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2022 webinars available now

Develop your personal and professional skills with our research and evidence-led online training, in a flexible environment.

In partnership with Relationships Australia Victoria, we are providing professional and personal development in webinar format on a diverse range of topics for private, corporate and government professionals and organisations.

Led by a skilled team of trainers, these webinars are across a range of topics as outlined in the table below.

Webinar Title Date/Time
Managing Challenges when Transitioning back to the Workplace Thursday 16th June
5.00pm – 6.30pm
Online Counselling – Issues and Considerations Wednesday 13th July
3.00pm – 4.30pm
Parental Bereavement Experience of Children Loss: An International Qualitative Systematic Review Monday 15th August
3.00pm – 4.30pm
Assessment Considerations for DFV Perpetrators with Cognitive Impairment/Developmental Disability Wednesday 7th September
3.00pm – 4.30pm
Treatment considerations for DFV Perpetrators with Cognitive Impairment/Developmental Disability Wednesday 14th September
3.00pm – 4.30pm
FDR Panel Discussion – The Changing Face of FDR Wednesday 19th October
3.00pm – 5pm
Working with Offenders and Leading Groups Thursday 24th November
3.00pm – 4.30pm

Our Trainers

Our training is facilitated by national and international clinicians and experts, and designed for professionals working with families, children, parents and couples in the community, health and education sectors.

Webinar format

Presented in an online format, our webinars are flexible and easily accessible. Webinars are run on Zoom and run for 90 minutes each, including 75 minutes of content and 15 minutes of moderated Q&As.

We can also tailor webinars and training to meet the needs of organisations through our customised training program.

More Information

For more information and to book a webinar, visit Relationships Australia Victoria or email us at training@ransw.org.au

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