 30-minute modules.
To access the eLearn courses:
- Go to https://elearn.childlink.com.au/
- Sign up for an account (if you do not have one)
- Select ‘Health Workforces’ (DOH) or ‘Families Fairness and Housing Workforces’ (DFFH)
Select the eLearn course you would like to enrol in. Select ‘Enrol me’.
A range of training and eLearn courses have been developed through the Strengthening Hospital Responses to Family Violence (SHRFV) initiative.
These resources have been tailored for practitioners working with victim survivors in hospital settings. For more information, go to: https://www.thewomens.org.au/health-professionals/clinical-resources/strengthening-hospitals-response-to-family-violence.
(Source: Family Safety Victoria, 14.1.22)