MARAM Collaborative Practice Training
What is MARAM Collaborative Practice Training?
The MARAM Collaborative Practice training focuses on both collaborative practice and foundational aspects of MARAM that enable collaboration. The training enables practitioners to contribute to risk assessment and collaborate for ongoing risk management, through respectful and sensitive engagement with victim’s survivors, information sharing, referral and secondary consultation.
Who should come to this training?
The MARAM Collaborative Practice training is for those working in family services, housing services, mental health and alcohol and other drug services in the Barwon area. Given the availability and interest in other MARAM training, the delivery of Collaborative Practice module is most suited to practitioners from Tiers 2, 3 and 4, as outlined in the Victorian Government Responding to Family Violence Capability Framework (2017).
This training is designed for practitioners, also useful for team leaders and managers who are responsible for embedding MARAM within organisations and through external partnerships.
Organisations should be guided by Family Safety Victoria resources in determining the relevant roles, responsibilities and training requirements of their staff.
Should I come to this training instead of the other MARAM training?
No. This is NOT risk assessment training. You will also need to attend other MARAM training relevant to your role. Organisations should be guided by Family Safety Victoria resources in determining the relevant roles, responsibilities and training requirements for staff.
I have attended other MARAM training. Is this training relevant to me?
Yes. The MARAM Collaborative Practice training sits alongside other MARAM modules. It does not replicate the content of other sessions, but enhances practitioner’s professional understanding of collaborative practice under the MARAM.
For further information and frequently asked questions please refer to the MARAM Collaborative Practice factsheet.
The MARAM Collaborative Practice training is delivered online, over two half-day sessions between 9:30AM- 12:30PM or 1pm-4pm. Participants are encouraged to be online 15 minutes prior to start time.