Increase your skills and understanding of how to identify and respond to family violence risk

This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge required to provide an initial response to family violence risk. You will learn how to use interpersonal skills to engage sensitively with victim survivors, how to identify family violence risk and how to respond including screening, risk assessment, risk management, information sharing and referral.

TIMETABLE:
The course is delivered in a blended format including 3 workshops, online self-paced learning and assessment.


Please note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing requirements, to continue your learning journey, this program will be delivered remotely where possible.

Participants will be required to engage with learning material online and via video conferencing software rather than attend classes.  Refer to our COVID-19 Online Service Standards for details of minimum technical requirements and support available. While it is expected that the course duration will remain unchanged, it may be necessary to extend the completion date if circumstances change. Chisholm will be monitoring the situation closely and inform of any changes if the duration of a course is extended.

Visit our Coronavirus page for up-to-date information.

If you have any queries regarding course delivery please contact our student information centre on 1300 244 746 or enquiries@chisholm.edu.au.


Course code
22510VIC
Delivery location
Dandenong, Frankston
Online
Not available Online
International
Not available for International students
Length
Full Time, 12 weeks.
Start dates
April and July 2022

Nationally Recognised Training logoChisholm is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and provides Nationally Recognised Training (NRT). This means you can be assured that our training will provide you with a qualification that is recognised and respected across Australia.

Chisholm courses are subject to minimum and maximum group numbers. Courses may be cancelled or postponed if minimum numbers are not achieved by the start date of the course. Courses may close prior to the start date if the maximum numbers are reached. In that situation, eligible applicants will be offered a place in the next available intake.