What it’s about
You’ll learn how to effectively engage with an interpreter in the context of domestic and family violence.
Who it's for
This workshop is not for interpreters. It’s for frontline workers who might need to engage with interpreters in the course of their work. The aim is to equip frontline workers with the knowledge and skills to engage effectively and safely with an interpreter in domestic and family violence contexts.
To enrol, you need to have successfully completed a DV-alert eLearning course, 2-day face to face workshop or 3-day virtual workshop, and have received a Statement of Attainment for it.
How it works
This 1-day workshop is run by our experienced trainers at Lifeline centres and other locations across Australia.
What you'll receive
You’ll receive a certificate of attendance that contributes to your continual professional development.
Eligibility and fees
Our training is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services, which means it’s free for frontline workers in Australia. To be eligible, you must have received a Statement of Attainment for at least one of our eLearning courses, 2-day face to face workshops, or 3-day virtual workshops.