MARAM Training

The Centre is pleased to be a MARAM training partner for the Department of Health (DH) and will be providing the following MARAM training for DH funded workforces:

  • MARAM Screening & Identification Training,
  • MARAM Intermediate Training, and
  • Putting MARAM Into Practice.

Putting MARAM Into Practice provides additional training to those participants who have completed Intermediate-level MARAM training, and expands the learning to include the following topics:

  • Advanced Case Notes and Documentation in a Family Violence Context
    Learn how to use case notes to keep the person using violence in view, as well as using case notes to help other practitioners build the victim-survivor’s capacity. You will also learn how to align terminology with MARAM’s evidence base, while keeping in mind the potential future use of the case notes in legal proceedings or viewed by V/S.
  • Techniques for Maintaining Engagement & Difficult Family Violence Conversations
    Explore why a victim-survivor may be reluctant to engage in a conversation about family violence and learn strategies to enhance victim-survivor engagement and to build a victim-survivor’s capacity to manage their risk as well as learning engagement techniques with clients at higher risk of disengagement.
  • Intermediate Risk Assessment & Management
    This practice-oriented workshop will work through several complex case studies to help practitioners sort through and prioritise evidence, and to make assessments of level of risk where information is incomplete or unclear.

MARAM Training

To learn more about this training, enrol or to register your interest, click the button below and you will be redirected to the Centre’s Learning Management System (LMS)

You will be prompted to register if it’s your first visit, or log in if you are a return user.  The appropriate MARAM training for your workforce will be highlighted on the LMS homepage. 

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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