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Free Professional Development training in WA: Recognising and responding to domestic violence.

 

Lifeline, the Office of Multicultural Interests and AUSIT WA are offering a free session for interpreters working with clients. The session is intended to train practitioners in recognising domestic and family violence. It will also involve appropriate and professional conduct in family violence situations and developing self-care strategies.    

Lifeline’s DV alert is a nationally recognised training program for frontline workers. It is being offered as a free introductory session to practitioners in Western Australia. 

Dates & Times:

Saturday 16 September 2017
9.00am–12.30pm, (Registration from 8.30am)

OR

Saturday 7 October 2017
1.00pm–4.30pm (Registration from 12.30pm)

Both sessions are the same

Book your place

Places are limited and refreshments will be provided so please RSVP by Friday 8 September.

Email: harmony@omi.wa.gov.au

Please advise of any access requirements.

Venue

Level 2, 140 William Street, Perth

The session will enable practitioners to:

  • RECOGNISE the nature and scope of domestic and family violence
  • OPERATE appropriately in accordance with the professional role of an interpreter
  • DEVELOP self-care strategies to support your wellbeing

Flyer for the training session

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