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Step by Step Victoria 2006 (Familiarisation training)

Thursday August 29, 9:30 am - Friday August 30, 4:30 pm
Centre For Excellence in Child and Family Welfare, 5/50 Market Street
Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia
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Free

Step by Step 2006 – two-day familiarisation training Step by Step is the mandatory, competency-based carer assessment package to be used in the assessment of potential foster carers by CSOs in Victoria.  It includes tools and a clear framework for making assessments of foster care applicants, based on clear evidence of their skills.  It provides

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RCLDS Funded Training- Self-Care: Detecting and preventing compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma – RCLDSC20190830 (South Melbourne)

Friday August 30, 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Hosted by MacKillop Family Services (South Melbourne), 237 Cecil Street
South Melbourne, Victoria 3205 Australia
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Free

This training is only available to residential care workers in Victoria Practitioners in the child and family welfare sector are at a higher risk for vicarious trauma, a cumulative process which can creep up, changing our attitudes, worldviews, and ultimately cutting short many promising careers.  Some participants who have completed this workshop discovered they were actually

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Self-Care: Detecting and preventing compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma – CALSCS20190830 (South Melbourne)

Friday August 30, 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Hosted by MacKillop Family Services (South Melbourne), 237 Cecil Street
South Melbourne, Victoria 3205 Australia
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$290 – $330

Practitioners in the child and family welfare sector are at a higher risk for vicarious trauma, a cumulative process which can creep up, changing our attitudes, worldviews, and ultimately cutting short many promising careers.  Some participants who have completed this workshop discovered they were actually more affected by their clients’ trauma  than they had ever previously

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