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Year 3 of the Enhanced Pathways to Family Violence Work Project
Issued By Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS)
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Healthcare Services



The project aims to support the development of the family violence and broader community services workforce through:

  • assisting specialist family violence and broader community service organisations to increase the number of student placements at their organisations, creating a pipeline of future workers
  • building the skills and confidence of emerging practice leaders to provide effective supervision to students and new workers
  • creating and fostering a culture of workplace learning that sets up students and new workers for success orienting students and new workers to family violence practice (in specialist and non-specialist settings).

Project deliverables

The following are deliverables expected of participating organisations funded in this project:

  1. Host [number as outlined and agreed in call for funding submission process] student placements (head count) in 2021, as committed and validated during call for funding submissions process, noting that the final student placement commitment numbers will be represented as targets in service agreements. Evidence of booking and confirmation of student placements with education provider partners will be required in a form to be provided by FSV.
  2. Undertake actions to build supervisor capability in staff, noting that guidelines will be provided by FSV. This could include: committing staff to attend or complete general supervisor training, family violence specific supervisor training, or family violence foundational knowledge training; strengthening alignment to the Multi-Agency Risk Assessment and Management (MARAM) Framework; and, mentoring or other activities as required. Please note that prior to attendance at family violence specific supervisor training there is a requirement for workers to have either foundational or advanced family violence knowledge (specific to their context).
  3. Support student supervisors to participate in a Supervisor Community of Practice facilitated by a CBC.
  4. Encourage students on placement to participate in a local Student Community of Practice where possible.
  5. Encourage students on placement to undertake training to build foundational family violence knowledge.
  6. Implement the Best Practice Clinical Learning Environment (BPCLE) Framework, including the completion of the initial organisational self-assessment (and utilising other BPCLE features as relevant to their organisation context), and reporting against planned actions in each BPCLE domain. Organisations who have already undertaken BPCLE assessments will be expected to demonstrate implementation of an action plan.
  7. Implement the Orientation to family violence practice: guidelines for students and new workers.
  8. Demonstrate activities underway to ensure alignment to the MARAM Framework.
  9. Participate in project evaluation activities, which may include surveys, as requested.
  10. Undertake activities to sustain the benefits of the project beyond the project term.