MARAM training: Working with adults using family violence
No To Violence (NTV) has announced that MARAM training is now available for practitioners who need to have an applied understanding of MARAM and Information Sharing in their roles when working with adults using family violence.
NTV works with Family Safety Victoria (FSV) to deliver the training in 2024. There are three levels of training available:
- Identification: focussed on working with adults using family violence, this training is suitable for all professionals who may identify family violence is occurring and who engage with people in a one-off, episodic or ongoing service. You can find available dates and link to register here.
- Intermediate: suitable for all professionals who have an intermediate role when working with adults using family violence in both non-specialist and specialist services. You can find available dates and link to register here.
- Comprehensive: suitable for professionals requiring a specialist level of skill, knowledge and expertise in family violence practice with adults using family violence. Professionals who should attend this training include those providing specialist adult using family violence intervention services and programs. Examples include adult using family violence case management, behaviour change programs, crisis response services, specialist targeted programs, The Orange Door, or any other response that works with adults using family violence in a specialist capacity. You can find available dates and link to register here.
People are encouraged to attend the MARAM Victim Survivor training first. All training is currently offered online, but you can contact NTV at MARAM@ntv.org.au if you require in-person sessions.
(Source: No To Violence website)