Course Summary:

In this micro-credential, you will learn about health and safety issues when working within a domestic and family violence context. This includes personal health and wellbeing self-care strategies, and support options for workers impacted by domestic and family violence.

This is a non-creditable micro-credential which is awarded a digital badge and Certificate of Completion which can be shared to your social networks and displayed in your professional portfolio.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Identify work health and safety issues when working within a domestic and family violence context
  2. Recognise personal health and wellbeing self-care strategies
  3. Describe support options for work colleagues impacted by domestic and family violence.

Assessment: Online Quiz

Fee: $45

Duration: 2 hours

Intakes: Enrolments are taken throughout the year on a continuous basis.

Study Mode: Online

Outcomes, Career Opportunities and Occupations:

Undertaking this micro-credential enables students to meet their Continuing Professional Development obligations and industry update requirements in their profession. Upon successful completion of the micro-credential, students will be awarded Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours, a non-creditable micro-credential (Digital Badge) and a Certificate of Completion.

Course Enquiries: CPD-Enquiries@cqu.edu.au


Course Summary

In this micro-credential, you will learn about legal and ethical boundaries and considerations when working with victims of domestic and family violence and their children. This includes the application of human rights, privacy, and relevant State or Territory domestic and family violence legislation to work practices. You will be encouraged to reflect on own personal values, ethics and beliefs about domestic and family violence and how these relate to codes of ethics/conduct.

This is a non-creditable micro-credential which is awarded a digital badge and Certificate of Completion which can be shared to your social networks and displayed in your professional portfolio.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Identify legal and ethical boundaries when working with victims of domestic and family violence and their children
  2. Recognise the application human rights, privacy, and relevant State or Territory domestic and family violence legislation to work practices
  3. Reflect on own personal values, ethics and beliefs about domestic and family violence and manage these professionally according to codes of ethics/conduct.

Assessment: Online Quiz

Fee: $45

Duration: 2 hours

Intakes: Enrolments are taken throughout the year on a continuous basis.

Study Mode: Online

Outcomes, Career Opportunities and Occupations:

Undertaking this micro-credential enables students to meet their Continuing Professional Development obligations and industry update requirements in their profession. Upon successful completion of the micro-credential, students will be awarded Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours, a non-creditable micro-credential (Digital Badge) and a Certificate of Completion.

Course Enquiries: CPD-Enquiries@cqu.edu.au



Course Summary

In this micro-credential, you will learn about interpersonal and questioning skills when responding to domestic and family violence within your work context. This includes being able to recognise and assess risks when determining safety responses for victims of domestic and family violence, and assisting with referral processes for victims of domestic violence.

This is a non-creditable micro-credential which is awarded a digital badge and Certificate of Completion which can be shared to your social networks and displayed in your professional portfolio.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Identify appropriate interpersonal and questioning skills when responding to domestic and family violence
  2. Recognise and assess risks when determining safety responses for victims of domestic and family violence
  3. Outline referral processes for victims of domestic violence within own work and workplace limitations.

Assessment: Online Quiz

Fee: $45

Duration: 2 hours

Intakes: Enrolments are taken throughout the year on a continuous basis.

Study Mode: Online

Outcomes, Career Opportunities and Occupations:

Undertaking this micro-credential enables students to meet their Continuing Professional Development obligations and industry update requirements in their profession. Upon successful completion of the micro-credential, students will be awarded Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours, a non-creditable micro-credential (Digital Badge) and a Certificate of Completion.

Course Enquiries: CPD-Enquiries@cqu.edu.au


Course Summary

In this micro-credential, you will learn about the historical, social, political and economic contexts of domestic and family violence. You will be introduced to the dynamics, types, and tactics of domestic and family violence and learn about the effects of domestic and family violence on victims.

This is a non-creditable micro-credential which is awarded a digital badge and Certificate of Completion which can be shared to your social networks and displayed in your professional portfolio.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Recognise the historical, social, political and economic contexts of domestic and family violence
  2. Describe the dynamics, types, and tactics of domestic and family violence
  3. Identify the effects of domestic and family violence on victims of domestic and family violence.

Assessment: Online Quiz

Fee: $45

Duration: 2 hours

Intakes: Enrolments are taken throughout the year on a continuous basis.

Study Mode: Online

Outcomes, Career Opportunities and Occupations:

Undertaking this micro-credential enables students to meet their Continuing Professional Development obligations and industry update requirements in their profession. Upon successful completion of the micro-credential, students will be awarded Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours, a non-creditable micro-credential (Digital Badge) and a Certificate of Completion.

Course Enquiries: CPD-Enquiries@cqu.edu.au


Course Summary:

This online micro-credential, built on contemporary practice knowledge and research, provides you with the latest information about coercive control. Completing this micro-credential will increase the likelihood that your risk assessment and screening questions will better reflect the lived experience of victims of intimate partner violence. By developing a deeper understanding of the perpetrator's patterns of violence you will build on your existing practice and knowledge about how to assess risk with the perpetrators who use this form of violence while maintaining an unrelenting focus on the safety of the victim/survivor.

This online micro-credential provides a non-creditable micro-credential and digital badge which can be shared to your social networks and displayed in your professional portfolio.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Describe the facets of coercive control
  2. Identify a framework which outlines the conceptual understandings of coercive control
  3. Describe strategies for working with individuals who use coercive control.

Assessment: Online Quiz

Fee: $45

Duration: 2 hours

Intakes: Enrolments are taken throughout the year on a continuous basis.

Study Mode: Online

Outcomes, Career Opportunities and Occupations:

Undertaking this micro-credential enables students to meet their Continuing Professional Development obligations and industry update requirements in their profession. Upon successful completion of the micro-credential, students will be awarded Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours, and a Certificate of Completion.

Course Enquiries: CPD-Enquiries@cqu.edu.au


Course Summary:

This is online micro-credential provides the participant with the skills and knowledge to appropriately identify adolescent-to-parent violence and support families where there is adolescent violence at home. The course defines adolescent-to-parent violence and highlights the links between adolescent violence and trauma. Participants will reflect on core aspects of attachment and the initial stages of case planning support for families experiencing adolescent-to-parent violence, and in the final component of the course will gain a comprehensive understanding on how to assist clients to create sustained safety within the house, activities parents and carers can use to support young people and how to plan for the family’s future. In essence, the course will cover both the theory behind adolescent-to-parent violence and the practical skills needed to create a safe and effective case plan.

This online Short Course provides a non-creditable micro-credential and digital badge which can be shared to your social networks and displayed in your professional portfolio.

Learning Outcomes:  

  1. Identify core aspects of the impact of interpersonal trauma on the brain
  2. Reflect on the requirements for documentation of adolescent – to – parent violence within an intake scenario
  3. Outline the introductory aspects of attachment theory and how these apply to support work with adolescents
  4. Develop a non-violence plan and be able to assess both safety and risk in a basic case plan
  5. Describe certain emotional regulation activities and implement them within a case plan
  6. Identify more advanced aspects of attachment theory and how they relate to parental capacity.

Assessment:  Online Quiz

Fee: $125

Duration: 6 hours 

CPD Hours:  6 hours

Intakes:  Enrolments are taken throughout the year on a continuous basis.

Study Mode:  Online

Outcomes, Career Opportunities and Occupations:

Undertaking this course enables students to meet their Continuing Professional Development obligations and industry update requirements in their profession. Upon successful completion of the course, students will be awarded Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours, a non-creditable micro-credential (Digital Badge) and a Certificate of Completion.

Course EnquiriesCPD-Enquiries@cqu.edu.au

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This course is an initiative of the Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research.

Supported by the Queensland Government and CQUniversity, the Centre’s work is informed by the wisdom of practitioners, researchers, and those with the lived experience of violence.


Course Summary:

This online micro-credential provides practical tools for practitioners working with vulnerable victims and survivors of Domestic and Family Violence. It will provide expert knowledge on the dangers of separation and how to collaborate with women to reduce the risk of domestic homicide. The micro-credential will examine numerous danger assessment tools that can be used in professional practice.

This micro-credential is introductory in nature. Completing a comprehensive appraisal of the risks posed to victims of domestic and family violence requires detailed and specialist training. Completion of this introductory course does not provide that level of training. Participants are reminded that risk assessment is not a static event: it is a continuing and complex process. Where relevant, participants are also reminded to access the risk assessment tools and processes of their organisation before undertaking a domestic and family violence risk assessment.

This is a non-creditable micro-credential which is awarded a digital badge and Certificate of Completion which can be shared to your social networks and displayed in your professional portfolio.

Learning Outcomes:  

  1. Understand the extent of different forms of domestic homicide
  2. Identify issues considered to be risk factors for domestic homicide
  3. Evaluate specific risk assessment tools
  4. Describe the process of formulating safety plans for victim/survivors.

Assessment:  Online Quiz

Fee:  $45

Duration:  2 hours

Intakes:  Enrolments are taken throughout the year on a continuous basis.

Study Mode:  Online

Outcomes, Career Opportunities and Occupations:

Undertaking this micro-credential enables students to meet their Continuing Professional Development obligations and industry update requirements in their profession. Upon successful completion of the course, students will be awarded Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours, a non-creditable micro-credential (Digital Badge) and a Certificate of Completion.

Course Enquiries:  CPD-Enquiries@cqu.edu.au

This micro-credential is introductory in nature. Completing a comprehensive appraisal of the risks posed to victims of domestic and family violence requires detailed and specialist training. 

Completion of this introductory micro-credential does not provide that level of training.

Participants are reminded that risk assessment is not a static event: it is a continuing and complex process.

Where relevant, participants are also reminded to access the risk assessment tools and processes of their organisation before undertaking a domestic and family violence risk assessment.

 

Domestic and family violence services provide specialist support to victims of domestic and family violence.

1800 Respect provides a list of specialist domestic and family violence services: Call 1800 737 732 or visit https://www.1800respect.org.au/