Family Violence Workers – have your say….

Posted by Sharyn Rognrust, Category: Aged Care, Allied Health, Domestic Violence, Elder Abuse Prevention, Family Violence, Frontline staff, Policy & Practice, Prevention of violence against women, Violence Against Women,

Victoria’s first family violence workforce census is live until 19 May 2017. Anyone whose work intersects with family violence is encouraged to participate.

If you think you might be relevant to this survey then you are. Many Victorians encounter family violence through their work, beyond those who are specialists. This includes those in a broad range of professions across the health, education, justice and community sectors.

We need to hear from you. The census is an important chance to have your say on how you currently work to prevent or respond to family violence, and what you think you need to support you. Your input will help government to plan for the future, and to understand and address workforce challenges. Have your say.

The census will take no longer than 20 minutes to complete, and can be accessed from work, home or on your handheld device. Complete it now, or put a reminder in your diary!

 

For further information, FAQs, and information about support services, please visit link

If you have any questions about the survey questions or are experiencing technical issues please contact KPMG at email or on 03 9838 4750.

 

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