|Module ||Learning Outcomes |
|Introduction to equity and gendered violence || |
- Learn the facts, terminology, key drivers, and reinforcing factors of gendered violence
- Understand the social, economic and health impact of gendered violence
- Explore gender equity and your role in prevention
- Know how to recognise, respond to and seek-help for victims/survivors
|Introduction to trauma and healing || |
- Learn about the types and prevalence of trauma in our community
- Understand how trauma impacts all aspects of a person’s wellbeing
- Recognise the ‘red flags of trauma’
- Gain basic skills in how you can respond and encourage healing from trauma
|Being an Ally || |
- Recognise when someone is navigating coercive control or violence in their intimate relationship
- Learn the four critical steps to being an ally
- Gain skills on how to get help for self and others
- Explore how allies can respond to community attitudes to gender inequality and violence
|Primary prevention of violence || |
- Understand the gendered drivers and reinforcing factors, and their application in primary prevention
- Identify the successful components and potential challenges in a variety of primary prevention campaigns
- Develop a toolkit of useful violence prevention frameworks
- Learn skills in how to design, implement and evaluate a primary prevention initiative
|Primary prevention program design & collaboration workshop || |
- Design a primary prevention strategy for your community
- Assess readiness for change & design approaches to influence community values and attitudes to violence.
- Develop strategies to counteract resistance and challenges.
- Identify key stakeholders and local supports.
- Develop your implementation plan.
- Create your community of practice.
|Respect and consent || |
- Learn about the myths and facts on sexual and intimate partner violence
- Understand the role of respect and consent in intimate relationships
- Find ways to create safer, healthier and more equal relationships with friends and intimate partners
|Gendered violence and healthcare || |
- Understand the importance of identifying and responding to disclosures about coercive control and violence by both perpetrators and victims/survivors
- Become familiar with tools to assess the various health presentations prior to and following violent incidents
- Effectively develop a care plan and referral pathway for a deidentified case
|Gendered violence and policing || |
- Understand the facts about DFVSA, its causes and prevalence in the Queensland community
- Learn about how trauma impacts victim/survivor responses, in the course of policing work
- Develop skills to enhance your role in supporting victims/survivors when reporting and healing from traumatic, gendered violence
|Leadership || |
- Understand the frameworks and theories that underpin trauma-informed organisations
- Learn leadership approaches that inspire equitable teams, systems, policies, and practices
- Understand how organisations can play a leadership role in primary prevention and advocacy against gendered violence
|Practitioner Masterclass || |
- Understand trauma theory and trauma neurobiology
- Develop knowledge of trauma-informed, healing-centred practice
- Expand knowledge of therapeutic trauma-informed practice tools
- Gain confidence to implement therapeutic skills in diverse settings
|Media Masterclass || |
- Understand how to effectively navigate the issues surrounding of media reporting of violence against women.
- Expand your skills in reporting to promote the prevention of violence.
- Learn how to work effectively and appropriately with victim/survivors.
- Skills for reporting accurately and fairly while holding perpetrators to account.
- Communicate in new ways to promote equity and dissolve stereotypes.