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Working with Dads

A webinar series for professionals working with dads and families.

Join our webinar series and gain knowledge, practical advice and strategies to engage dads and families in positive and effective ways.

Over three sessions, you’ll learn in depth about our fatherhood resources and professionals’ toolkit. Each session includes interactive elements, group discussion and Q&A.


We are running these sessions throughout 2020:
  • Session 1 - August 5, October 7 and November 4
  • Session 2 - August 12, October 14 and November 11
  • Session 3 - August 19, October 21 and November 18
All sessions run for 1 hour 15mins via Zoom. A zoom link will be sent before the session commences.
Session 1:
  • What makes dads important?
  • 7 different ways to be a dad
  • Dad-focused programs, research and work across Australia
Session 2:
  • Promoting to dads effectively
  • Dads creating positive family relationships
  • Work and family balance for dads
Session 3:
  • Creating a dad-focused service
  • Working from home – how are dads going?
  • Future work with dads
  • One session: $25 (incl. GST) + BF
  • Two sessions: $45 (incl. GST) + BF (save 10%)
  • Three sessions: $60 (incl. GST) + BF (save 20%)

For more information on Support for Fathers or to access free resources for professionals and fathers, visit our website at www.supportforfathers.com.au
Relationships Australia Victoria is funded by the Department of Social Services, as part of the National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children 2010-2022, to deliver the Support for Fathers project.