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Family Conflict Resolution 3 (FCR3)

 

Working with Family Violence, Vulnerable People, and Cultural Considerations

Unit Details

The unit includes seminars and experiential exercises (role plays) to give students an understanding of managing responses to domestic and family violence in family work, supporting the safety of vulnerable parties in family dispute resolution, and operating in a family law environment

Pre-requisites

  • FCR1 Coursework

Dates

Self-paced Learning 2024

  • Monday 13 May: Self-paced online content opens

 

Online Seminars 2024

  • Tuesday 21 May: Online Seminar 1 -- 5.30 - 7.00pm WST

  • Thursday 23 May: Online Seminar 2 -- 5.30 - 7.00pm WST

Face-to-Face Workshops 2024

  • Monday 3 June - Friday 7 June: Melbourne cohort -- 9am - 4.30pm

  • Monday 10 June - Friday 14 June: Perth cohort -- 9am - 4.30pm

Assessments

  • Assessments will include theoretical perspectives that underpin working with people affected by domestic and family violence, preparing a case analysis and safety plan for a family experiencing family violence, and creating a case file note indicating any practical steps that need to be undertaken before the commencement of the family dispute resolution process with a cultural or language group that they might work with in practice

  • Assessments in this unit will be in accord with the Assessment Conditions set out in CHCDFV008, CHCDSP001, and CHCDSP003

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