Training for the information sharing and MARAM reforms

Access training for information sharing and MARAM online or register for a face-to-face session.

Information sharing face-to-face leader briefings

Department of Education and Training (DET)

DET is offering 3-hour Information Sharing and Family Violence Reforms: Interactive Leaders Briefings. These are available to leaders in education workforces only. Health workforces can access the online learning modules or contact the Department of Health and Human Services for information on available training.

A list of available sessions can be found below. Registration is via Eventbrite.

Please be advised that all sessions scheduled prior to 1 July 2020 will be run as online Webex sessions. Further information, including Webex details and handouts, will be sent to registered attendees closer to the event.

Information sharing online learning modules

Online learning for the Child Information Sharing Scheme and Family Violence Information Sharing Scheme, with an introduction to MARAM, is available.

Access the online modules

Find out whether you need to complete the online learning and what it covers:

Please note that the online learning modules will be updated to include information on Phase Two workforces in mid-2020, following the finalisation of the Phase Two regulations for the Child Information Sharing Scheme and Family Violence Information Sharing Scheme. 

MARAM training

There are 6 face-to-face MARAM training modules which are being rolled out.

As advised by the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria on 18 March 2020, all face-to-face MARAM training will cease given the current constraints. Visit the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria website for updates.

For DHHS funded non-specialist workforces, visit the Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare website or contact DHHS for more information.

For all other department funded organisations, please contact your relevant department or agency.

MARAM alignment and related training continues to be a key priority for Family Safety Victoria (FSV). Given the constraints with regard to face-to-face training, FSV is working with departments and contracted training providers to determine best approaches for alternative modes of MARAM training delivery.

Visit our website for updates. More information will be available in the coming weeks.

The remaining MARAM training modules 'Brief and Intermediate' and 'Screening and Identification' are being tailored and delivered via relevant departments. This will ensure consistency with different workforce approaches to MARAM.

Information about training currently available through your department or funded agency is below. If your department or funded agency is not listed below, please contact them directly.

For help on selecting the right MARAM training, view the decision tree:

More information

Visit family violence support for other staff resources, and the history and progress of family violence reform.

Reviewed 25 March 2020

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