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MARAM Collaborative Practice Training

This important training, will focus on both collaborative practice and foundational aspects of Multi-Agency Risk Assessment and Management (MARAM), that enable collaboration for professionals responding to family violence across Barwon.

The training session will explore how to contribute to risk assessment and collaborate for ongoing risk management through respectful and sensitive engagement with victim survivors, information sharing, referral and secondary consultations.

This training is delivered in partnership between The SAFV Centre, Bethany and Victoria Police and is available to all professionals who respond to family violence in Barwon. Click on a date below to register your interest.

Who should come to this training?

View the MARAM training map and the MARAM Training Decision Tree to determine which MARAM training modules to attend. The list of prescribed sectors and related workforces is available here and outlined below:

  • Phase 1 of MARAM and Information Sharing commenced in September 2018 across 850 organisations, covering approximately 37,500 professionals. These include Victoria Police, courts, family violence services, child protection, mental health and alcohol and drug services. Click here to view an overview of organisations prescribed under Phase One.

  • Phase 2 of MARAM came into effect on 19 April 2021 across 5,800 government and non-government organisations, covering approximately 370,000 additional professionals. Click here for an overview of organisations prescribed under Phase Two.

Further information

For further information and frequently asked questions please refer to the MARAM Collaborative Practice factsheet.

Training Opportunities

Please note: Training is now being offered in both online and in-person formats. In-house training sessions are also available at request. Training dates for 2023 are listed below.

Available dates

  • Thursday 16 February – 9.00am-4.30pm (face to face) – REGISTER HERE
  • Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 March – 9.30am-12.30pm (online) – REGISTER HERE
  • Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10 May – 9.30am-12.30pm (online) – REGISTER HERE
  • Tuesday 30 and Wednesday 31 May – 9:30am-12:30pm (online) – REGISTER HERE
  • Tuesday 27 June – 9.30am-4.30pm (face to face) – REGISTER HERE
The Sexual Assault & Family Violence Centre acknowledges the traditional owners and custodians of the land we stand on. We are committed to working toward creating a community where all people indigenous and non-indigenous are safe, connected and empowered to live well. The Sexual Assault & Family Violence Centre recognises the diverse needs of our community and we ensure our services are inclusive of all children, young people and their families including those who are of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, those who identify as LGBTIQ and persons living with disability. We work collaboratively with people and partner organisations who also support our diverse client group. Interpreter and translator services are available to all our clients upon request.

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