Part I and II: Recognising Financial Abuse & Building Financial Capability

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WIRE - Women's Information

372 Spencer Street

West Melbourne, VIC 3003

Australia

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Book in for our two training workshops: “Part 1: Recognising Financial Abuse” and “Part 2: Building Financial Capability”

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There are two workshops that can be taken on separate dates or together. Please choose your ticket(s) carefully below.

Part 1: Recognising Financial Abuse

You'll learn:

  • How to identify, name and explain financial abuse and its impact to colleagues and clients   
  • How to identify a range of controlling tactics and behaviours used to perpetrate financial abuse
  • How financial abuse impacts women’s financial capability in the short, medium and long term, across different life stages, and at different phases of the family violence journey through recovery
  • How to confidently open up difficult ‘money conversations’ using the WIRE model
  • The barriers that prevent victim-survivors getting back on track and building wellbeing for the future

Part 2: Building Financial Capability

You'll learn:

  • Why does financial capability and security matter so much in the family violence context?
  • How to bust myths and unpack women’s emotional relationships with money
  • Identifying financial capability strategies across different phases of the family violence journey  
  • New tools that can inspire, motivate and empower service users to take whatever control of their financial situation they can
  • What referral pathways can help
  • The role of Consumer Action Law Centre and others who can help

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WIRE - Women's Information

372 Spencer Street

West Melbourne, VIC 3003

Australia

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