Domestic violence affects thousands of people in our community, one in three women has been a victim of violence at the hands of someone they know. CQUniversity is excited to invite expressions of interest for participants in the delivery of face-to-face training (workshop) of the accredited unit CHCDFV001 Recognise and respond appropriately to domestic and family violence. The workshop is to be held at the Mackay City Campus on the 21 & 22 of February 2017.
This unit of competency is part of the nationally recognised Community Services Training Package, and applies to health and community service workers, particularly those who may seek a Certificate Level Qualification.
Focusing on key elements:
- Adopt work practices that support interactions with those affected by domestic and family violence,
- Identify client’s needs, and
- Respond to client’s needs.
CHCDFV001 aims to support participants in developing or consolidating knowledge and skills necessary for recognising and responding to domestic and family violence during the course of their professional contact with individuals and families. The workshop encourages personal reflection and provides workers with practical resources and opportunities for collaboration with other professionals, so that they may respond more effectively to client’s or colleagues needs.
This unit is delivered through individual learning and a face-to-face workshop. The workshop will be delivered by Central Queensland University’s Associate Lecturer Judy Pidcock and sector training professionals.
A minimum of sixteen participants is required for this workshop to go ahead, so please register your interest by Friday the 3rd of February, 2017. Download the flyer here or call Colleen Gunning on (07) 4940 3348.
To register your expression of interest click here