Census of Workforces that Intersect with Family Violence 2019

The 2nd Family Violence Workforce Census is now open

In 2017, more than 11,000 people completed the first Family Violence Workforce Census and helped inform the development of the 10-Year industry plan for Family Violence Prevention and Response.

These responses helped the Victorian Government get a clearer picture of the workforce with data on:
  • roles, salaries, qualifications and experience
  • job motivation and satisfaction
  • career pathways and training
  • levels of confidence in identifying and responding to family violence
  • what types of support would enable a more effective response to family violence.

This year, we need to hear from even more people.

This census is for everyone who plays a role in preventing, identifying and responding to family violence, even if it isn't the main focus or function of their role - like teachers, childcare workers, financial counselors and more.
Complete the census now
Logos of supporting organisations: Family Safety Victoria, VCOSS, NTV, DVVic, GenVic and Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare
We encourage you to forward this to your colleagues and friends in other sectors.

The census is being led by Family Safety Victoria with support from VCOSS, No to Violence, Domestic Violence Victoria, GenVic and The Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare.

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