Training for information sharing schemes and MARAM
Training in the Family Violence and Child Information Sharing Schemes
Training for the Family Violence Information Sharing Scheme and Child Information Sharing Scheme, with an introduction to MARAM, is now available via a suite of eLearning modules. The eLearning modules are available via the Learning Management System (LMS) to those prescribed under the Family Violence and Child Information Sharing Schemes.
Centralised face-to-face training in the Family Violence and Child Information Sharing Schemes, with an introduction to MARAM, rolled out in October 2018 and concluded in mid-December 2018. 36 training sessions took place across Victoria.
Family Safety Victoria and the Department of Education and Training are working with relevant departments to consider customised training approaches in future.
Online eLearning modules
Outline of eLearning modules
|Module 1: Introduction to the Information Sharing Reforms and MARAM Framework||Available from the "Watch video" link below|
|Module 2: Family Violence and Child Information Sharing Schemes, and an introduction to MARAM||Available|
|Module 3: Family Violence Information Sharing Scheme||Available|
|Module 3a: Family Violence Information Sharing Scheme in Practice||Available|
|Module 4: Child Information Sharing Scheme||Available|
|Module 4a: Child Information Sharing Scheme in Practice||Available|
|Module 7: Information Sharing for Organisational Leaders||Temporarily unavailable due to technical issues|
Module 1: Introduction to the Information Sharing Reforms and MARAM Framework (Video)
This video introduces and provides an overview of the three Victorian Government reforms. It outlines the general context and rationale for the information sharing reforms and MARAM – how they work and how they intersect with each other and MARAM, including where to obtain further information and support.
Prior to attending training, please complete the following survey on your current experiences with sharing family violence related information:
The results of this survey will be used by the researchers at Monash University who are reviewing the operation of the FVIS Scheme.
Information on the remaining modules, including how to access the e-learn modules, is available on the Learning Management System (LMS) website.
To access the eLearning modules please click here:
To access the eLearning modules available via the LMS, you will be required to create a username and password.
In-depth MARAM training will be available early 2019. Delivery of this training will complement the centralised face-to-face information sharing training with a deeper focus on risk assessment and management, a shared understanding of family violence, organisational and professional responsibilities under MARAM, and how to embed the MARAM into organisational processes. MARAM training will include organisational embedding focused modules followed by professional practice focused modules, targeting different professionals depending on their role and function.
In the interim, professionals are encouraged to continue developing their family violence risk assessment capabilities through existing CRAF training. Visit the Lookout for more information.
For further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org