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May 2019

RCLDS – Supervision Training for Residential Care Supervisors (Rowville)

Wednesday May 29, 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Hosted by Rowville International Hotel, 1233 Stud Rd
Rowville, Victoria 3178 Australia
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This training is for Residential care supervisors in Victoria. This targeted training is aimed at giving new and existing Residential care supervisors the essential frameworks and tools to supervise their staff.  The course will give an insight into relevant leadership styles, functions of supervision and an understanding of worker motivation. Who should attend If you are a supervisor or acting supervisor but have not had any supervision training, or if you want to refresh your skills, this training is for

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June 2019

RCLDS – Foundations Youth Mental Health (Dandenong)

Wednesday June 26, 9:30 am - Thursday June 27, 5:00 pm
Hosted by Wesley – Dandenong, Level 7, 280 Thomas St
Dandenong, Australia
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Free 16 tickets left

This workshop is only available to residential care workers in Victoria. This course is a comprehensive program aimed at educating people to recognise and manage mental health crises. Designed and developed under the auspices of Orygen Research and the University of Melbourne, this workshop is widely recognised as the Mental Health First Aid course. This course will: provide information and strategies for a first aid response to mental health crisis demystify mental health help participants recognise symptoms of the major

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RCLDS – Effective Conflict Management (Preston)

Thursday June 27, 9:30 am - Friday June 28, 5:00 pm
Hosted by Anglicare Preston, 42 Mary Street
Preston, Victoria 3072 Australia
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This training is only available for residential care workers in Victoria. Aim of Training Occupational violence has increased over recent years with statistical evidence indicating that individuals working within the residential, welfare and home based care sectors are amongst those most likely to be subjected to potentially violent situations. The fundamental aim of the current program is to ensure safety – safety for all. Through your participation in this program, you will learn the necessary skills to engage a diverse

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