ANROWS and Stopping Family Violence Inc. warmly invite you to hear, reflect and discuss findings from the upcoming ANROWS Research Report Evaluation readiness, program quality and outcomes in Men’s Behaviour Change Programs (MBCP). This interactive four part workshop led by Rodney Vlais, will provide an opportunity for participants to discuss a range of topics.
Download ANROWS Workshop Invitation
Domestic violence-informed child welfare practice requires skills in assessment, interviewing, documentation and case planning. Safe & Together Institute’s CORE Training offers four days of experiential
classroom training in these foundational skills.
While focused on child welfare, this course is for anyone who works with children and families. There are only 40 seats available. Click here for more information and registration.
Indigenous Family Violence is a national issue that requires the involvement of many
stakeholders across the country to overcome. The 5th Annual Overcoming Indigenous Family Violence Forum brings together representatives from government, police and legal services, not-for-profit, community organisations, family violence support services and shelters. They all have a vital role to play in tackling the menace of family violence which has and continues to afflict the lives of many men, women and children in the indigenous community. Visit the website or download the Overcoming Indigenous Family Violence Forum Perth 2019 Brochure
Ruah Community Services, Justice and Family Services is offering the women’s refuge service system and the men’s behaviour change service system, a free two-hour workshop on Compassion Fatigue.
The workshop is based on the work of Barbara Stamm’s model of Professional Quality of Life (ProQol) and includes a pragmatic toolkit for staff and supervisors.
Compassion Fatigue Workshop Flyer