Say No to Violence
Community members are being encouraged to undertake training to assist them in identifying the risks of family violence.
With the GOTAFE Goulburn Valley League (GVL) Say No to Violence round being held this weekend, community members are encouraged to undertake training to assist them in identifying the risks of family violence.
GOTAFE delivers the Course in Identifying and Responding to Family Violence Risk (22510VIC), which is designed to support people who may encounter victim-survivors and perpetrators through their daily working interactions.
Trainer and Assessor Bree Moran has been seeing the impact of this course since she began delivering the course in November 2021.
“I have 18 years’ experience with child and youth work and as a Specialist Family Violence Case Manager, which helps me bring industry experience to my courses,” Bree said.
Bree’s lived and industry experience comes through in her role as Trainer and Assessor, with students regularly reporting back that they have been set up for success.
“Feedback like that is what keeps me coming back,” she says.
Bree is currently studying her Masters, all while being a single Mum of three kids and making a difference to the lives of the next generation of youth and family workers.
GOTAFE supports the Say No to Violence round and in partnership with the GVL is committed to raising awareness of the actions that can be taken to reduce violence across the Goulburn Valley.
Student Attraction Officers from GOTAFE will be at the Rochester vs Mansfield match as part of the Say No to Violence round this weekend, where they will be available to speak with community members.
The Course in Identifying and Responding to Family Violence Risk (22510VIC) is free to eligible individuals with funding provided by the State Government.
It is delivered online over three workshops and given the importance of the subject area, numbers are not limited.