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DVFREE Workplace: 'First Responder' Domestic Violence Training

February 15, 2019 at 11:25 AM

From the NZFVC

When and where

Auckland, Tuesday 19 March 2019, 10.45am-5pm.
Bell Gully Office: Vero Centre, 48 Shortland Street, Auckland

Wellington, Tuesday 26 March 2019, 10.45am-5pm.
Belly Gully Office, 171 Featherstone Street, Wellington.

Training provided by Shine, hosted by Bell Gully.

Cost: From $253. (Early bird rates end two weeks prior to training date). Register now

Specialist training to provide safe and effective workplace support for staff who experience domestic violence.

‘First responders’ are the staff within an organisation designated as the people to contact if staff are experiencing domestic violence and want support in the workplace from their employer. Read more about creating a safe and effective workplace response to domestic violence at

Training is critical to help ‘first responders’ be prepared to respond safely and effectively to domestic violence in the workplace, and also to help them understand their professional boundaries.

Prerequisite: If your organisation is not yet a DVFREE Tick partner organisation or consulting with Shine to develop your domestic violence policy and procedures, and you’d like to register some of your staff for the First Responder Training, you are required to also send at least one person to the: Creating Effective Domestic Violence Policy & Procedures workshop. This workshop runs just before the first responder training session.

More information

Category: Training