Face-to-face training for the Family Violence and Child Information Sharing Reforms and introduction to MARAM.

Family Safety Victoria and the Department of Education and Training are jointly working towards the roll out of an integrated training package focused on the family violence and child information sharing schemes with an introduction to MARAM. Approximately 4000 priority staff from across the workforces prescribed in Phase One (27 September 2018) will be invited to attend two-day, face-to-face, multi-disciplinary training. This training will commence on 8 October.

View the training dates and registration information here:

 

 

 

 

 

For more information visit our Information Sharing Reforms Page

or visit: www.vic.gov.au/infosharing

Email: ChildInfoSharing@edumail.vic.gov.au

Email: infosharing@familysafety.vic.gov.au

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