DV-alert is for all community frontline workers in Australia, and is designed to empower participants to be confident first responders when facing issues of domestic and family violence.
Being the first point of contact for women and their children in the community, we know the important role that community frontline workers play to those subjected to domestic and family violence. Our training ensures that you can effectively engage with and support people – assisting them to seek appropriate help.
Who is a community frontline worker?
A community frontline worker is any person who provides direct service and support to the community, either as a volunteer or as part of your employment.
Participants who want to attend a DV-alert workshop or participate through our online e-Learning course must work or volunteer in the health, allied health, community, higher education, childcare frontline capacity supporting the community
Not a community frontline worker?
DV-alert also provides non-accredited awareness sessions to those not working as a community frontline worker, but are interested to know how they can reach out to their family, friends or colleagues subjected to domestic and family violence. Find out more about DV-alert's awareness sessions here.
Working for Government or Corporate Organisations?
Government agencies and corporate organisations who want to build the knowledge and capacity of their staff on domestic and family violence response and referral may contact [email protected] for corporate training opportunities.