15 min

Family and Domestic Violence Training Course

In just 15 minutes, learn how to effectively address and respond family and domestic violence with our online training course.

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Family and Domestic Violence
Online Training Course

Australia & New Zealand

Family, domestic, and sexual violence is a significant global health and welfare problem. It happens to people of all ages, backgrounds, and economic levels, but it primarily impacts women and children. Indigenous women, young women, and pregnant women are especially vulnerable.

Facts you must know about family and domestic violence

  • Intimate partner violence is the major cause of death, disability, and illness in women aged 15-54.
  • 1 in 4 Australian women face violence from their partners.
  • Almost every week, a woman in Australia is killed by a current or former partner.
  • In one out of every three reported family violence cases, children are there.
  • Aboriginal women are 35 times more likely to face hospitalisation from family violence.

Family and Domestic Violence Training Course Overview

This course on family and domestic violence teaches that it can happen to anyone, no matter their gender, age, where they live, their income, health, culture, sexual identity, abilities, ethnicity, or religion. It explains what family and domestic violence is, how to prevent and respond to it, and how to recognise and report it at work. The course encourages everyone to help those affected and discusses available resources to support victims.

We update this online course on family and domestic violence to meet legal standards in alliance with the laws of all Australian states and territories and New Zealand. We developed this course in collaboration with Mills Oakley Law Firm in Australia and Simpson Grierson Law Firm in New Zealand.

Target audience

This family and domestic violence course is designed for everyone, whether they're employees, contractors, or volunteers. It's tailored to ensure that all individuals are equipped with the knowledge and tools to recognise and address family and domestic violence issues effectively.

Topics covered

  • Understanding what family and domestic violence is
  • The effects of family and domestic violence
  • How to recognise the signs of family and domestic violence
  • Ways to prevent and respond to family and domestic violence
  • How to identify and report family and domestic violence at work
  • Support systems for family and domestic violence

Learner experience

This online family and domestic violence training course is user-friendly and suitable for all learning styles. Our users can easily access it through various platforms, such as Sentrient's compliance management system, HRMS or even LMS. It also includes case studies, activities, and a brief quiz to teach practical ways to help or support those affected by family and domestic violence.

Learning outcomes

By the end of this family and domestic violence course, your employees, contractors, and volunteers will:

  • Understand what family and domestic violence is.
  • Know the effects of family and domestic violence.
  • Recognise that violence is a serious issue.
  • Learn how to prevent, intervene, and respond during a crisis.
  • Be able to identify and report violence in the workplace.
  • Be informed about the support systems available for violence.

Business outcomes

After your staff complete this online course on family and domestic violence, you will see these benefits:

  • Spot issues of family and domestic violence in the workplace.
  • Maintain a zero-tolerance policy for violence.
  • Lessen the impact of family and domestic violence at work.
  • Lower the chance of family and domestic violence turning into a crisis.
  • Encourage a workplace culture that supports those in need.
  • Ensure a healthy and safe workplace environment.

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