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Here’s our Family and Domestic Violence Online Training. As part of the increasing focus and awareness of family and domestic violence, the Federal Government is introducing new legislation in 2023 to support staff better.

This means that full-time, part-time and casual staff can access 10 days of paid family and domestic violence leave annually.


Designed for managers, team leaders and Human Resources, we have combined everything an employer needs to navigate this complex topic to take the stress away, so everyone can remain productive.

Online Training Package:

2 Training Modules:

  • Awareness
  • Managing Staff Disclosure

$350 + GST per person

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  • Raise awareness and learn the types of family and domestic violence
  • Common myths around family and domestic violence
  • Understand barriers to disclosing
  • Learn from those with lived experience who share their stories
  • Identify indicators of people experiencing family and domestic violence

1 hour

Managing Staff Disclosure

  • Understand the impact on individuals in the workplace
  • Learn about the subtle signs that someone is experiencing family violence and the best approach
  • What to do if an employee is experiencing family and domestic violence – what is both helpful and unhelpful
  • Learn what support services to recommend
  • Respecting privacy and confidentiality

30 minutes

  • Online learning modules come with a Certificate of Completion upon completion of both modules.

Family and Domestic Violence Staff Disclosure and Leave Policy

Designed as a policy you can download now as a word document and customise to your organisation.

  • Family And Domestic Violence Definitions
  • What Your Organisation Can Do to Support Staff
  • Who is Covered Under this Policy
  • Leave Requirements
  • Evidence Requirements
  • Confidentiality and Reporting Requirements
  • External Support Services

$450 + GST

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Debrief & Support Toolkit for Leaders

Designed for leaders when having the challenging conversation with staff who may share they are experiencing family and domestic violence.  A quick reference guide that can be downloaded as a PDF document to maintain as part of your leader’s toolkit.

  • Steps for responding to staff disclosure of family and domestic violence
  • What to say – what is helpful and what is unhelpful
  • Helpful tips for how to manage staff disclosure

$450 + GST 

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Need more specialised training? Face to face and virtual training is also available.

Contact us for more.
We will provide you and your team the comms you need to email out to staff to assist with the training being a business-as-usual upskill, and nothing for people to feel nervous about!

Thank you Jodie and the team at E Matrix for your partnership with us at a very pressured time to support our delivery of Family Domestic Provisioning. Your expertise, compassion and commitment to supporting our business, people and customers was phenomenal! You made a difficult and challenging delivery solution seamless and positive working together to overcame any challenges and the results were outstanding. Thank you so much for all your hard work and dedication!

Bianca - Business Readiness & Capability ManagerOrigin Energy