3RS Training Packages

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Our prevention and education team have developed training packages alongside our frontline Family Violence Specialist Services.

Our best-practice, trauma-informed and intersectional service approaches have informed the development of the best community, corporate and professional family violence training available in Victoria and across Australia.


A 3-hour interactive training that explores family violence in all its forms. Learn how to recognise the signs of family violence, develop the confidence to respond to a disclosure and know how to refer someone to the right supports. This training can be delivered online or in-person.

This training is perfect for:

  • Corporate partners
  • Local and state governments
  • Not for profits, churches and community centres
  • Hospitals, medical centres and first responders
  • Schools, tafes and universities
People Leader 3RS

Changing legislation has prompted a need for business to understand what’s required in their policies, employee capability and wellbeing of their staff.  Build the capacity of people leaders within your workplace to know their role in effectively supporting employees who are responding to family violence. Online and in-person.


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We know that people are more likely to disclose an incidence of violence to someone they trust and see regularly.  Almost every hair and beauty specialist who has participated in our events or training has seen signs of family violence in their salon. Our training gives salon professionals the skills to help clients experiencing family violence. For many, this can be lifesaving. Our initiative has been supported by major brands and ambassadors.

This training is perfect for:

  • Hair and beauty salons
  • Hair and beauty brands
  • Hair and beauty events and conferences
  • Hairdressers and barbers
  • Beauty therapists and beauticians
  • Nail technicians
  • Makeup artists
  • Cosmetologists and cosmetic tattooists
  • Waxers
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Where there are signs of animal abuse or neglect, there is often family violence. We are working with animal caregivers, vets and hospitals to train their staff to recognise the signs of family violence and be prepared to provide support and referrals to family violence services. If you care-for or work with animals, your service can get involved.

This training is perfect for:

  • RSPCA and animal rescue organisations
  • Vets and animal hospitals
  • Veterinary schools and vet nurses
  • Local government, rangers and animal support staff
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Partner to educate

Being equipped to recognise, respond and refer people who are experiencing family violence is one way we can all play our part in a safer community.

We all have a role to play. Educate yourself, your team and your community.

Start now.