RCLDS Effective Conflict Management (Echuca) RCLECM20190829

Hosted by Echuca Community for the Aged 20 Hartshorn Dr, Echuca, VIC

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...

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RCLDS Effective Conflict Management (Echuca) RCLECM20191115

Hosted by Echuca Community for the Aged 20 Hartshorn Dr, Echuca, VIC

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...

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RCLDS – Autism Training for Support Staff and Organisations (Echuca) RCLASD20191126

Hosted by Echuca Community for the Aged 20 Hartshorn Dr, Echuca, VIC

This workshop is only available to residential care workers in Victoria. The training outline is as follows: Introduction to Autism Introduction of the social model of disability, ableism and language Autism and Identity What is autism spectrum disorder is and how it effects a person’s behaviour Overview of an Autism diagnosis Understand how sensory processing differences impact...

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Effective Conflict Management (Echuca)

Hosted by Echuca Community for the Aged 20 Hartshorn Dr, Echuca, VIC

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...

Funded
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