Modules

Modules

We invite you to view, share and embed the free (donated) Insight Exchange modules.

  • Introductory Modules
  • Foundations Modules
  • In Focus Modules

We ask that you follow and adhere to the guidance on Using Insight Exchange.

Introductory Modules

Every response matters, and therefore the understanding of every industry matters. The 5 introductory modules (Any responder, clubs industry, fitness industry, hotel industry and security industry) are designed to build on understanding of and responses to domestic, family and sexualised violence.

Each module is 50 minutes and contains lived experience insights, data, concepts, animations and introduction to resources you can take forward (at no cost) into your industry. From the suite below choose which is best for you to view individually and/or as a team. All modules use the same content with the difference being nuanced lived-experience insights.

Content:

  • Who is responsible for responding?
  • What is domestic and family violence?
  • Who experiences domestic and family violence?
  • How can I understand more about peoples lived experiences?
  • How can every workplace and team member be ready to respond?
  • How can every workplace and team member support (not pressure) victim-survivors?
  • What about sexualised violence?
  • Who ‘should’ victim-survivors talk to?
  • What can your team and workplace do about people who use domestic and family violence?
  • How can your workplace and team use Insight Exchange to inform its responses?

Share your de-identified responses with us about the introductory module including a message to people with lived experience who shared their insights into the module.

View the Introductory Module: Any Responder (50mins) (includes Auslan)

Every industry matters. And all of us have a part to play.

All of us are friends and family to people in our lives and we can be more prepared to respond if someone shares with us they need our support.

View the Introductory Module: Clubs Industry (50mins) (includes Auslan).

Clubs are a connection point for many individuals and communities across Australia. The 2015 National Clubs Census estimated there are over 6,000 clubs in Australia, and more than 13m members, and 300m+ visits annually, with 172,000 staff across the nation.

View the Introductory Module: Fitness Industry (50mins) (includes Auslan).

According to (RunRepeat’s analysis 2021) there are roughly 3,715 gyms, 4 million members and over 30,000 trainers in Australia. 15.3% of Australians are members of a gym.

View the Introductory Module: Hotel Industry (50mins) (includes Auslan).

The Accommodation Association represents over 3,500 businesses contributing $13 billion to the Australian economy. There are 113,500 people employed in the accommodation industry,

View the Introductory Module: Security Industry (50mins) (includes Auslan)

The security industry in 2022 has over 6,889 businesses contributing $11 billion to the Australian economy. With 153,000 licensed security professionals the security industry is significantly larger than both the Australian police force and defence forces.

Foundations and Foundations Applied

What we understand about domestic, family and sexualised violence informs how we respond: It influences how we design and communicate products, services and systems.

The Foundations and Foundations Applied videos are part of the Insight Exchange Futures Framework designed to build on your understanding of and responses to domestic, family and sexualised violence.  

Explore on the Foundations page where you can read about the

  1. content summary
  2. review comments.

Build on your understanding and responses through these in focus modules.

Economic Abuse

  • 'Introduction to Economic Abuse (23mins) This video is for anyone who wants to learn about financial and economic abuse as a form of domestic and family violence. A co-production of the Centre for Women’s Economic Safety and Insight Exchange.
  • Explore more on the My economic safety page

Workplace Sexual Harassment

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