The RMIT Graduate Certificate in Domestic and Family Violence has been designed to prepare new graduates and current practitioners for a rewarding career in the domestic and family violence sector.
Practitioners and students in sectors including community services, health, youth and social work, education, alcohol and drugs, family services, mental health, housing and homelessness, local and state government, criminal justice, criminology, and psychology will benefit from the practical and evidence-based content of this graduate certificate.
Taught by leading policy academics and professionals, you will acquire essential knowledge and practical skills in family violence client intake, risk assessment, casework as well as an understanding of the national policy context and evidence-based practice.
As a graduate of this course, you will be ready for employment in both responding to family violence and in the prevention of violence against women. Recent graduates are working in family violence specialist services, including various Orange Door intake services, refuge and family violence case management roles, as well as allied community service roles.