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Responding to Client Needs

Please note: This course is only available via credit card payment at the time of registration. This course outlines how to respond to clients with a range of needs, using person-centred work practices. It provides information on the impact of a range of typical issues experienced by clients, and the legal and ethical work considerations of client work. Who should attend? People who work directly with clients [More]
Assessments are made against units of competency from the Certificate IV in Child, Youth and Family Intervention CHC40313.
$250 Limited GST free
Responding to Client Needs

<p>{image name:“AASW CPD Endorsed Logo” align:“right” width:“100” height:“100”}</p><p>Please note: This course is only available via credit card payment at the time of registration.</p><p>This course

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Self paced

2020-07-05 2020-07-05
Self paced assessment

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Accidental Counsellor: 2 Day CCWT Workshop

Workers who are not employed as counsellors often find themselves placed in an impromptu counselling role as a result of issues or requests for help that arise from contact with clients in their workplace setting. They feel they can’t refuse to help, but how do they respond? Without the clarity and assurance that comes from professional support, resources, training and experience, or even a clear mandate to ‘do counselling’, the accidental counsellor is confronted with a range of... [More]
$540 Limited GST free
Accidental Counsellor: 2 Day CCWT Workshop

<p>{image name:“AASW CPD Endorsed Logo” align:“right” width:“100” height:“100”}</p><p>Workers who are not employed as counsellors often find themselves placed in an impromptu counselling role as a

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Uncomfortable Conversations: How to Talk about the Elephant in the Room

It’s fair to say that most of us do not enjoy having difficult conversations. We either avoid them entirely – resulting in us feeling unacknowledged and frustrated, or we go charging in like a bull in a china shop – resulting in increased tension and conflict. Whilst both of these approaches are common, neither response is likely to result in successful outcomes. This course will build your knowledge and skills in having uncomfortable conversations that are honest, respectful and... [More]
$270 Limited GST free
Uncomfortable Conversations: How to Talk about the Elephant in the Room

<p>{image name:“AASW CPD Endorsed Logo” align:“right” width:“100” height:“100”}</p><p>It’s fair to say that most of us do not enjoy having difficult conversations. We either avoid them entirely –

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Applying a Trauma Informed Approach

Providing effective services for people who have experienced trauma has been difficult for both practitioners and service users. This has required organisations to consider whether existing systems of care and models of service delivery are indeed effective in supporting trauma survivors or re traumatising. The current political climate, with cuts to funding and increased pressure on resources, coupled with traumatised clients, has resulted in many traumatised service systems and... [More]
$270 Limited GST free
Applying a Trauma Informed Approach

<p>{image name:“AASW CPD Endorsed Logo” align:“right” width:“100” height:“100”}</p><p>Providing effective services for people who have experienced trauma has been difficult for both practitioners and

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What’s Up with My Mob? Understanding the Impact of Transgenerational Trauma on Aboriginal Peoples

This workshop aims to challenge and test past perceptions of Aboriginal Peoples and their culture and will encourage participants to develop a more respectful understanding of Aboriginal clients, work mates and society in general. This workshop will address cultural realities in order to improve service delivery to Aboriginal clients and co-workers. The consolidated trauma of transgenerational trauma, lateral violence and cultural loads impact on all Aboriginal families and may... [More]

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Acts of Resistance, Acts of Reclaiming: Using Narrative Therapy when Working with People who have been Subjected to Sexual Assault

Hearing stories of sexual assault can be challenging, particularly when this is regularly part of the work. Workers may get weighed down by the stories, and may hold worries about re­traumatising clients during the counselling, health check or court preparation process. While primarily focusing on counselling, this workshop will support workers in a variety of fields when responding to the impact of sexual assault. It draws on the theory and practices of Narrative Therapy to... [More]

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Managing Aggressive and Violent Behaviour

This workshop will enable you to understand the factors that may lead to the aggressive and violent behaviour of clients. It will outline appropriate violence prevention, defusion and post trauma support techniques and enable you to formulate and implement effective strategies for change to make your workplace safer for you and your clients. The workshop will cover: self-awareness and management skills, knowledge of causes (triggers) and types of violence, intervention skills,... [More]

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Working with Challenging Behaviours through Marte Meo Developmental Method

Marte Meo offers a framework for supporting challenging behaviours from a developmental approach. It looks at ‘problem behaviours’ as an opportunity for development rather than a ‘problem’ to be fixed. In doing so, Marte Meo provides very practical and concrete steps for intervention. The Marte Meo Developmental Support method is used in over 70 countries. It is currently being used in Australia in the early childhood sector, ASD services, NGO OOHC, NGO child protection and family... [More]

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Cultural Intelligence

Do you work with culturally diverse clients and communities? Would you like to be more confident and competent in connecting across cultures? Could you benefit from a “toolbox” of evidence-based Cultural Intelligence methods, to use at work and share with colleagues? The ability to navigate cultural differences successfully is key in the multicultural Australia of today – one of the most culturally diverse nations in the Western world. Cultural Intelligence develops multicultural... [More]

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Safe Home Visiting

Are you just starting your home visits or have you been home visiting for a long time and want to review/refresh your practice? Either way, Safe Home Visiting will assist you to make your home visits productive and safer. Using realistic case scenarios and participant experiences we will explore and develop good practice policy, procedures and strategies that will help you when you are home visiting clients. We will focus on: Identifying safety issues, determining when it is safe... [More]

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