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Enhanced Pathways to Family Violence Work Project

Family Safety Victoria’s Enhanced Pathways to Family Violence Work Project aims to boost current staff supply and build a sustainable pipeline for the future of the sector. The project offers clear pathways into the sector for students and workers with transferrable skills and experience.   

Family Safety Victoria opened its third round of submissions, calling students to participate in the Enhanced Pathways to Family Violence Work Project, with placements taking place in 2021. 

Thinking of applying? Hear from Amber, a Social Work graduate and Enhanced Pathways to Family Violence Work participant who now works as a specialist family violence practitioner. 

The project is open to specialist family violence and broader community service organisations to assist them in building their capacity and capability in hosting high-quality student placements and introducing those students to family violence practice relevant to their organisation’s context.  

The Royal Commission into Family Violence has enabled rapid growth in the specialist response and primary prevention sectors– and this is likely to continue.  

The deadline for submissions is 2:00pm on Friday 20 March 2020. 

All applicants must apply through A departmental contact for any queries is listed within the link.