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Working with the NDIS to support families at risk

Online , Australia

This is a workshop designed to deliver practical, pragmatic training for child and family sector staff who may support participants in the NDIS, or the carers of children in the NDIS. The workshop is delivered as two 120 minute online workshops, with all new content to explain how the NDIS has changed in response to COVID […]

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Putting MARAM into Practice: Intermediate Risk Assessment and Management

Online , Australia

Putting MARAM into Practice: Intermediate Risk Assessment and Management This training is provided by the Department of Health for Department of Health-funded workforces. Putting MARAM Into Practice Workshops (4 hours) – all are welcome to attend these workshops however, they are well suited for those who have completed MARAM intermediate-level training and who want to […]

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Understanding Professional Boundaries (RCLDS)

Online , Australia

Course Overview This workshop is designed to help residential care workers and other welfare professionals understand how to establish and maintain professional boundaries.  Key concepts are presented that explain why boundaries are important to building the foundation to positive therapeutic interventions.  Some of the pitfalls of poor boundaries are examined within the context of organisational […]

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MARAM Intermediate Training

Online , Australia

Family Violence Multi-Agency Risk Assessment and Management Framework (MARAM) This training is provided by the Department of Health for Department of Health-funded workforces. MARAM victim survivor intermediate training – for Department of Health workforces with MARAM intermediate level responsibilities (such as but not limited to - the alcohol and other drug workforce, and staff that […]

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MARAM Intermediate Training for Mental Health and Wellbeing Clinicians

Online , Australia

Course Overview This two-hour training session has been designed for all mental health and wellbeing clinicians with intermediate MARAM responsibilities in any role with the mental health and wellbeing sector. The aim of MARAM is to increase the safety and wellbeing of Victorians by ensuring relevant services can effectively identify, assess and manage family violence […]

Working with Young People who Use Drugs and Alcohol

Training Room, Level 5, 50 Market Street, 3000, VIC, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Course Overview Young people use substances for a variety of reasons, but many of these can often get missed when faced with presenting health concerns and problematic behaviours. Sometimes we don’t stop to ask ‘why is this young person using?’ and ‘what are they getting from substances that they aren’t getting elsewhere?’ This training focuses […]

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Putting MARAM into Practice: Advanced Case Notes and Documentation in a Family Violence Context

Online , Australia

This training is provided by the Department of Health for Department of Health-funded workforces. Putting MARAM Into Practice Workshops (4 hours) – all are welcome to attend these workshops however, they are well suited for those who have completed MARAM intermediate-level training and who want to expand their learning. Learning outcomes Use your case notes […]

SafeTALK – Suicide Prevention (RCLDS)

Anglicare Dandenong 131-147 Walker St, Dandenong VIC 3175, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

LivingWorks safeTALK is half day in-person workshop that teaches carers the skills to identify someone with thoughts of suicide, ask them openly and directly about suicide, and connect them with resources that can help keep them safe. Using a simple yet effective model, LivingWorks safeTALK empowers everyone to make a difference. SafeTALK workshops feature: The […]

A Mental Health Toolkit for Residential Carers Workshop

Online via Zoom https://zoom.us/

Course Overview This workshop will support participants to think about some of the widely used principles and frameworks commonly used in residential care (including TCI) as they relate to supporting young people experiencing mental ill-health. In the first session, residential carers will develop their skills in identifying concerns regarding a young person’s mental health, and providing […]

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