DV-alert training 2023 About DV-alert DV-alert is a nationally accredited training program delivered on behalf of Lifeline Australia (RTO 88036). DV-alert program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services and it's free for frontline workers. Domestic and Family Violence Response Training is designed to build capacity in frontline workers within universal services for whom family violence is not a core function of their role. Learn how to: Recognise the signs of domestic and family violence Respond with appropriate care Refer effectively to support services. The myth that domestic and family violence is a private matter enables it to occur. All DV-alert training is free and funds are available to assist with travel to and access DV-alert programs - see www.dvalert.org.au for information. Accredited workshops: Nationally accredited 2-day face-to-face workshops for frontline workers to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence, and how to respond and refer effectively. More information about Pre-enrolment Course Information and RTO Compliance Manual. If you complete the 2-day DV-alert: General; Multicultural or Aboriginal you will receive the unit of competency - CHCDFV001 Recognise and respond appropriately to domestic and family violence. Upcoming DV Training Training Dates Venue DV General 4-5 April 2023 Launceston - Launceston Conference Centre Enroll 2-Hours DV-aware 2 Mar 2023 Devonport - Paranaple Convention Centre Enroll DV Complex Forms of Violence 16 Mar 2023 Launceston - Launceston Conference Centre Enroll DV Indigenous New 11-12 May 2023 Hobart - Royal Botanical Gardens Enroll 1-day DV-aware 27 April 2023 Devonport - Paranaple Convention Centre Enroll 2-Hours DV-aware 10 May 2023 Launceston - Launceston Conference Centre Enroll DV Men Who Use Violence 21 June 2023 Hobart - Royal Botanical Gardens Enroll DV Men Who Use Violence 25 May 2023 Launceston - Launceston Conference Centre Enroll 1-day DV-aware 9 June 2023 Hobart - Royal Botanical Gardens Enroll Please note that all bookings across Australia are through the www.dvalert.org.au website. If you have a question please don't hesitate to call the Lifeline Tasmania Training & Support team on 1300 003 313 or email [email protected] . Learn more and view our Upcoming Training Subscribe to our monthly newsletter. Learn those words and phrases that help you have hard conversations that save lives. Check out the organisations making a difference through investing in Mental Health training for staff. See workshops that could make a difference to your workplace.