The Victorian Council on Social Services (VCOSS) is thrilled to announce the expansion of the Enhanced Pathways to Family Violence Work project, which assists specialist and non-specialist community service organisations to develop and transition students and new workers to family violence roles.
Expression of Interests (EOI), for up to 60 new organisations, will open on 8 May 2019 and close at 5pm on 22 May 2019.
Participating organisations will receive funding, training and other resources to:
- Grow their student placements, creating a pipeline of future workers
- Build the skills and confidence of emerging practice leaders to provide effective supervision to students and new workers
- Create and foster a culture of workplace learning that sets up students and new workers for success
- Orient students and new workers to family violence practice (in specialist and non-specialist settings).
Simply email VCOSS to receive an EOI pack firstname.lastname@example.org
The Enhanced Pathways to Family Violence Work project is a flagship initiative of the Victorian Government’s 10-year plan for Victoria’s future family violence workforce. The project is funded through Family Safety Victoria and managed by the Department of Health and Human Services.