Practice Standards for Men’s Behaviour Change Programs
The Practice Standards for Men’s Behaviour Change Programs
articulate the NSW Government’s expectations of MBCP providers. The Standards' objective is to provide guidance to ensure programs reflect good practice and are safe and effective in changing the behaviour of men that use violence. The Practice Standards replace the Minimum Standards for Men’s Behaviour Change Programs.
The Standards apply to all group programs for male perpetrators of domestic and family violence in NSW. This includes programs run by government agencies in a community or custodial setting. It also includes programs run by non-government organisations.
Compliance Framework for Men’s Behaviour Change Programs
Compliance Framework for Men's Behaviour Change Programs – Online Delivery Supplement
The Online Delivery Supplement details further information and evidence required for registration of a program for online delivery. The purpose of the Online Delivery Supplement is to help providers think about the unique risks of online MBCP delivery and how this may impact the safety of victims and children, participants and facilitators, in a different way to a face to face program.
Registration for online delivery is only available to providers already registered for face to face service delivery, or those currently applying.