The Ringwood Magistrates’ Court Specialist Family Violence Service invites you to participate in the: “Walk in Her Shoes Tour”
Join us for a tour of the Ringwood Magistrates’ Court. It is anticipated that you will gain a sense of the experience of applying for an intervention order and gain knowledge and understanding of the court process, including an overview of the support services available at court.
CHIA Vic is committed to improving the capacity of the community housing sector in Victoria by providing regular training and professional development courses on topics as diverse as defusing aggression and dealing with difficult calls through to understanding the Residential Tenancies Act.
We also create bespoke training courses to meet identified industry needs or the needs of individual workplaces. Our experienced trainers can deliver courses on-site or at our training facility in the CBD. If you would like to request a new training program, contact Holly Mullaney on 9654 6077.
This group offers a judgement free environment for people ready to make a change in their life.
ASIST is an evidence-based approach to suicide intervention, and is the most widely used and recognised suicide intervention framework. The two day workshop provides attendees with the skills to recognise when an individual is at risk of suicide, how to clarify that risk, enhance their immediate safety and link them to further help.
We’re helping professionals connect with better mental health support and approaches for infants, children and families.
The National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health is a workforce development initiative funded by the Australian Government. The project is led by Emerging Minds and delivered in partnership with the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS), the Australian National University (ANU), the Parenting Research Centre (PRC) and the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP).
The project has an Early Intervention and Prevention focus which aims to build workforce capacity to better support children and parents/carers and improve mental health outcomes of children aged 0 – 12 years.
Wodonga Institute of TAFE and the Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) offer the specialist homelessness sector training calendar.
The Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria is a Registered Training Organisation delivering family violence education to professionals from all areas at all levels, given by expert trainers with in-the-field experience.
EDVOS are offering FREE family violence training sessions to workers in the Eastern Metropolitan Region.
The 3R's of Family Violence is a 3 hr family violence training to teach professionals in mainstream settings how to:
CYMHS Community Seminars for Professionals interested in mental health.