The ACT Human Rights Commission is providing free training for the community about ACT discrimination law. This brand new interactive workshop will draw on real-life situations to enhance your understanding. Topics covered will include:
Training & Professional Development
Sexual Health and Family Planning ACT will be running the SoSAFE! User Training. SoSAFE! is a set of visual and conceptual tools designed to promote social safety for people with an Intellectual Disability (moderate to severe range) and Autism Spectrum Disorder. SoSAFE! tools encourage social safety through the provision of a simplified and rule-governed model of social reality that teaches the type and degree of verbal and physical intimacy appropriate with different categories of people.
SoSAFE! Training receivables:
YWCA Canberra is hosting a 'She Leads' Workshop - 'Get your voice heard with Lightbulb Improv'. The training is for women who are looking to develop or improve their management style, be a better leader, and work better as a team member. The next YWCA Canberra She Leads workshop presented by Lightbulb Improv is designed to explore how improvisation skills build confidence in presentation and performance in the workplace.
Legal Aid ACT and the Community Legal Centre’s are delivering a range of legal training sessions. Each session will be held on a different date, but at the same time and in the same location.
Time: 9.30am to 11.30am
Location: Legal Aid, first floor, 2 Allsop Street, Canberra City
Cost: FREE. Materials and morning tea included
The sessions for the next six months are as follows:
ACTCOSS is hosting a workshop that will introduce participants to a strengths-based model for building resilience, called the Resilience Doughnut. In the session, the workshop will look at how to work together to develop strategies and ideas to build resilience into personal and professional roles.
The ACT Human Rights Commission is providing free training for the community about ACT discrimination law. This brand interactive new workshop will draw on real-life situations to enhance workers understanding.
Topics covered will include:
The June - July 2017 Training and Professional Development Calendar is now available to download.
ACT Health are hosting multiple training sessions on smoking cessation.
ACTCOSS is hosting a Strategic Indigenous Awareness: To Understand Our Present, We Must Understand Our Past program. Grant Sarra, from Grant Sarra Consultancy Services will present this interactive program. Grant is a Bunda man with a 36-year background and experience working in areas that deal exclusively with Indigenous community problems, issues and aspirations relevant to public and private sector projects across Australia.
"Young people are super-physical, super-influenced by their emotions, and respond super-impulsively to what’s going on around them. So with all this in mind this workshop will take you through a process that looks at how to harness all this for the good of a group." This workshop looks at the skills, ways of thinking and practical strategies needed to run/facilitate groups with teenagers who at times can be challenging and difficult. It also looks at the pivotal idea of Engagement and how to maintain that engagement over time.