CRC provides specialist training to government and non-government organisations. The training improves the capacity of frontline workers to support people on release from prison, families and those affected by the criminal justice system.
Many agencies come into contact with people affected by the criminal justice system and require support in understanding and responding to the issues these clients face.
Our training packages are designed to assist workers across a range of sectors to work effectively with prisoners, people on release from prison, and their families. The various barriers and challenges faced by these populations are explored, as are modes of practice and strategies for support.
“I felt the training was excellent as it drew on all the experience within the room as well as the trainers’, giving me valuable information, contacts and pathways to move forward”
~ Training attendee
Current training packages include:
- Working with Families of Prisoners
- From Prison to the Community
- Working With Men Who Sexually Offend
Eligibility: This service is available to government and non-government agencies looking to build capacity in the area of criminal justice support.
Access: Phone (02) 9288 8700, 9am–5pm Monday to Friday.
Good to know: Training packages can be tailored to meet the needs of your organisation. Contact CRC for more information and fees. Please note the availability of training varies throughout the year.
Funding: This service is currently funded by service users and CRC.
For more information about any of the CRC training packages please contact us.