Catering to larger audiences, Cutty Felton delivers bespoke keynote addresses as well as presentations on topics related to engaging with those in vulnerable circumstances and designed according to your organisational needs.
The importance of Domestic Violence Training
Safety and Stigma are two of the main reasons why customers in vulnerable circumstances might find it almost impossible to disclose Domestic and Family Violence (DFV). Whilst an enormous amount of valuable work has been done industry wide, and many highly trained specialist teams are in place to provide appropriate support, those who are unable to disclose will often for those reasons not be referred to the specialist team within your organisation.
Now more than ever, especially given the escalation of DFV during COVID-19, the skills for all frontline team members to recognise what it is they might be hearing when clients do not use the words ‘domestic violence’, are critical. It is this awareness which will empower team members to Recognise, Respond and Refer with the extra care that is required by their industry code of practice, by the organisation and by their own humanity. We offer Domestic Violence Training workshops tailored to your industry.
How is our training delivered?
We are delighted to be able to offer in-person workshops and presentations again. Cutty will come to you to deliver the training to your teams at a location of your choice. Safety is important to us, so we ask that all face-to-face events comply with any current COVID-19 regulations.
Alternatively, and for organisations wishing to bring this training to staff across different locations, Accidental Counsellor Pty Ltd is able to offer you effective, remotely delivered, live training. Cutty has developed a virtual training concept that retains the integrity of delivery and duty of care for which she is known. We deliver our virtual events from our purpose-built virtual training room via ZOOM, TEAMS or other suitable remote platform. Please note, all virtual training attendees will need access to their individual PC/laptop with Internet access, webcam and audio capabilities and that recording of any kind is strictly prohibited.