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CCWT is rolling towards year’s end with a range of fantastic training and opportunities for the sector covering workplace leadership know-how to practical frontline skills for caseworkers to support the clients they work with every day. Death Literacy – 10 Things to Know Date: 9 November Venue: Sydney Presenter: Jessie Williams, Kerrie Noonan Target Group: […]
If you’re looking to squeeze in some professional training before year’s end, why not consider the following CCWT offerings: Community Engagement and Consultation Date: 30 October Venue: Sydney Presenter: Grace Leotta Target Group: Workers and managers who undertake community engagement and consultation Apply community engagement best practice to plan, facilitate and evaluate engagement processes, and […]
How Do We See What We’re Looking At? Some Thoughts on Autistic Spectrum Disorder and Out-of-Home Care
The symptoms of Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in children who are placed in out-of-home care can often go unnoticed. Clinical psychologist and CCWT presenter Dr Brendan New provides valuable insight into how caseworkers can recognise the signs and respond accordingly : It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see. (Thoreau) It […]
CCWT’s October training schedule is bursting with learning and development opportunities for sector professionals eager to boost their skills and enhance their practice knowledge: Mental Health: A Recovery Approach Date: 16, 17 October Venue: Sydney Presenter: Mandy Marsters Target Group: Workers, including managers and supervisors who come into contact with mental health consumers, their family, […]