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Building on the learnings from the first two days of the specialist program, this final session has a practical focus and will embed a shared understanding of roles and responsibilities in the multi-disciplinary team.

Further background

The roll out of the Specialist Family Violence Court (SFVC) Division, following recommendations by the Royal Commission into Family Violence, is the centrepiece of the family violence court response in Victoria.

From September 2019, SFVCs will commence operation at five headquarter Magistrates' Courts:

  • Shepparton (September 2019)
  • Ballarat (October 2019)
  • Moorabbin (February 2020)
  • Heidelberg (June 2020)
  • Frankston (June 2020)

We support the development of these specialist courts through a three-part training program for the multi-disciplinary teams. 

Location

Ballarat, Victoria

Facilitators
Anu Krishnan

Anu Krishnan

Director, Kulturbrille

With over 28 years’ experience living and working with families and young people in five different countries, Anu has a background in Social Anthropology, Social Work, Applied Psychology and Social Research, a deep interest in building resilient communities and a focus on unpacking cultural intelligence for organisations and communities.

Anu is an experienced facilitator who has worked with a range of agencies and services to bring cultural inclusion and insight into everyday practice. She is the founding director of Kulturbrille; a boutique agency that specialises in enabling and empowering organisations to meet the needs of diverse cultural groups, particularly in the human services area.

With a strong focus on family violence, Anu has worked with a number of organisations to develop and deliver primary prevention and resilience building curriculum.

Facilitators
Anu Krishnan

Anu Krishnan

Director, Kulturbrille

With over 28 years’ experience living and working with families and young people in five different countries, Anu has a background in Social Anthropology, Social Work, Applied Psychology and Social Research, a deep interest in building resilient communities and a focus on unpacking cultural intelligence for organisations and communities.

Anu is an experienced facilitator who has worked with a range of agencies and services to bring cultural inclusion and insight into everyday practice. She is the founding director of Kulturbrille; a boutique agency that specialises in enabling and empowering organisations to meet the needs of diverse cultural groups, particularly in the human services area.

With a strong focus on family violence, Anu has worked with a number of organisations to develop and deliver primary prevention and resilience building curriculum.