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MARAM online training for Maternal Child Health workers (MODULE ONE of TWO)

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The Centre & DHHS are delivering MARAM Training for Maternal and Child Health workforces.

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MARAM training has been converted from one full day of face-to-face delivery into two 90 minute online modules. This is the booking page for Module 1 of 2.

Please note: This training is only for Maternal Child Health workforces.

MARAM has been developed to support services in effectively identifying, assessing and managing family violence risk.

Organisations authorised through regulations, as well as organisations providing funded services relevant to family violence risk assessment and management, should now start aligning their policies, procedures, practice guidance, and tools, to MARAM.

MARAM has been established in law under a new Part 11 of the Family Violence Protection Act 2008. More information. This training will support practitioners to understand their responsibilities under this important new reform, including what it means for their day-to-day practice. Training is provided at no cost.

MARAM Training – Screening and Identification

DHHS, in partnership with the Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare will be delivering MARAM training for practitioners in maternal and child health services who have roles that align with the Screening and Identification level of MARAM. Training relevant staff is a requirement for organisations who are aligning their policies and procedures to MARAM.

Practitioners at the Screening and Identification level are identified as having:

  • roles that address universal needs of service-users and whose primary function is not related to family violence
  • the ability in their usual work to identify or screen for family violence.

If you require further guidance on your alignment at a Screening and Identification level, please see the MARAM responsibilities: Decision Guide for organisational leaders.

Please note that anyone who has registered for this training who is not in a Maternal and Child Health role may have their registration reviewed. If you have questions about this or special circumstances you wish the facilitators to consider, please contact the team. Further information on MARAM training for other workforces.

Both training modules must be completed in order to receive a certificate of completion.

Contact: or (03) 96141577


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