Specialist Training: Working with Women on Temporary Visas
This specialist training equips professionals with a deeper understanding of the multiple systemic barriers experienced by clients/families from migrant and refugee backgrounds as well as referral pathways and support available for women on temporary visas.
Who is this training for?
Do you engage with women on temporary visas who have experienced family violence?
Do you understand the impact of temporary visa status on a woman’s capacity to access services and support?
Do you want to increase your understanding of the different temporary visa types?
Do you want to increase your knowledge of referral pathways and support available for women on temporary visas?
What is this training about?
Apply the principles of culturally responsive practice when engaging with clients/families from migrant and refugee backgrounds experiencing multiple systemic barriers and discrimination.
Understand the importance of identifying the visa status of migrant and refugee women experiencing family violence.
Discuss the impact of visa status on family violence for migrant and refugee women and their children.
Identify different visa types, their conditions, obligations, eligibility for services and support.
Understand referral pathways and support available for women on various temporary visa types, and where to seek this information.
How to request this training:
To enquire about this training or tailored options, please submit a training request form. Once you have submitted a training request, our Learning & Development team will review your request, please allow 10 working days for our team to get in contact with you.
This training requires the participant to have previously attended one of inTouch’s Culturally Responsive Practice (CRP) sessions:
Understanding Family Violence in Migrant and Refugee Communities
Responding to Family Violence in Migrant and Refugee Communities, or,
Orange Door Induction training: Foundations of Culturally Responsive Practice.