Esafety training for frontline workers

The Office of the E-safety Commissioner is offering in-depth training for frontline workers to help them better help their clients experiencing technology-facilitated abuse.

Training is tailored according to each professional category on registration. After completing the mandatory topics assigned to each profession participants will be able to download a certificate for use as part of their personal professional development program.

To register for the training click here

The Office is also  offering two hour face-to-face workshops for frontline workers, specialist and support staff and those volunteering in the domestic violence field. These cover how to identify technology-facilitated abuse, and ways that women can take back control.

For more information about registering for a face to face workshop click here.