SPEAQ Forum 2016
Monday 31st October and Tuesday 1st November 2016
The annual SPEAQ Forum provides a unique opportunity to strengthen networks with other practitioners and share practice wisdom, experience and knowledge on working for change and creating safety around men who have used abuse and violence in their relationships.
This is a two day event. You can register for either day, or both.
Monday 31st October
The bigger picture: systems, integrated responses, the spectrum of interventions with those who perpetrate DFV; workforce development, training and education and sector development broadly. Including Rodney Vlais presenting a half day workshop on Integrated Responses and Risk Management: Increasing the Focus on Those who perpetrate; Betty Taylor on the ANROWS Integrated System Responses project; Andrew frost on the new CQU Graduate Certificate.
Tuesday 1st November
Direct Practice: Client engagement styles with Dr Andrew Frost; partner advocates meeting; collaboration between behaviour change practitioners and advocates; Good Practice Presentations and Practitioner Hot Topics.
The September QCDFVR Reader also contains information about the Forum on page 9, (click here). Please note that some details of Tuesday afternoon sessions have changed since the publication of this article. The flyer (above) contains the most up-to-date information. While a great deal of care has been taken in the planning of this event, some details may be subject to change.
Registration fees for this event have been kept at a minimum to encourage participation by organisations and individual practitioners.
SPEAQ members- One day: $100, two days $200.
Non-members- One day: $115, two days $230.
Registration from 8:30 am.
9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Includes Morning and Afternoon Tea, Lunch, Teas and Coffees.
Accommodation and Transport options:
Pleasant low cost accommodation is available at Mercy Place, alternatively there is other accomodation within 15 minutes of the venue. Please refer to the Accommodation and Transport Info document.