Training opportunities

Use this page to find out about family violence and sexual violence related trainings available around Auckland as well as trainings provided by WAVES Trust.

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Jul
01
Training
Organised by Child Matters. This workshop focuses on understanding the concept of vulnerability and explores factors that contribute to vulnerability, risk and child abuse. Participants will learn how to identify when children and young people are vulnerable to abuse and neglect, and how to intervene early. 23 August 2022, 9am – 4pm, Henderson, $185.00 plus GST per person
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Jun
23
Training
Organised by ECLIPSE: Family Violence Services Ltd. Specialist victim-survivor centric training, identifying coercive control as a dominant family violence tactic and the PVIC concept, tools and frameworks and much more. This is an in-person workshop - also available in other locations. 6-8 July 2022, 10am-12noon each day, online, $65+GST
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Jun
23
Training
From Child Matters: The 5-day Child Protection Studies Programme is a Level 3 NZQA accredited course and will enhance the skills of those who are involved with children and young people by giving them a deeper understanding and knowledge to be able to take positive action to protect children and young people. The Child Protection Studies Programme provides students with a broad base of skills to act protectively when children have been abused, and to intervene early when a child is at risk. Auckland South, 15-19 August 2022, 9am-4pm each day, $650+GST per person
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Jun
17
Training
Organised by Child Alert (ECPAT NZ). A workshop on recognising and responding to the commercialised sexual exploitation of children and young people in Aotearoa. Tuesday 28 June 2022, 9:30-11am, online, free
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Jun
17
Training
Organised by Shine RESPOND. Increase and hone your skills to provide comprehensive practical support to people experiencing family violence. Build on your existing understanding and experience to explore the complexity of risk and how to make accurate assessments and understand client-led and client-centered interventions. Tuesday 5 July 2022, 9am-4pm, Auckland, $414
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Jun
17
Training
From Whāraurau: This University of Auckland course (PSYCHIAT 766) developed by Child & Addictions psychiatrist Dr Grant Christie, runs in Semester 2 (July – November 2022), and covers a range of topics. Most coursework is online; the course is for student-clinicians across the country. The course also includes a two-day teaching block on campus (University of Auckland, Grafton Campus) on Tues 13 & Wed 14 September 2022, and self-organised visits to two Alcohol & Drug treatment settings. This course is fully funded – to be eligible, you need a degree and a focus of your work needs to be on the assessment and treatment of children or adolescents with mental health difficulties, at least some of whom also have substance use difficulties. Apply now, limited places available
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