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Love Bites Respectful Relationships Training Melbourne

LOVE BITES is NAPCAN’s respectful relationships program for teens, covering relationship violence, consent and sex and relationships.

If you would like to be trained in the delivery of Love Bites ($395), there is a training running in Southbank, Melbourne on 23-24 July 2018.

Book here

Outcomes: Participants will gain knowledge and skills to facilitate the implementation of Love Bites and Love Bites Junior. The training provides background information about best practice standards in respectful relationship education, as well as providing information about the theoretical frameworks that inform the programs. Additionally, participants will experience the program by participating in the activities that are delivered to young people who participate in Love Bites.

Who should attend: Those that work with young people and are comfortable in working in the areas of sexual assault and relationship violence. The program can be delivered in schools and in out of school settings.

Includes: Love Bites manual, Love Bites Junior Manual and resources required to facilitate the programs. This is provided on a USB. Participants will also receive a Certificate of Completion.

National Reconciliation Week

This National Reconciliation Week (27 May – 3 June), NAPCAN is pleased to share our new Statement of Commitment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and Communities

To all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, NAPCAN pledges a commitment to walk alongside you to create stronger communities that can protect and nurture your families and children. We acknowledge your past and present suffering, we value your cultural wisdom, and we will listen to and learn from your voices. 

“Reconciliation must live in the hearts, minds and actions of all Australians as we move forward, creating a nation strengthened by respectful relationships between the wider Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.” Reconciliation Australia 

Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month

May is Domestic and Family Violence (DFV) Prevention Month and NAPCAN is supporting the campaign with new brochures that highlight the impact of DFV on children.

Download the brochure to learn more about DFV and how we can all play our part in protecting families from violence: