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MARAM Training

The Centre was pleased to partner with the  Department of Health (DH) to deliver the below MARAM training to over 700 participants from health workforces:

  • MARAM Identification training – for new starters or those wanting MARAM refresher training – This training was for those with MARAM identification responsibilities including (but not limited to) maternal and child health nurses, Community Health Services, and general practitioners.
  • MARAM Intermediate Training – for new starters or those wanting MARAM refresher training – This training was for those with MARAM intermediate responsibilities including (but not limited to) alcohol and other drug workers, and the mental health and wellbeing workforce.
  • MARAM intermediate training for mental health and wellbeing clinicians – this two-hour training session was designed for all mental health and wellbeing clinicians with intermediate MARAM responsibilities in any role within the mental health and wellbeing sector.
  • Putting MARAM into Practice workshops x 3 – All were welcome to attend these workshops however, they were best suited to those who had completed the MARAM intermediate training and want to expand their learning.
    • Techniques for maintaining engagement and difficult family violence conversations – This workshop took a trauma-informed lens to the reasons why a person experiencing violence may not engage, or struggle to engage, or may even begin to disengage, when we try to work with them about violence they are experiencing.
    • Advanced case notes and documentation in a family violence context – This workshop helped practitioners align their case notes with MARAM’s evidence base and language, it helped practitioners to meet their legal obligations, and ensure their case notes have a positive impact on the person experiencing violence if they were to read them in future.
    • Intermediate risk assessment and risk management – Using detailed case studies and practical workshopping, this workshop tackled the challenges of helping a person experiencing violence build their confidence and capacity to manage their safety, and that of their family. It also built practitioners capability to undertake intermediate risk assessment and management.

Keep an eye on the Centre’s website for MARAM training available in 2024-25. If you would like to organise MARAM training specifically for your organisation (any organisation not just health workforces) – please email  – training@cfecfw.asn.au.

MARAM Resource Hub

The Centre has created the MARAM & Information Sharing to increase knowledge, confidence and capacity among child and family services, and allied sectors, to work collaboratively to contribute to positive practices for children and their families. 

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