MARAM Training 2020

MARAM Training 2020

TRAINING UPDATE

24/08/2020

The MARAM training is drawing to a close and all modules must be completed by the end of October. 

There are no further dates to commence the training for the AOD/MH/Hom workforce.

All participants should now be ensuring that they progress through and complete their final modules.

TRAINING UPDATE 12/08/2020

Training dates for October will be made available soon. 

All current training allocations for Module 1 AOD/MH/Hom have been filled. Please continue to monitor this webpage for updates of any additional dates.

Due to the volume of participants in the training we are unable to manage a waiting list.

TRAINING UPDATE 14/07/2020

Dates for September training have now been released (scroll down to below workforces for registration).

Please note that NO further dates for Module 1 training for AOD/MH/Hom or MCH will be available after Sep. You will be able to complete the remaining modules of your training until the end of October).

TRAINING UPDATE 22/06/2020

Training for all eligible DHHS funded agency workforce’s will continue until the end of October. New dates are released at the beginning of each month.

Due to the volume of participants for this training (approx. 6,500) we are unable to manage a waiting list or provide support for individual registrations.

Please note that places are strictly limited and participants should only book 1 space to allow others the opportunity to attend the training.

Please do not share Zoom meeting details or passwords with others. We will not be able to verify attendance and a Certificate of Completion cannot be issued.

Please continue to monitor this webpage for the release of new dates. We also provide updates via social media, the Sector Buzz and peak bodies.

TRAINING UPDATE 10/06/2020

New training dates for all workforce’s now released.

TRAINING UPDATE 17/03/2020

Following the Victorian Government’s social distancing regulations, the MARAM face to face training has been cancelled indefinitely. The MARAM training will now be delivered as webinar-based workshops:

MARAM Brief & Intermediate level training  for Child FIRST, Family Services, AOD, Homelessness and Mental Health workers will take place as four  modules of 2 hours.

MARAM Screening & Identification level training for Care Services will take place as three 2 hour modules.

MARAM Screening & Identification training for Maternal Child Health workers will take place as two one and a half hour long modules. 

PLEASE NOTE: even if you have previously registered for a face to face session, you will need to re-register for an online session. Links to the registration pages are below. 

The training will run until the end of October however places are strictly limited. Sessions book out fast so please continue to monitor this webpage for the release of new dates.

About these events:

The Centre, in partnership with the Department of Human Services (DHHS) is delivering MARAM training for those practitioners who have roles that align with responsibilities at the Screening and Identification level or Brief and Intermediate level for targeted workforces.  The training is provided at no cost.
 

This training will support practitioners to understand their responsibilities under this important new reform, including what it means for their day-to-day practice. 

The MARAM training is targeted to specific workforces:

MARAM Screening and Identification level training will be offered to Care Services (previously OOHC) and Maternal and Child Health workforces.

MARAM Briefing and Intermediate level training will be offered to the Child FIRST/ Family Services, Alcohol and Other Drug Services, Homelessness and Designated Mental Health workforces (Please note: Child FIRST practitioners in Orange Door services who have completed Comprehensive training are not required to attend this training).

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

Please note that anyone who has registered for this training who is not in one of the designated workforces 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: Please contact on mark.ryan@cfecfw.asn.au or (03) 9614 1577.

Click here for Alcohol and Other Drugs, Homelessness, and Designated Mental Health Services

Click here for ChildFirst and Family Services

Click here for Maternal and Child Health Services 

Click here for Care Services (formerly Out of Home Care)

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