Domestic Violence–Informed Practice for Registrars
This sector-specific, skills-based training package includes a curated combination of our high quality e-courses PLUS three focused 4-hour virtual sessions facilitated by our expert staff and faculty.
The Family Court of Australia has made significant efforts to ensure that the family court process is sensitive and responsive to domestic violence. This training is designed to help Registrars take the next steps in their practice. It uses a Model that has been adopted by many child serving agencies in Australia and internationally—the Safe & Together Model—a domestic violence assessment and case management Model designed specifically with the goal of improving practice in the context of domestic violence and children.
In this unique package, we combine three foundational eCourses with two 3-hour, instructor-led practice sessions to enhance the skills of family consultants in applying the Safe & Together Model to day-to-day skills, including how to use the language of the perpetrator pattern-based approach to improve assessments, family reports, and recommendations to the court.
Access to three pre-learning eCourses PLUS three 4-hour recorded practice training sessions:
This Practice Training Bundle includes
Introduction to the Model
This course provides an introduction to the Safe & Together Model and its framework for partnering with domestic violence survivors, intervening with perpetrators, and enhancing child safety.
Pathways to Harm
This course presents a comprehensive assessment lens for identifying the impact of a domestic violence perpetrator's behaviors on child and family functioning.
Intersections: DV, Substance Abuse & Mental Health
This course introduces an intersections framework to complex cases that helps to increase perpetrator accountability, enhance our understanding of adult and child survivors, and improve our ability to diagnosis and treat each member of the family.
Three Recorded Practice Trainings
These instructor-led recorded practice training sessions look at applying the Safe & Together Model to day-to-day skills, including how to use the language of the perpetrator pattern-based approach to improve assessments, family reports, and recommendations to the court.