Settlement DV-alert workshop

27-Mar-2017

Domestic Violence Response Training

Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 April

33-38 Innovation Drive, Dowsing Point

This is a unique opportunity to participate in a series of nationally recognised training workshops that are specifically aimed at frontline settlement workers to receive specialised domestic and family violence response training in an effort to effectively support new arrival communities. 

Lifeline Australia RTO 88036, in partnership with the Settlement Council of Australia, is holding a Settlement DV-alert workshop in Hobart, Tasmania, which will be held on 10th and 11th April 2017.

The training is aligned to the Unit of Competency - CHCDFV001. The training is FREE for frontline settlement services workers. Financial assistance for travel, accommodation or backfill is provided by Lifeline for those who are required to travel a significant distance. See financial assistance guidelines for conditions here.

This workshop is strictly limited to 20 participants. Make sure you don’t miss out!

For the purposes of this training you are referred to as a ‘student’ in order to complete the assessment requirements and be eligible to receive the Statement of Attainment certificate.

Please note: Registration requires you to create an account first and then asks you to fill out your details. Please follow the prompts carefully.

More information and Register for training

Domestic Violence Response Training website | Aniela (02) 6282 8515 or anielap@scoa.org.au | No media download found.


The Phoenix Centre, a program of the Migrant Resource Centre (Southern Tasmania), receives funding from the Crown, through the Department of Health and Human Services, to provide the Tasmanian Transcultural Mental Health Network

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