DV-alert empowers participants to be confident first responders when facing issues of domestic and family violence. Participants who complete the nationally recognised training (2-Day Workshops or e-Learning Courses) are also provided with resources on how to respond and refer cases.
The DV-alert program is delivered nationally by Lifeline Centres on behalf of Lifeline Australia RTO 88036.
Successfully complete the assessment requirements of either a DV-alert workshop or e-Learning courses to receive a Statement of Attainment for the unit of competency CHCDFV001 - Recognise and Respond Appropriately to Domestic and Family Violence
Opportunity to network with other frontline workers in the community
Increased knowledge of local resources and support, allowing you to provide a better referral service
DV-alert Member Portal (available in early 2019) eligible to participants who successfully complete a DV-alert workshop or e-Learning course), which provides additional resources on domestic and family violence
Understanding of how domestic and family violence affects people around you
Tools to support people from diverse backgrounds
Need financial assistance to complete the training?
The training fee is waived for community frontline workers, as the program is fully funded by the Department of Social Services. Participants who complete the face-to-face workshops may also be supported to help cover costs for travel, accommodation and staff back-fill.