There are 3 spots available for this two-day Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural competency workshop for family and community services.
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This workshop is for Family Support Workers who are working with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander children and families with complex needs.
Excellent facilitation skills are fundamental for workplace leadership but not always easy to master. This workshop will provide an understanding of facilitation practice that can be applied in meetings and a range of other forums. The workshop will introduce participants to techniques and approaches that will enable participants to be a confident and effective facilitator.
ACTCOSS is partnering with ANU CSRM to offer an exciting executive education course to equip participants with fundamental skills to use data effectively to inform and evaluate evidence-based practice in the community services sector.
In a constantly changing context, leaders and managers need to be adaptable and creative, and foster these attributes in their teams members as well.
This workshop is designed to equip emerging and existing Team Leaders and Managers with knowledge and resources that will assist them to lead and manage through uncertainty and change.
For years, it has been ‘the people in IT’ who have had the primary responsibility for ensuring the privacy and overall safety of their organisations digital infrastructure. Those days are long gone. Simply understanding that threats exist but choosing to ‘wait and watch’ is no longer an acceptable strategy. With the current and ever evolving cyber threat landscape, Board now have a greater...
A trauma informed approach to child protection and family services for workers engaging with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and children.
The program provides participants with an opportunity to walk briefly in the shoes of Aboriginal Australians. It provides a generic overview of Aboriginal culture and history and aims to develop a greater appreciation understanding of modern-day cross cultural problems, issues and challenges that impact upon individuals working in organisations/companies across Australia.