NIFVS face-to-face training has been postponed until the end of August, but the following training is now available online.
Explore how to contribute to risk assessment and collaborate for ongoing risk management through respectful and sensitive engagement with victim survivors, information sharing, referral and secondary consultation.
This is not risk assessment training, but forms an integral component of the MARAM suite of training for professionals responding to family violence.
Responding to Family Violence During COVID-19 (Pre-recorded Webinar)
Identify family violence in the COVID-19 context, develop strategies to establish safety using technology, and partner with victim survivors to undertake effective safety planning.
Practitioners will explore their own self-care and find out how to stay up-to-date with changes in the service system.
This session will be useful for practitioners who come across adult victim survivors of family violence in the course of their work.
NIFVS trainers bring a diverse mix of relevant family violence experience and come from a range of sectors in the northern metropolitan region.
Find out more about our trainers.
Resisting Collusion with Male Perpetrators
Effectively identify, understand and resist invitations to collude with male perpetrators of family violence.
For professionals who have attended family violence training and who come across male perpetrators in their work. Family violence professionals who respond to victim survivors are also welcome to attend.
NIFVS also delivers fee-for-service training in Identifying Family Violence: Responding to Victim Survivors and Resisting Collusion with Male Perpetrators. To organise this training, fill in a training request form.