View the MARAM training map to work out which MARAM training to attend.
Preliminary Training: For practitioners new to family violence work
Family Violence Foundations is a self-paced course, which provides a common starting point for professionals seeking to develop necessary skills to undertake a family violence response role. (Safe and Equal)
MARAM Victim Survivor Identification and Screening Training
Online Screening and Identification training is available for Education, Health and Families, Fairness and Housing workforces. This training is self-directed and self-paced. To access the training you will need to sign up for an account.
MARAM Victim Survivor Brief and Intermediate Training
There are several options for MARAM Victim Survivor Brief and Intermediate Training.
Online Brief and Intermediate training is available for Education, Health and Families, Fairness and Housing workforces. This training is self-directed and self-paced. To access the training you will need to sign up for an account.
Brief and Intermediate training for ChildFIRST, family services, AOD, homelessness and designated mental health workforces. (Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare)
Brief and Intermediate training – Virtual. This training is suitable for all professionals prescribed with Brief and Intermediate MARAM responsibilities. This includes professionals whose purpose of intervention is linked to family violence but not directly focused on family violence. (Safe and Equal)
MARAM Victim Survivor Comprehensive Family Violence Risk Assessment and Management
MARAM Comprehensive Family Violence Specialist -Renewing Practice from CRAF to MARAM (one-day training) is for family violence specialists who have extensive experience, and who have previously completed specialist CRAF training. (Safe and Equal)
MARAM Comprehensive Risk Assessment and Management Module (two-day training) is for family violence specialists who are new or who have not previously completed specialist CRAF training. (Safe and Equal)
MARAM Leading Alignment
MARAM Leading Alignment training is suitable for organisational managers and leaders who have a role in supporting organisational alignment to MARAM, including alignment of practice, policies and procedures. (Safe and Equal)
MARAM Collaborative Practice
MARAM Collaborative Practice training is suitable for all professionals and focuses on collaborative practice and the foundational aspects of MARAM. It will enable practitioners to contribute to risk assessment and collaborate for ongoing risk assessment and management.
Practitioners in the Gippsland Region can register and find out more information about the free MARAM Collaborative Practice Training by clicking here.
MARAM People who use violence
Training for responding to people who use violence is currently being developed.
Department of Justice and Community Safety – Introduction to Family Violence Multi-Agency Risk Assessment and Management Framework (MARAM) eLearn
This eLearn introduces key concepts of the MARAM Framework, that guides organisations and services in consistent and effective practice when working with people experiencing and using family violence.To enrol, register for or sign in to the Information Sharing and MARAM Online Learning System. Once you have signed in, select the Justice tile.
Antenatal MARAM Family Violence screening and response module
The Strengthening Hospital Responses to Family Violence (SHRFV) program has developed an eLearn module tailored to clinical staff working in Antenatal services and Koorie Maternity services. The module takes approximately 45 minutes to complete and is designed to support your understanding of how to sensitively engage with and screen women who may be experiencing family violence. This is completed as an eLearn on the Information Sharing and MARAM Online Learning system.
Accredited MARAM Training
The Course in Identifying and Responding to Family Violence Risk (22510VIC) covers foundational family violence knowledge and MARAM responsibilities (1, 2 5, 6, 9 and 10) aligning to identification, including use of the screening tool and basic safety planning. It is suitable for anyone who interacts with clients or customers. A list of Registered Training Organisations who deliver the course is available at the Victorian Skills Gateway and My Skills. For more information about how to enrol, contact your preferred course provider.