Workplace Learning Solutions
Our Domestic and Family Violence Learning Solutions provide the tools for workplaces to create an impact that matters.
Through a coordinated approach designed to integrate all levels of leadership, human resources and diversity, your people can develop the knowledge, confidence and skill set to manage the epidemic that affects all of us.
Our solutions are suitable for teams with varied needs and are designed to address operational requirements, audience, venue and available time.
Our Learning Solutions support workplaces to mature their culture and build on existing workplace practices - by working together we can create an impact that matters.
Our training is based on three key principles:
How to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence within individuals and workplaces
Responding appropriately to changes in work performance, behaviours or appearance as well as how to respond to disclosures
Where to refer people affected by domestic and family violence and how to encourage seeking help safely
Challenge Zero builds on existing workplace health and safety practices and provides a structured approach, with supporting tools and resources, for workplaces to mature their prevention of and response to domestic and family violence.
Find out more about Challenge Zero here.
Suitable for all team members that have direct reports, are peer support people or wish to know how to support their colleagues. Your teams will learn how to Recognise, Respond and Refer and support people who may disclose whilst encouraging staff to confidently utilise internal and external supports available.
Customised for specific groups within your organisation (HR, diversity, WHS, security, frontline, supervisors and managers). Participants will learn the dynamics of domestic and family violence and the specific impact on the workplace. They will learn to recognise the warning signs and receive concrete strategies on how to respond. This will include how to approach the issue, risk assessments, safety planning, managing privacy and confidentiality and referring to specialist services.
This 1.5 hour Domestic and Family Violence Virtual Training Program provides the tools an
organisation needs to Recognise, Respond and Refer those employees affected by DFV.
Your workforce will develop the knowledge, confidence and skillset to manage the epidemic that
impacts all of us.
This training is suitable for all workplace staff who are leaders, managers, Human Resources, Diversity & Inclusion, People & Culture and any other staff who are passionate about creating a world without violence.
Facilitated with two expert facilitators and is designed for Managers, Leaders, HR staff who are responsible for completing safety plans for staff affected by Domestic & Family Violence (DFV).
Workplace Safety Plans are utilised along with activities to understand and complete relevant risk assessments for staff safety.
Active bystander training supports participants to take action when confronted with harassment.
An active bystander is someone who acts after witnessing or hearing about an incident that is harassing, violent, abusive or discriminatory.
Designed for workplaces seeking to mature their capability in identifying how our community, workplaces and society contribute to DFV.
This training takes participants through the role they play to support gender equality whilst developing an awareness of their own unconscious biases.
Unpack the impact that DFV can have upon our workplace and the line between burnout, compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma and PTSD.
Importantly, this session is for teams wanting to increase their workplace resilience and encourage wellbeing.
Our innovative online course has been developed in collaboration with the Queensland Government and private business.
Our online learning solutions equip workplaces to provide a rapid, effective and respectful responses to team members who encounter domestic and family violence (DFV) in any of its forms.
- people directly experiencing violence
- people using violence
- others affected by the violence
- the person responding to the violence.
This easy-to-follow self-paced course helps to untangle the stigma and complexity associated with DFV. This training is suitable for staff of all levels and is relevant to all workplaces.
It educates course participants to Recognise when domestic violence is occurring, how to Respond to colleagues affected and Refer them on for further support if required.
What the course covers
- Increase understanding of DFV issues in our society
- Explains why DFV is a workplace issue
- Presents factual information and statistics on the prevalence of DFV in Australia
- Assists staff to RECOGNISE the signs and symptoms of when DFV may be occurring
- How to respectfully RESPOND to a colleague in the workplace who may be experiencing DFV or a colleague using violence
- How to REFER colleagues onto services in a supportive manner that is suitable to their needs
This online course takes up to 30 minutes to complete.
“Paul's facilitation of this session was great. Paul made discussing a difficult topic easy. Paul stretched my thinking on DFV and I felt my time attending the session was well spent.”
Department of Health
“Kat was an amazing facilitator. Engaging, sensitive to the topic, and powerful through the use of examples. Tough topic and she did an amazing job. Content was spot on and although confronting at times, very useful.”
"One of the best content related courses I have attended."
“I feel more comfortable and confident addressing issues/instances of DFV and also apply the knowledge regarding gender equality in the workplace. Before, I didn't understand the huge impact that gender inequality has on influencing/facilitating DFV so although I haven’t had to deal with people effected by DFV and therefore cant help them, there is still something I can do to help prevent it.”
"Thanks for a fantastic training session. Confronting topic, but great to know that this issue is being highlighted and people experiencing D & FV have options for fantastic supports. You should be very proud!"
"I really enjoyed attending this training, I believe everyone could get something out of knowledge around the subject. If one person can be helped from the training it is worth every min. The presenter was very calming and easy to listen to this always helps."
"Trainer demonstrated great knowledge and delivered the message quite clearly. Great to have such type of organisation’s across Australia to combat against this 'social disease'."
Ready to Make A Change?
Contact ACEOC today to learn more about what you can do to support your employees and educate your workplace against domestic and family violence.