- Graduate Certificate in Domestic & Gender-Based Violence Research and Practice
- Attributes, outcomes and skills
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Intended learning outcomes
On completion of this course, graduates will be able to:
- Demonstrate a specialised theoretical understanding and applied knowledge of the current research, debates, policies and practices informing national and global responses to domestic and gender-based violence.
- Critically review, analyse, consolidate and synthesise the evidence base related to domestic and gender-based violence prevention and intervention;
- Evaluate the social, cultural, political and historical contexts informing national and global policies and practices related to domestic and gender-based violence prevention, intervention, research and evaluation;
- Communicate theoretical concepts and research findings to the wider community, including other professionals working within the domestic and gender-based violence space;
- Demonstrate specialised practice skills related to risk assessment, perpetrator intervention and working with victim/survivors (including children and young people).
- Demonstrate specialised ethical research skills in designing and conducting research and evaluation with women who have experienced violence, including measuring the prevalence, nature and extent of women's experiences of violence.
- Apply the principles of domestic and gender-based violence research for program evaluation purposes.
Graduates of the Graduate Certificate in Domestic and Gender-Based Violence Research and Practice should be able to:
- Link theory to practice;
- Critically analyse texts, thinking and practices;
- Demonstrate development of problem-solving skills;
- Design and undertake independent research projects; and
- Communicate effectively in written and oral forms relevant to both academic and practice contexts.
Last updated: 16 November 2022