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COVID Safe Training & Education Services

Full Stop Australia continues to deliver services and support through these uncertain times. The work to create safe communities and a confident health and community care workforce needs to go on.

While COVID numbers and transmission risk remains high, our preference is for online learning, to protect the safety of our staff and training participants. However, we will accommodate all requests for face-to-face training subject to COVID safety measures being met. We are constantly reviewing our COVID safety plans to ensure they reflect the latest guidance from the NSW and other state governments.

In order for a face-to-face session to proceed we will need:

  • All participants to show proof of vaccination status
  • Masks to be worn during the session and all breaks
  • Training venue/rooms must be large enough to accommodate the 4 square metre per person rule.


Close contacts of a confirmed COVID case or people who are showing any COVID symptom(s) should stay home.

Feel free to contact Marika on training@fullstop.com.au if you have any questions or concerns.

Keep in touch,

The Full Stop Australia Team


Full Stop Australia has been working in the field of sexual, domestic and family violence since 1971. We are an accredited, nationally focused, not-for-profit organisation.

Our training and professional services draw on our decades working in the sexual, domestic and family violence sector.

We ensure all our trainers and clinical staff are tertiary qualified and experienced psychologists, social workers or counsellors.

Our programs are based on evidence and best practice. They are delivered by experienced educators and underpinned by adult learning principles.

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