Would you like to be an accredited MATE Trainer? Spend three days immersed in the MATE content, and become qualified to run MATE workshops within your own organisation. MATE Train the Trainer’s bring together like-minded people, passionate about preventing violence. You will also earn a Griffith University micro-credential upon successful completion
We offer different options, depending on your needs, budget and size of your organisation. We can help to figure out which of the below options may be best for you.
This will bring together people from different organisations, from different industries and locations across the country (and the world) to explore the MATE curriculum and become accredited MATE trainers. This allows participants to network with others, while learning about how other organisations are addressing violence prevention in their workplace.
Individual trainers will then be certified to facilitate Cultural Change Workshops within their own organisation for a period of 12 months. We do recommend that two staff from the same organisation gain accreditation in order to co-facilitate together.
MATE will support accredited trainers to ensure they are confident and capable to facilitate workshops and achieve positive outcomes.
Short refresher courses are required annually to maintain accreditation ($200 per person).
A MATE team of two facilitators will come to your workplace and train up to 30 of your staff to become accredited MATE trainers. We will spend three days exploring the MATE curriculum and discussing ways in which the MATE approach can be embedded within your organisational context and culture. Participants will then be accredited to provide Cultural Change Workshops internally within your organisation for a period of 12 months.
MATE will support your accredited trainers to ensure they are confident and capable to facilitate workshops and achieve positive outcomes.
Short refresher courses are required annually to maintain accreditation ($3,000 per organisation).