Training – MARAM

Which MARAM Training to attend?

View the MARAM training map and the MARAM Training Decision Tree to work out which MARAM training to attend.

 

Preliminary Training: For practitioners new to family violence work

Family Violence Foundations is a 6–8-hour self-paced course, which provides a common starting point for professionals seeking to develop necessary skills to undertake a family violence response role.

 

MARAM Brief and Intermediate Training

-MARAM – Brief and Intermediate

This training is suitable for professionals whose purpose of intervention is linked to family violence but not directly focused on family violence. You may be engaging with people in crisis situations, or at high risk of experiencing or using family violence. This training focuses on working with victim survivors.

-MARAM for AOD, homelessness and designated mental health workforces

This training is aimed at professionals whose purpose of intervention is linked to family violence but not directly focused. (Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare)

 

MARAM Identification and Screening Training

-MARAM – Identification and Screening

This training is suitable for all professionals who may identify family violence is occurring and who engage with people in a one-off, episodic or ongoing service environment and are in a position to identify or screen for family violence. This training focuses on working with victim survivors.

 

MARAM Comprehensive Family Violence Risk Assessment and Management

-MARAM Comprehensive Family Violence Specialist -Renewing Practice from CRAF to MARAM

This training is only suitable for experienced family violence specialists who have extensive experience, and who have previously completed specialist CRAF training. This training focuses on working with victim survivors. This training is for professionals who work in a specialist capacity across the integrated service system.

-MARAM Comprehensive Risk Assessment and Management Module

This training is suitable for new family violence specialists and/or those who have not previously completed specialist CRAF training. This training focuses on working with victim survivors. This training is for professionals who work in a specialist capacity across the integrated service system.

 

MARAM Leading Alignment

-MARAM Leading Alignment training

This training is suitable for organisational leaders‚ CEOs, Directors or senior managers across all organisations/ agencies prescribed under the MARAM. The training promotes an understanding of the MARAM Framework including key strategies and requirements such as practice, policies and procedures necessary to align with MARAM.

 

MARAM Collaborative Practice

MARAM Collaborative Practice training is suitable for all professionals and focuses on collaborative practice and the foundational aspects of MARAM. It will enable practitioners to contribute to risk assessment and collaborate for ongoing risk assessment and management.

 

MARAM Training for DFFH, DH

New MARAM training modules are available for Department of Families Fairness and Housing, Department of Health workforces and sector funded organisations on the WOVG website via https://elearn.childlink.com.au/  Training includes a Family Violence Foundation eLearn, Screening and Identification and Brief and Intermediate courses, and a range of training that has been developed through the Strengthening Hospital Responses to Family Violence (SHRFV) initiative.

Information Sharing Training

Which Info Sharing Training to attend?

View the Information Sharing e-learning Modules Overview to work out which training to attend.

 

Info Sharing Training

All training for the information sharing reforms are accessed through the Information Sharing and MARAM Online Learning system. To enrol in this training, you will need to sign up and log in to the system.