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Family Group Conferencing Facilitator Training

Family Group Conferencing is a process that brings families together to develop solutions for the issues that children and young people are facing. In NSW it is increasingly being used in the out of home care system to support decision making processes about where children and young people in care can find a permanent placement. This course will provide you with the mediation skills needed to successfully facilitate a family group conferencing process. It is presented in a blended... [More]
Assessments are made against units of competency from the Certificate IV in Community Services CHC42015.

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Assessing Children: Autism, ADHD or Trauma?

Many traumatised children present with symptoms similar to autism (for example difficulties in social interaction, verbal and non-verbal communication skills and repetitive patterns of behaviour), and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (for example the inability to concentrate, hyperactivity and impulsiveness). This presents a challenge to those assessing and working with these children: how can one determine whether the child’s presentation relates to trauma, ADHD or autism?... [More]

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Child Development and Attachment: Impact from Early Years to Adulthood

Over thirty years of attachment research has helped us to understand how crucial early childhood experiences are to the entire spectrum of a child’s development; affecting social, emotional, physical and cognitive growth. This understanding has been enhanced by brain development research which illustrates how reliant children are on sensitive caregiving for optimal development. However, all too often children don’t receive the care they need in their early years. Issues associated... [More]

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Engaging Parents: Establishing a Working Alliance with Parents/Carers of Children and Young People at Risk

Syntax error in "{image name:“ACA-recognised” align:“right” width:“..." There's no image with the name: ACA-recognised Engaging parents/carers while working with children and adolescents has been shown as invaluable in creating and supporting the change process. This course will help participants develop skills in positive engagement of parents from the outset. Participants will learn ways to recruit parents and the existing expertise they hold, thereby gaining a vital ally in... [More]

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Engaging with Families: Using Questions as an Intervention – Appreciative Inquiry and Solution-Focused Questions

This 2-day course provides participants with an introduction to solution focused questioning and appreciative inquiry when working with families in the early intervention and child protection space. A key component of this work is assisting families bring about change to promote safety for their children. The solution focused approach assumes that people and families are competent and expert in their own lives and can initiate and maintain change if they have a hand in developing... [More]

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Providing Online Services to Children and Young People: Necessary and Good

With the arrival of COVID to Australia, many workers had to expediently move their services to an online platform, often with little to no training for practitioners. In this workshop you will develop and expand your ethical and practice framework, allowing you to feel comfortable utilising technology-based interventions with children and young people who have experienced trauma. This informative and creative one day workshop will explore two main issues: The ethical landscape of... [More]

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Difficult Conversations with Resistant Parents

This three day course is based within a human rights framework that focuses on child protection and respectful engagement of parents who are often classified as involuntary. The course comprises an initial two day program, followed by a third day held six weeks later, to allow for some homework between the two sessions. The participants will be introduced to a conversational style that utilises both a psychobiological and curiosity approach to engaging parents. Participants will... [More]

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Domestic and Family Violence: Understanding the Impact on Children

For many years children were viewed as silent witnesses to the trauma which was going on within their homes. Some even considered that children could live in these homes and not be impacted. Research indicates an alarming prevalence of domestic violence in our society and a potentially harmful impact on children. For these reasons it is important for those workers who encounter children in their work roles to have some insight into domestic violence and its impact on children. The... [More]

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