Best Interest Case Practice Model Training Series 2013

The Centre is pleased to announce that the Best Interest Case Practice Model Training Series will continue with a session on April 5th looking at “Working with children, adolescents & their families where there are sexualised behaviours”.

This is a continuation of the massively successful series that took place in 2012, so register soon to confirm your place.

When: Friday 5th April – 10am to 4pm

Where: 50 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne (Conference Rooms 1.02-1.03)

Cost: FREE

Speakers: Dr Russell Pratt – Statewide Principal Practitioner, Dr Anne Welfare – East Division Principal Practitioner

Limited places are available and registration is essential.

To register, email your RSVP to principal.practitioner@dhs.vic.gov.au ASAP.  All cancellations must be notified in writing to enable places to be offered to those on the wait list.

 

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