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Responding to Disclosures: a Safe and Supported Workplace: 28th March 9:30am – 12:30pm

$190.00

In Person Workshop
Where: Level 8, 255 Bourke Street Melbourne 3000
Dates: 28th March 2024
Time: 9:30am – 12:30pm

Catering is included, and there will be time available for networking.

This workshop is designed to support you to respond to an initial disclosure of family violence or sexual harassment in a safe and supportive way within the workplace. 

Discounts apply for concession card holders and staff working in the following organisations, please email us to find out more: 

  • Victorian Women’s Health Services 
  • Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations 

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You will build your capability to support co-workers who are experiencing family violence and or sexual harassment. This is especially important as disclosures of gendered violence are common after or during violence prevention training and/or workplace change programs. 

The Respect@Work 2020 Positive Duty requires workplaces to act positively to prevent sexual harassment from occurring, rather than reacting after unlawful conduct occurs. This workshop is the first step in putting strong workplace practices into place.  

On completion of this workshop you will have: 

  • knowledge of family violence and sexual harassment  
  • understanding that family violence and sexual harrassment are a workplace issue 
  • developed the ability to provide an initial response to disclosures in the workplace 

Workshop structure 

This workshop will take approximately 3 hours to complete 

  • 3-hour interactive session 
  • Certificate issued at completion. 

The workshop does not include an assessment but does require active engagement by participants in session activities. 

Each delivery is capped at 20 participants. 

Target audience 

This workshop is designed for all levels of staff and will assist them to develop appropriate responses to an initial disclosure of family violence or sexual harassment. 

Prerequisite knowledge 

A desire to provide appropriate responses to disclosures of family violence or sexual harassment in the workplace. 

 

Looking to train your staff? To enquire about workplace training fill out the form below and a member of the training team will be in contact   

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