Because we recognise that family violence is a whole-of-community issue, Engender Equality is passionate about empowering people to make a stand against family violence. Engender Equality draws on its 30 years of experience in delivering specialised education and training.
About Our Education and Training
Engender Equality education and training:
- Can range from a keynote address to a hands-on, activity-based workshop
- Is informative and engaging
- Varies in duration from an hour or two, to in-depth weekly courses
- Is supported by our locally-sourced information and unique, world-class, evidence-based resources
From small groups to large audiences, our education and training is suitable for:
- Workplace training
- Corporate events and conferences
- Clubs and community events
- Frontline service providers
Our training and education packages are designed and led by experienced and qualified learning and development educators.
Tailored to Your Needs
We tailor our material to meet your timeframe and budget. We are passionate about helping the community prevent and respond to family violence. We welcome opportunities to address topics like:
- Changing community attitudes to prevent family violence
- Gender issues, workplace culture and family violence
- How to work with clients affected by family violence
- Working in a family violence framework, including family violence risk assessment, safety planning and trauma-informed care
- Understanding coercive control and the dynamics of family violence
- Gender inequality and social justice
Alina Thomas (CEO, Engender Equality) is a sought-after spokesperson on family violence and gender inequality in Tasmania. With insight and expertise, Alina delivers an impassioned, thought-provoking and motivational keynote address.
Introduction to Family Violence – 1–2 hours
Drawing on local expertise, this workshop is an introduction to family violence, what it looks like and how common it is.
This session helps participants recognise and respond to family violence.
White Ribbon – 3–6 hours
This workplace workshop provides an overview of the tools and strategies participants need to promote gender equality and prevent violence against women.
This session is designed to improve workplace culture, office safety and morale; and increase staff’s knowledge and skills, so they can address violence against women and children.
Men as Advocates – 3 hours
This is a specialised workshop to help attendees understand family violence. It supports men to lead violence-prevention in our community by empowering them to actively shape community attitudes and behaviours.
Primary Prevention for Workplaces – Half to Full Day
This workshop takes a deepening approach to prevent violence against women and children, promoting cultural change in the workplace.
This workshop promotes and embeds gender equality and respect in your workplace culture through an organisational change process.
Change the Story – 1–2 Days
This high-quality course is based on international, evidence-based research about family violence.
Based on Our Watch, participants will tap into a coordinated, national framework showing that when it comes to family violence, gender inequality is the core of the problem and at the heart of the solution.
Champions Program – 10–12 Weekly Sessions
This program is ideal for people who want to become supporters of friends, family members and colleagues who may be experiencing family violence.
For more information, check out our education and training brochure.
How to Access Education and Training
Get in touch:
- For more information
- To discuss your education and training needs
- For an obligation free quote
- Call us on (03) 6278 9090 and if we are not available, leave a confidential message and we will return your call as soon as we can
- Email us at email@example.com
‘Thanks to Engender Equality for a professional and comprehensive coverage of coercive control and how it underpins domestic violence relationships. It's a deep rooted, underground and high risk problem. If more service providers fully understood coercive control they may be better equipped to help domestic and family violence survivors to achieve fair outcomes and freedom from the perpetrator. I am looking forward to your next series of training.’