DV-alert awareness sessions are a two hour interactive presentation where individuals and groups can talk about the issue of Domestic and Family Violence and what you can do to help make a difference.
At the end of the session you will be able to:
- recognise the different signs and forms of abuse
- respond with the skills and support to help
- refer to appropriate services
DV-Alert Training (Domestic Violence Response Training)
Lifeline’s FREE 2 day DV Alert accredited training courses are conducted across Queensland and Northern Territory. The course is a valuable training opportunity as it is specifically designed for health, allied health, education, childcare, and community frontline workers.
As the course is FREE to attend there is eligibility requirements, which is based on participants who work or volunteer in the respective areas of health, allied health, education, childcare, and community services in a frontline capacity supporting the general community in their roles.
During the two-day practical workshop, participants will learn how to:
- recognise the signs of domestic and family violence
- respond to someone subjected to domestic and family violence, and
- what best practice methods should be used to refer people on to the most appropriate support service
DV-alert is available in various nationally recognised training streams:
- General Workshops
- Indigenous Workshops
- Multicultural Workshops
- Settlement Services Workshops
- Tailored Workshops
- Working with Women with Disabilities Workshop
- E-Learning Course
For more information on the different streams go to: www.dvalert.org.au or to find a workshop near you and register: http://www.dvalert.org.au/workshop/workshop-landing-page then click on the “2 Day workshops” button.
If you have any questions relating to our courses, please contact Simone on P: 4153 8410 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org