DV-alert Domestic and Family Violence Response Training
Lifeline WA has been delivering the DV-alert program across WA since 2014. DV-alert is part of the National Plan to Reduce Violence Against Women and their Children and is fully funded by the Department of Social Services.
We have provided a summary below. Please visit the DV-alert website for more information.
Family and Domestic Violence Training for the Workplace
Within the population of women who have experienced violence, or are currently experiencing violence, the Australian Bureau of Statistics estimates that between 55% and 70% are currently in the workforce – that is, approximately 800,000 women, or around one in six female workers.
This means that a significant number of Australian workplaces will be impacted by women’s experiences of domestic and family violence.
- 2-hour DV-aware
- Customised session length and depth to suit requirements
Lifeline WA is a training provider for FDV training for Government departments. We provide an evidence-based foundation in family and domestic violence with DV-aware. We build on this foundation by exploring how managers, peer support staff and colleagues can recognise, respond, and refer within the workplace. The session is contextualised to the options available to Public Sector employees including leave and workplace safety planning.
- 3 hours
- 4 hours
- Virtual delivery option available
To book a course or make an enquiry about any training with Lifeline WA please click the enquiry form button and complete the prompts, we will get back to you within 48 hours. For general enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org