Trainers Wanted in Prevention of Violence against Women and Gender Equality
Trainers in Prevention of Violence against Women and Gender Equality
- Prevention of Violence against Women and Gender Equality
- Training and ongoing support provided
- Contract work
Women’s Health Grampians leads the Communities of Respect and Equality (CoRE) initiative, a growing Alliance of organisations, clubs and networks across the Grampians, committed to building a safe, equal and respectful society for everyone. We are currently expanding our pool of trainer/ facilitators and seeking Expressions of Interest from men and women to deliver training on topics related to the primary prevention of violence against women and gender equality. Training will also be delivered as part of our highly regarded Act@Work program where whole workplaces participate in multiple sessions of the training.
Extensive training, support and ongoing professional development will be provided to the right applicants. Delivery of training is well remunerated at consultant rates set by contract after the training.
Note: If successful you must be able to attend a full day training session on 30 January 2019 in Ballarat.
To apply email your CV including two referees with a cover letter outlining your interest and experience to Adminb@whg.org.au by 18 January, 2019.
For further information contact Melissa Morris on 0419 185 777.