Lifeline Australia is working to monitor and respond to developments and to ensure the safety and wellbeing of students of the DV-alert program and Lifeline Centre staff involved in its delivery.
What you need to know
Face-to-face DV-alert Workshops and Awareness sessions are currently subject to cancellation or postponement at any moment. If you are enrolled in a Workshop or Session and are unsure of its status please contact the Lifeline Centre through which the enrolment was made. Staff at Lifeline Centres are working hard to ensure accurate information is provided to students and staff as it is made available.
Please do not attend a face-to-face Workshop or Awareness session if you are experiencing any of the below:
flu-like systems, a fever or ongoing cough (or otherwise sick)
just arrived in Australia and have to self-isolate for 14 days or
been diagnosed with, are under medical assessment for, or had close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19.
If you are unwell, including a respiratory illness, stay at home until symptoms clear up.
Workshop and Awareness Session Schedule
Lifeline Australia are introducing proactive measures to limit the impact of COVID-19 and to support students in continuing their study. This includes:
Working with Lifeline Centres to review alternate methods of delivery to minimise face-to-face contact
Promoting the self-paced eLearning DV-alert General Workshop and eLearning DV-alert Disability Workshop which continues to operate as normal
Developing interactive Virtual Classrooms through which select Workshops and Awareness sessions can continue to be delivered by Lifeline Centres
Your patience and understanding during this challenging time is appreciated while development of alternate methods of delivery takes place. Further information will be released once confirmed.