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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.
$1,450 Limited GST free
Family Group Conferencing Facilitator Training

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$1,450 Limited inc GST
Family Group Conferencing Facilitator Training

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Parent Assessment for Restoration Tool Familiarisation (Step by Step)

Assessing parents for the return home of their children is challenging. Parent assessors must have relevant knowledge about good restoration practice. This is a two-part course: The first part is a self-paced distance-learning course entitled Foundations for Good Restoration Practice. In order to be able to assess if a parent has the capacity to safely care for their child/ren, assessors must be able to understand key messages from research, be aware of parental capacity to change,... [More]
$540 Limited GST free
Parent Assessment for Restoration Tool Familiarisation (Step by Step)

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Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change: 2 Day

Motivational interviewing is a framework that was originally developed in the alcohol and other drug field by William Miller and Stephen Rollnick. The essence of motivational interviewing is that it is a collaborative, goal-oriented style of communication with particular attention to the language of change. It is designed to strengthen personal motivation for, and commitment to, a specific goal by eliciting and exploring the person’s own reasons for change within an atmosphere of... [More]

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Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change: 3 Day

Motivational interviewing is a framework that was originally developed in the alcohol and other drug field by William Miller and Stephen Rollnick. The essence of motivational interviewing is that it is a collaborative, goal-oriented style of communication with particular attention to the language of change. It is designed to strengthen personal motivation for, and commitment to, a specific goal by eliciting and exploring the person’s own reasons for change within an atmosphere of... [More]

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Orientation to the Alcohol and Other Drugs Field

Acquire the knowledge, attitudes and skills needed to increase your ability to work with clients who use and misuse alcohol and/or other drugs. Topics include historical and current drug trends, drug use patterns models of dependence, overview of pharmacology, treatment approaches, harm reduction, the role of prevention, assessment and referral, and crisis management. This course also includes information on services and practical strategies to support workers in the field. At the... [More]

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

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 participants' work. This course will equip participants with best practice skills and strategies, leading them to feel more... [More]

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Relapse Prevention in Mental Health and AOD treatment

Learn relapse prevention strategies for clients to support their recovery from mental health and/or AOD issues. You will be introduced to a range of tools to assist with monitoring wellbeing. a. Relapse prevention is an essential aspect of behavioural change for clients addressing both AOD and mental health issues. It involves understanding the process of change; differentiating between a lapse and a relapse; eliminating a sense of failure; identifying triggers and developing... [More]

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Introduction to Structured Decision Making – Safety Assessment and Risk Assessment

This 1-day course provides participants with an introduction to the Structured Decision Making® Safety and Risk assessment tools used in the NSW child protection sector. Both FaCS and non-government agencies now train their staff in the same structured decision making safety and risk assessments, enabling all agencies working with families in the child protection system to speak the one assessment language; facilitating more efficient referral and case transfer between agencies;... [More]

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Parent Assessment for Restoration Tool Assessment Skills (Step by Step)

Assessing parents for the return home of their children is challenging. Parent assessors must have relevant knowledge about good restoration practice in addition to good assessment skills. This is a two-part course: The first part is a self-paced distance-learning course entitled Foundations for Good Restoration Practice. In order to be able to assess if a parent has the capacity to safely care for their child/ren, assessors must be able to understand key messages from research, be... [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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