Health/ Allied Health
Health and allied health workers are the ones most likely to encounter people experiencing domestic and family violence. DV-alert empowers nurses, doctors, counsellors and all frontline health workers like you to recognise and respond to the signs of domestic violence, and teaches you how to refer cases effectively.
Nurses, Doctors, GPs, Specialists, Dentists, Surgeons, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Midwives, Hospital or clinic staff, Medical staff, Therapists, Laboratory technicians, Pharmacists, Counsellors, Others related
Have you ever suspected a student to be experiencing domestic or family violence at home? Did you know what to do? DV-alert empowers teachers, school administrators, after-school carers and all those working in education to recognise and respond to the signs of domestic violence, and teaches you how to refer cases effectively.
Teachers, School administration staff, School bus drivers, Guidance counsellors, School canteen staff, School clinic staff, After-school care workers, Day care workers, Early childhood educators, Tutors, University students undertaking related courses, Others related
1 in 3 Australian women will experience domestic violence at some point in their lives. Chances are, while working with the community, you’ll encounter someone experiencing domestic or family violence. DV-alert empowers community workers to recognise and respond to the signs of domestic violence, and teaches you how to refer cases effectively.
Social workers, Children and youth workers, Community development workers, Staff of charitable organisations, Staff of religious organisations, Advocates, Volunteers, Welfare workers, Human services workers, Others related
Helping people experiencing domestic or family violence can be a tricky job. As a lawyer, family counsellor, case worker or similar, being able to recognise, respond to, and refer cases of domestic violence can prove a crucial string to your bow. DV-alert can empower you to support those experiencing domestic violence more effectively.
Lawyers, Family counsellors, Case workers, Youth Justice workers, Justice administration staff, Circle sentencing members, Coroners Court officials and staff, Others related
As emergency workers, recognising the signs of violence can become second nature. But, what if it’s a case of domestic or family violence? How do you know the right things to say? DV-alert empowers frontline workers to recognise and respond to the signs of domestic violence effectively. Also teaching you how to refer cases when necessary.
Paramedics, Fire fighters, Ambulance, Disaster and relief workers, State emergency service staff, Others related
As a member of the Public Service in Australia, it is crucial to know the problems that Australian families and communities experience every day to better inform systems, policies and services that you look after. DV-alert empowers you to help stop the cycle of domestic and family violence by understanding the complexity and impact of the problem and finding more viable solutions to address it.
Australian national and state-based government staff, local government staff, Local council staff, Others related
On the frontline, domestic and family violence is never easy to navigate. Up-skilling your communication skills to better understand how to respond to domestic violence can make you become a more responsive. DV-alert teaches you to recognise, respond to and refer cases of family violence effectively.
Community police, National police, State police, Others related
Domestic and family violence is everyone’s business. A family member, your friend, your colleague at work or your staff member may be quietly experiencing this problem and you have the power to reach out and help them. DV-alert supports any kind of organisation to raise the awareness of managers and staff about domestic and family violence and how it can be addressed in the workplace.
Corporates, Business managers and professionals, Others related