Stopping sexual assault and domestic violence - Full Stop.

The Ethical Workplace: Responding with Compassion

When someone discloses an experience of sexual assault, domestic or family violence, the first response is critical to recovery and decisions about what to do next. Learn skills to support co-workers toward recovery by understanding the impacts of trauma, what to say and further support services.


Knowledge gained:

  • Myths and realities of sexual assault and domestic violence
  • Understand the impacts of trauma
  • How to respond appropriately to disclosures
  • Local and state support services

Audience: All staff


Duration: 1 hour


Note: This is a presentation providing participants with an overview of key objectives. This option works best to train general staff as there is no limit in participation numbers.


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“Just excellent- will stand me in good stead if I need to deal with an incident”

“Presenter was very engaging and knowledgeable.”

“[This workshop] covered everything I need it to. Excellent delivery, empathetic delivery, trained really listens, practical examples, thanks so much!”

“Fantastic presenter. Very knowledgeable, passionate, engaging and animated.”

“The training exceeded my expectations. Given me confidence in responding.”

“The presenter was kind and warm, making the topic less confronting.”

“Outstanding presentation. Knowledgeable and informative and articulate. Best training I’ve done at [Organisation]. Should be rolled out more widely.”