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Convene Effective CARE Team Meetings – Echuca Regional Health

Wednesday August 16, 2023, 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Course Overview

The aim of this workshop is to provide practitioners with an understanding of the principles that frame Care teams to ensure they are meaningful and successful.

This training provides information on how to embed Care team processes, including collaborative practice, working in partnership, effective communication, and engagement of young people.


This workshop will cover:

  • Core values that frame CARE teams
  • Constraints and barriers to convening effective CARE teams
  • Having the difficult conversation
  • Completing the required documentation for CARE teams

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Convene an effective CARE team meeting and understand its processes
  • Develop strategies to convene a CARE team meeting effectively
  • Work collaboratively and in partnership with families, child protection, service providers and others
  • Address any constraints or barriers within CARE teams
  • Ensure a BICPM and LAC approach is embedded by developing a suite of meaningful questions to engage families in difficult conversations
  • Support young people to engage in their CARE team meetings
  • Complete the required documentation, agenda, minutes, LAC and other requirements


Trainer Bio

Kerry Marshall

Kerry Marshall, Grad Dip Family Therapy/Counselling, Grad Cert in Developmental Trauma, Grad Cert in Education & Training, Dip Community Welfare Work, Dip in Education & Training, Dip in Training & Assessment, Cert 1V Community Services & Cert IV in Training & Assessment.

Kerry is a Freelance Senior Training & Development Consultant & Family Therapist. Kerry has worked in the community services sector for over thirty years both for the Department of Health & Human Services in Child Protection, Juvenile Justice and out of home care, in direct work and management and for the non-government organisations as Program Manager for Case Management, LAC Looking after children Coordinator, a Coordinator in Education and Training programs & Student Placement Co-coordinator.  As the Student Placement Co-coordinator Kerry developed a strong network within the Universities, TAFE’s and RTO’s, supporting student placements within programs at The Salvation Army.

Kerry’s role as a freelance trainer is to design, develop and coordinate community services nationally accredited training in certificate, diploma and advanced practitioner level. Kerry delivers numerous in-house training sessions that are tailored & customised for organisations training needs, including Top-up trauma, Beginning Practice & MARAM delivering training across the state.


Wednesday August 16, 2023
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

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