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MARAM Brief and Intermediate Level training for VACCA staff– closed VACCA webinar sessions led by CFECFW and co-facilitated with VACCA FV Initiatives team members

Tuesday April 20, 10:00 am - Tuesday June 15, 12:00 pm

Virtual Event
Funded

MARAM Brief and Intermediate training has been converted from one full day of face-to-face delivery into four 120 minute online modules.

You can register for all four modules below.

There are four dates available for each module; please select a date for each module by clicking on the “+” button (you should have four tickets in your cart at the end). 

 

The Department of Families, Fairness and Housing (DFFH) in partnership with the Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare is delivering MARAM training for those practitioners who have roles that align with the responsibilities at the Brief and Intermediate level of MARAM for VACCA workforces.

This training will support practitioners to understand their responsibilities under this important new reform, including what it means for their day-to-day practice. Training is provided at no cost.

Topics covered across the four training modules include:

  • Effective Engagement: Foundational knowledge, Structured Professional Judgement Model, Child voice
  • Identification of family violence risk: Intermediate risk assessment, risk levels, information sharing
  • Prioritisation: Intermediate risk management, secondary consultation, safety planning
  • Service delivery: Collaboration, information sharing, ongoing risk assessment and management, referral pathways.

All four modules must be completed in order to receive a certificate of completion. 

If you require further guidance on your alignment at an Intermediate level, please see the MARAM responsibilities: Decision Guide for organisational leaders.

Topics covered in training module include:

  • Effective Engagement: Foundational knowledge, Structured Professional Judgement Model, Child voice
  • Identification of family violence risk: Intermediate risk assessment, risk levels, information sharing
  • Prioritisation: Intermediate risk management, secondary consultation, safety planning
  • Service delivery: Collaboration, information sharing, ongoing risk assessment and management, referral pathways.

Please note that anyone not in a role with VACCA may have their registration reviewed. If you have questions about this or special circumstances you wish the facilitators to consider, please contact the team. Further information on MARAM training for other workforces.

Contact: maram-admin@cfecfw.asn.au or (03) 9094 3507

Tickets

The numbers below include tickets for this event already in your cart. Clicking "Get Tickets" will allow you to edit any existing attendee information as well as change ticket quantities.
Module THREE May 18th 10am-12pm
MARAM Module THREE, May 18th 10am-12pm
$ 0.00
0 available
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Module THREE May 21st, 2pm-4pm
MARAM Module THREE, May 21st 2pm-4pm
$ 0.00
0 available
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Module THREE May 27th, 2pm-4pm
MARAM Module THREE, May 27th, 2pm-4pm
$ 0.00
0 available
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Module THREE May 28th, 2pm-4pm
MARAM Module THREE, May 28th 2pm-4pm
$ 0.00
3 available
Module FOUR June 3rd, 2pm-4pm
MARAM Module FOUR, June 3rd 2pm-4pm
$ 0.00
0 available
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Module FOUR June 8th 10am-12pm
MARAM Module FOUR, June 8th 10am-12pm
$ 0.00
0 available
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Module FOUR June 10th, 10am-12pm
MARAM Module FOUR, June 10th 10am-12pm
$ 0.00
0 available
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Module FOUR June 15th, 2pm-4pm
MARAM Module FOUR, June 15th 2pm-4pm
$ 0.00
4 available

Details

Start:
Tuesday April 20, 10:00 am
End:
Tuesday June 15, 12:00 pm
Cost:
Funded
Event Category:
Watch

Venue

Australia
Phone:
03 9614 1577

Other

Audience
Customised Workshop
Duration
2.0 Hrs
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