- 2 Day Training
- Family violence and child protection focussed train-the-trainer workshop
- For people / organisations working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities
- Contact SNAICC to discuss how to host or connect to local training opportunities
The program goal is to support healing from and the prevention of, family violence, child abuse and neglect and supporting the building of child safe communities and organisations.
To do this, the workshop aims to build participants’ capacity to use the Through Young Black Eyes Workshop Kit.
The learning objectives of the workshop are:
- To discuss and learn about issues relating to family violence, child abuse and neglect in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities/local context
- To discuss the strengths and cultural supports in their communities which may assist in addressing these issues
- Identify future goals and activities they can undertake in relation to addressing family violence, child abuse and neglect in their communities
- Increase confidence and skills for running workshops using the Through Young Black Eyes Workshop kit, including through:
- Clarifying the aims of their own future workshop/s
- Designing a sample agenda for a workshop
- Identify ways to design effective training sessions and programs
- Discussing the challenges in running workshops and how to overcome them
This workshop is designed for:
Anyone interested in preventing family violence and child abuse
Workers with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
Those interested in gaining training skills in family violence prevention and child safety
Professionals from Child protection, Family Services, Family violence programs, women’s services, youth work, community development and community services
*No prerequisites, however this workshop compliments our Recognising and Responding to Family Violence training.
Contact SNAICC to discuss how to host or connect to local training opportunities