Dating violence information for teachers
Born from the tragedy of losing their daughter, the Brisbois family commissioned Deborah Lake Fortson to write and Sydney Hayes Patten to produce a play based on young women’s stories of dating violence.
There are 9 plays for audiences from Grade 1 through College with presentations for military and communities also available.
We address these subject matters in a setting where students, military personnel and communities can ask the hard questions and get honest answers.
“The Yellow Dress” play was the foundation for Deana’s Educational Theater Company.
We deliver training courses for family violence workers and other professionals that help workers understand and deliver ‘best practice’- whether it’s in recognising family violence, risk assessment and management, supporting children and families, technology safety, or understanding how to navigate Victoria’s complex legal system.
The Standard is a general statement that identifies what the student is expected to achieve.
We offer CRAF Risk Assessment Training (Practice Guide 2) for professionals who work with victims of family violence, but for whom responses to family violence are not their only core business, and CRAF Specialist Training (Practice Guide 3) for professionals whose primary role is working with women and children who are victims of family violence.
The Victorian Government is further developing a full suite of online e Learning modules which provide content and learning outcomes consistent with the CRAF statewide face-to-face training sessions.
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