The Centre is uniquely placed to offer customised training for groups and organisations, to assist with their professional development.


We offer a range of topics which can be delivered via webinars and face-to-face workshops to suit your group’s learning needs. Our trainers are expert practitioners in their fields and bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to your learning.

Study Topic Themes Could Include

  • Domestic & Family Violence
  • Working with Men
  • Children
  • Sexual Violence
  • Research Methods

Helping local government recognise and respond to domestic and family violence.

The Mackay Regional Council experience

During Domestic Violence Prevention Month we delivered accredited training to a sector not traditionally seen as part of the domestic violence sector staff from local government.  Congratulations to Mackay Regional Council for undertaking our Recognise and respond appropriately to domestic and family violence two day workshop.  This partnership with Mackay Regional Council highlights the increasing recognition of the role all organisations can play in preventing and responding to domestic and family violence. Mackay Regional Council’s People and Culture team has taken the lead in developing key strategies to heighten awareness of domestic and family violence in workplaces, complementing the work of other parts of Council to broaden community awareness.

This course was pivotal in connecting our staff with the community strategy… We want everyone to help spread the message of zero tolerance and recognise that any aspect of violence, real or potential in the workforce will not be tolerated.”

Mr Rod Francisco

MANAGER PEOPLE + CULTURE, Mackay Regional Council

Where to from here?

Staff at the Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research welcome the opportunity to discuss how these learning options could respond to your organisation’s learning needs.  Please contact us for more information: