Expanding understanding of safety, dignity and wellbeing within broader societal contexts of family violence

24/08/2021 – 25/08/2021 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm – Register Here>> This Two Day Advanced Training builds further on the overarching concepts of coercive control, entrapment and resistance. For these two days, Shine brings together our service experts alongside guest speakers who are specialists in their respective fields. Throughout this training, there will be opportunities to learn how to respond in ways that uphold […]

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Expanding understanding of safety, dignity and wellbeing within broader societal contexts of family violence

27/04/2021 – 28/04/2021 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm – Register Here>> This Two Day Advanced Training builds further on the overarching concepts of coercive control, entrapment and resistance. For these two days, Shine brings together our service experts alongside guest speakers who are specialists in their respective fields. Throughout this training, there will be opportunities to learn how to respond in ways that uphold […]

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Pacific Competency (Addressing Family Violence through Pacific Cultural Frameworks)

05/11/2020 – 07/05/2021 @ 12:00 am – Registration / Express your interest Register your interest by filling out the form located HERE>> This cultural training has been developed to target qualified Pacific practitioners such as social workers, counsellors etc., either working specifically with Pacific families in the area of family violence or who are working with Pacific families and deal with family violence […]

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Whānau Resilience – Family Violence Prevention Training Programme: What you need to know

09/11/2020 – 11/12/2020 @ All Day – Register your interest here>> The programme is for Pacific community support workers and members of the Pacific community who are often the first people approached by Pacific families experiencing family violence (church leaders, teachers etc.) and who have not been exposed to a lot of family violence training. When Pacific peoples are victims, perpetrators or […]

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