Safer Families is a professional development program that supports community legal centre lawyers to provide high quality, effective advice and representation to clients experiencing family violence.
Critical Legal Issues Map Training is designed for specialist family violence practitioners and other practitioners working with clients affected by family violence, as they are often the first point of contact for those experiencing family violence.
The foundation level training covers legal essentials in family violence, family law and child protection law, with a focus on early identification of legal issues, the provision of legal information and referral for legal advice.
The advanced level training is for practitioners providing ongoing support and case planning, and covers legal processes and their complex interactions in more depth. To be eligible for this training, you must either have participated in the Foundation level training and/or have basic knowledge about family violence law, family law and child protection law.
Further foundation and advanced sessions will be scheduled for 2021-2022. To be notified of future sessions, click here.
Our Women and the Law training program is specifically designed for family violence support and community health practitioners. It aims to help practitioners identify potential legal issues their clients might be facing and confidently provide accurate legal information to them.
For more information give us a call on 03 8622 0600.
Our Education and Engagement team can design and deliver specialised training programs based on your organisation’s specific objectives and requirements.
We currently offer training and professional development in the following areas:
We can also tailor something specifically for your team. To find out more, contact us on 03 8622 0600.
Over the past four years, more than 6,000 people have attended our education, training and professional development sessions.
Some of our clients include: