Who is this training for?
What you will learn:
What is this training about?
Victim survivors from refugee and migrant background are exposed to multiple systemic barriers and forms of discrimination not only in the migration process, but when seeking formal/service support for family violence.
This specialist training is designed to build the capabilities of experienced professionals and agencies to address these complex barriers through practical and theoretical perspectives. Participants will be encouraged to reflect on their own professional practice through learning and exploring the concepts of cultural humility, intersectionality and unconscious bias and apply these theories into practice in the case studies and reflective exercises.
Upon completion of this training, participants will have an evolved understanding of the barrier's clients from migrant and refugee backgrounds face when accessing and/or sustaining family violence support. Participants will also be equipped to apply a culturally responsive and intersectional approach to intake, assessment and safety planning measures as well as to the use of standard MARAM tools such as genograms and ecomaps.
How to request this training:
To enquire about this training or tailored options, please submit a training request form. Once you have submitted a training request, our Learning & Development team will review your request, please allow 10 working days for our team to get in contact with you.