Because of the prevalence of sexual assault, staff members or managers in any workplace may find themselves responding to a disclosure of sexual assault or rape, inside or outside the workplace.
Rape & Domestic Violence Services Australia offers a range of training programs to help you respond effectively to a colleague who has experienced this type of crime.
Choose a program below for more information:
Rape & Domestic Violence Services Australia has extensive experience in the provision of comprehensive vicarious trauma management solutions for employers.
Educating managers, supervisors and team leaders is integral to creating and maintaining strong policies and practices. We support organisations to develop and review domestic and family violence, sexual assault and sexual harassment strategies.
We all have a role in preventing sexual, domestic and family violence. Learn to be an ethical bystander and intervene in ways that positively impact the event and its outcome.
This workshop helps leaders understand how power can be misused in the workplace, develop strategies to promote gender equality, drive and foster cultural change.
Responding with compassion to someone who has experienced sexual assault or domestic violence is critical to recovery and how they will engage with services.