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Table 1: Supervision – Key results by location - Specialist family violence workforce

Image shows the LGAs with the highest (top 3) and lowest (bottom 3) results for satisfaction with support and supervision. Ovens Murray recorded the highest satisfaction with overall supervision provided by supervisor/direct manager (81% satisfied); Lowest three were recorded in South Divison, with lowest being Outer Gippsland (62%).
Table 1: Supervision – Key results by location - Specialist family violence workforce
Table 1: Supervision - Key resulst by location
Location* Overall support provided by supervisor / direct manager (% satisfied at Q22) Professional supervision provided by line manager (% satisfied at Q29) Professional supervision provided by internal supervisor (% satisfied at Q30) Professional supervision provided by external supervisor (% satisfied at Q31)
NORTH DIVISION (n=52-310) 79% 80% 87% 88%
Loddon (n=13-85) 79% 82% 100% 88%
Mallee (n=5-74) 76% 79% ^ 80%
Hume Moreland (n=16-98) 81% 83% 83% 88%
North Eastern Melbourne (n=19-141) 76% 81%

80%

89%
WEST DIVISION (n=49-286) 79% 77% 78% 88%
Western District (n=14-78) 76% 77% 79% 93%
Central Highlands (n=10-57) 74% 82% 70% 90%
Barwon (n=8-79) 80% 83% 80% ^
Western Melbourne (n=19-99) 73% 68% 89% 88%
Brimbank Melton (n=13-71) 72% 71% 85% 92%
EAST DIVISION (n=37-238) 79% 80% 84% 89%
Goulburn (n=6-52) 73% 94% ^ ^
Ovens Murray (n=6-35) 83% 82% ^ ^
Outer Eastern Melbourne (n=13-81) 77% 76% 90% 85%
Inner Eastern Melbourne (n=21-153) 78% 78% 84% 86%
SOUTH DIVISION (n=37-242) 68% 67% 73% 82%
Outer Gippsland (n=5-45) 62% 64% ^ 83%
Inner Gippsland (n=7-74) 68% 63% ^ 75%
Southern Melbourne (n=8-70) 64% 56% ^ ^
Bayside Peninsula (n=21-105) 70% 74% 68% 86%
NATIONAL / STATEWIDE (n=58-327) 77% 79% 76% 84%
METROPOLITAN (n=136-631) 74% 73% 79% 88%
REGIONAL (n=74-528) 74% 79% 80% 86%

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Table 2: Training and confidence – Key results by location – Specialist family violence workforce

LGAs with the highest and lowest results by location for training and confidence. Confidence in level of training and experience was highest in Hume Moreland, Brimbank Melton and Southern Melbourne, and lowest in Ovens Murray.
Table 2: Training and confidence – Key results by location – Specialist family violence workforce
Table 2: Training and confidence – Key results by location – Specialist family violence workforce
Location* Confidence in level of training and experience (% confident at Q37) Understanding of responsibilities under MARAM (% agree at Q44a) Usage of MARAM tools (% agree at Q44b) Understanding of information sharing responsibilities (% good at Q46)
NORTH DIVISION (n=225-307) 60% 80% 64% 84%
Loddon (n=59-86) 59% 82% 61% 86%
Mallee (n=48-74) 58% 72% 54% 85%
Hume Moreland (n=77-97) 69% 86% 69% 87%
North Eastern Melbourne (n=115-138) 62% 83% 69% 84%
WEST DIVISION (n=197-282) 62% 78% 66% 83%
Western District (n=62-80) 66% 85% 82% 91%
Central Highlands (n=42-56) 66% 78% 62% 87%
Barwon (n=56-76) 57% 84% 79% 84%
Western Melbourne (n=60-98) 58% 69% 53% 77%
Brimbank Melton (n=45-69) 71% 75% 53% 83%
EAST DIVISION (n=157-234) 62% 81% 64% 85%
Goulburn (n=27-51) 57% 67% 59% 89%
Ovens Murray (n=16-35) 49% 67% 56% 84%
Outer Eastern Melbourne (n=51-79) 59% 88% 61% 83%
Inner Eastern Melbourne (n=113-152) 64% 84% 65% 84%
SOUTH DIVISION (n=176-243)

63%

81% 62% 87%
Outer Gippsland (n=30-45) 62% 88% 73% 93%
Inner Gippsland (n=52-75) 53% 81% 69% 84%
Southern Melbourne (n=51-69) 67% 79% 57% 84%
Bayside Peninsula (n=74-106) 64% 79% 55% 85%
NATIONAL / STATEWIDE (n=146-323) 59% 75% 57% 75%
METROPOLITAN (n=429-624) 63% 81% 59% 81%
REGIONAL (n=362-525) 61% 79% 66% 85%

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  • Table 3: Training and confidence – Top 3 training needs by location
    Location Top 3 training needs
    NORTH DIVISION (n=244)
    • Working with people with disabilities (54%)
    • Working with adolescents (50%)
    • Sexual assault in family violence (49%
    Loddon (n=57)
    • Working with people with disabilities (56%)
    • Working with adolescents (53%)
    • Legal issues for family violence /
    • Working with migrant and refugee communities (49% each)
    Mallee (n=57)
    • Legal issues for family violence / Sexual assault in family violence (56% each)
    • Elder abuse / Working with people with disabilities (54% each)
    • MARAM / Working with perpetrators of family violence / Working with adolescents (49% each)
    Hume Moreland (n=87)
    • Working with people with disabilities (51%)
    • Working with Aboriginal communities (48%)
    • RAMP training (47%)
    North Eastern Melbourne (n=116)
    • Working with people with disabilities (53%)
    • Sexual assault in family violence (51%)
    • Working with adolescents (50%)
    WEST DIVISION (n=224)
    • Working with people with disabilities (56%)
    • Sexual assault in family violence (52%)
    • Working with migrant and refugee communities (50%)
    Western District (n=66)
    • Working with people with disabilities (58%)
    • Working with adolescents / Sexual assault in family violence (52%)
    • Working with migrant and refugee communities / RAMP training (50% each)
    Central Highlands (n=38)
    • Working with migrant and refugee communities (63%)
    • Working with perpetrators of family violence (58%)
    • Sexual assault in family violence (55%)
    Barwon (n=60)
    • Working with people with disabilities (52%)
    • Elder abuse / Sexual assault in family violence (50% each)
    • Legal issues for family violence (48%)
    Western Melbourne (n=84)
    • Working with people with disabilities (61%)
    • Working with adolescents (52%)
    • Working with Aboriginal communities / Sexual assault in family violence (49% each)
    Brimbank Melton (n=58)
    • Working with people with disabilities (59%)
    • Sexual assault in family violence (57%)
    • Working with migrant and refugee communities (55%)
    EAST DIVISION (n=185)
    • Working with people with disabilities (51%
    • Working with adolescents (48%)
    • Sexual assault in family violence (46%)
    Goulburn (n=41)
    • Working with people with disabilities (56%)
    • RAMP training (46%)
    • MARAM / Working with migrant and refugee communities (41% each)
    Ovens Murray (n=28)
    • MARAM (57%)
    • Working with perpetrators of family violence / Working with migrant and refugee communities / Working with people with disabilities (54% each)
    • Family violence safety planning (50%)
    Outer Eastern Melbourne (n=59)
    • Working with adolescents (53%)
    • Working with people with disabilities (51%)
    • Sexual assault in family violence (46%)
    Inner Eastern Melbourne (n=126)
    • Working with people with disabilities (53%)
    • Working with adolescents (50%)
    Sexual assault in family violence (48%)
    SOUTH DIVISION (n=197)
    • Sexual assault in family violence (50%)
    • RAMP training (48%)
    • Working with people with disabilities (47%)
    Outer Gippsland (n=35)
    • Sexual assault in family violence (60%)
    • Legal issues for family violence (51%)
    • Reflective practice (46%)
    Inner Gippsland (n=60)
    • Working with migrant and refugee communities / Sexual assault in family violence (55% each)
    • Working with adolescents (53%)
    • Working with Aboriginal communities (52%)
    Southern Melbourne (n=55)
    • Working with perpetrators of family violence (55%)
    • Sexual assault in family violence / RAMP Training (53% each)
    • Working with people with disabilities (51%)
    Bayside Peninsula (n=87)
    • RAMP training (46%)
    • Working with adolescents (44%)
    • Working with people with disabilities (43%)
    NATIONAL / STATEWIDE (n=236)
    • Working with people with disabilities (50%)
    • RAMP training (46%)
    • Sexual assault in family violence (44%)
    METROPOLITAN (n=509)
    • Working with adolescents / Working with people with disabilities (49% each)
    • Sexual assault in family violence (47%)
    • RAMP training (46%)
    REGIONAL (n=400)
    • Sexual assault in family violence (52%)
    • Working with people with disabilities (51%)
    • Legal issues for family violence (48%)

Table 4: Health and wellbeing – Key results by location – Specialist family violence workforce

LGAs with the highest and lowest (top and bottom 3) per question for health and wellbeing
Table 4: Health and wellbeing – Key results by location – Specialist family violence workforce
Table 4: Health and wellbeing – Key results by location – Specialist family violence workforce
Location* Experienced workplace stress (% at least moderate at Q56) Satisfied with current role (% satisfied at Q66) Work makes a significant difference (% significant difference at Q67)
NORTH DIVISION (n=280-299) 74% 76% 63%
Loddon (n=74-82) 71% 70% 58%
Mallee (n=67-73) 58% 76% 55%
Hume Moreland (n=91-94) 80% 75% 70%
North Eastern Melbourne (n=130-136) 82% 78% 70%
WEST DIVISION (n=263-277) 80% 76% 68%
Western District (n=76-79) 72% 81% 63%
Central Highlands (n=54-56) 77%

75%

70%
Barwon (n=73-77) 71% 79% 62%
Western Melbourne (n=87-95)

89%

74% 75%
Brimbank Melton (n=64-66) 91% 73% 73%
EAST DIVISION (n=215-230) 81% 75% 65%
Goulburn (n=44-50) 82% 77% 73%
Ovens Murray (n=30-33) 79% 74%

70%

Outer Eastern Melbourne (n=76-79) 84% 67%

70%

Inner Eastern Melbourne (n=144-150) 83% 76% 64%
SOUTH DIVISION (n=227-238) 82% 73% 72%
Outer Gippsland (n=41-43) 88% 76% 61%
Inner Gippsland (n=70-73) 82% 77% 61%
Southern Melbourne (n=65-68) 82% 74% 83%
Bayside Peninsula (n=97-104) 81% 68% 75%
NATIONAL / STATEWIDE (n=279-313) 79% 78% 60%
METROPOLITAN (n=579-605) 81% 73% 70%
REGIONAL (n=482-513) 73% 76% 65%

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Table 5: Career and future intentions – Key results by location – Specialist family violence workforce

Plans to leave and considerations of a role in primary prevention - resultt by location.
Table 5: Career and future intentions – Key results by location – Specialist family violence workforce
Table 5: Career and future intentions – Key results by location – Specialist family violence workforce
Location* Plan to leave current role (Q71) Would consider a role in the primary prevention workforce (Q75)
NORTH DIVISION (n=208-293) 37% 81%
Loddon (n=48-81) 38% 77%
Mallee (n=51-70) 24% 78%
Hume Moreland (n=73-93) 46%

81%

North Eastern Melbourne (n=98-135) 37% 84%
WEST DIVISION (n=196-269) 41% 80%
Western District (n=55-77) 38% 73%
Central Highlands (n=35-54) 39% 77%
Barwon (n=61-75) 36% 77%
Western Melbourne (n=70-92) 48% 90%
Brimbank Melton (n=51-66) 53% 88%
EAST DIVISION (n=169-225)

36%

79%
Goulburn (n=31-47) 28% 90%
Ovens Murray (n=25-32) 38%

80%

Outer Eastern Melbourne (n=57-78) 38% 68%
Inner Eastern Melbourne (n=111-148) 39% 77%
SOUTH DIVISION (n=169-233)

32%

88%
Outer Gippsland (n=32-42) 24% 91%
Inner Gippsland (n=59-71) 28% 85%
Southern Melbourne (n=44-66) 35% 95%
Bayside Peninsula (n=69-102) 38%

86%

NATIONAL / STATEWIDE (n=217-304) 51% 75%
METROPOLITAN (n=436-595) 41% 84%
REGIONAL (n=360-497) 32% 81%

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Reviewed 02 July 2021

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