Free Intimate Partner Violence Training

Online Training,

Let’s talk about equality, respect and relationships.

Do you ever worry about a friend’s relationship?

Do your friends often come to you for support?

Do you want to make a positive impact in your community?

If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then this training is for you!

Join us for this 90 minute session as we dive into the topics of Respect, Equality, and Relationships.

In this interactive workshop, we will discuss:

  • Expectations and relationships
  • Red flags vs. green flags in relationships
  • What is intimate partner violence and how prevalent is it?
  • Gender as a cause of intimate partner and family violence
  • What are the signs?
  • How can I help someone who may be at risk?
  • Where can someone find support?
  • How do I look after myself and manage my own safety when looking after a friend?
  • How can I change the story? Ending family violence is everyone’s responsibility.

Together, let’s create a world free from family violence, where every person is valued, and respect takes center stage in our relationships.

Interest in organising a workshop for your school, youth group or sporting club? Get in touch at


Why should I attend this training?

Unfortunately, rates of intimate partner and family violence continue to rise in Australia. By attending this training, you will learn to recognise signs of abuse and play an active role in the prevention and response.

How will this training support my learning?

In this workshop, you will gain invaluable lifelong skills and connect with like-minded individuals. Plus, attending this workshop looks great on your resume. You can also request a certificate of participation!

Does the training cost?

T hanks to generous funding from YSL Beauty, we are thrilled to be offering this workshop for FREE for young people in Australia.

Who is running this training?

FVREE is a leading specialist family violence service in Melbourne’s Eastern Metropolitan Region. We passionate about working with young people, helping them develop safe and respectful relationships with peers, family members, and intimate partners. Since 2018, FVREE has been actively delivering a range of youth-focused programs. Our aim is to empower young individuals to become agents of change in their local communities by promoting gender equality and fostering respectful relationships.