Final Call For Registrations For The Following NSW Training Workshops
For us to bring this training nationally from Regional Victoria we do need a minimum of registrations for this workshop. Our community partners are committed to hosting this training, especially in regional areas to save travel to major cities. We would greatly appreciate any final registrations for this workshop to be sent immediately please [within the next 5 business days]. This will allow us to make the final decision as to if this workshop will go ahead.
Places are filling fast…
Hi Everyone …J
[the following training workshops are accredited with ACWA [Australian Community Workers Association] for 6 CPE points]
SAFE in Oz will be presenting‘An Introduction To Working With Individuals Who Have Self-Destructive Behaviours’, a 2 Day Training Workshopin partnership with
The Disability Trust in Bega on
Thursday & Friday 6th & 7th June 2019
Mum’s Cottage in Holmesville on
Thursday & Friday 17th & 18th June 2019
St Vincent De Paul – Nagle Centre Care & Support in Campbelltown on
Thursday & Friday 20th & 21st June 2019
Community HUB in Castle Hill on
Monday & Tuesday 24th & 25th June 2019
Women’s Centre for Health & Wellbeing (Albury-Wodonga) Inc in Albury on
Thursday & Friday 27th & 28th June 2019
FINDING YELLOW in WESTON on
Monday & Tuesday 8th & 9th July 2019
Homebase Youth Services in Taree on
Thursday & Friday 11th & 12th July 2019
Singleton Neighbourhood house in Singleton on
Monday & Tuesday 15th & 16th July 2019
TAMS in Tamworth on
Thursday & Friday 18th & 19th July 2019
Uralla Neighbourhood Centre in Uralla on
Monday & Tuesday 22nd & 23rd July 2019
Narrabri & District Community Aid Service Inc. in Narrabri on
Thursday & Friday 25th & 26th July 2019
Click link to access the workshop flyer, and an electronic workshop registration form is attached for your convenience …
We would greatly appreciate you forwarding this information throughout your local networks … Thanks J
SAFE in Oz aim to give workshop participants an insight into the headspace of a person who participates in self-destructive behaviour/s in order to better understand their ‘real’ world and life experiences. The training encapsulates their lifespan and is flexible and responsive to the workshop participants.
Day 1 – What is it all about? – Learning Outcomes
What self-destructive behaviour is or is not, the diverse range of presentations of self-destructive behaviours, the reasons why individuals use these behaviours as a coping mechanism and how it starts, the extraneous variables in peoples’ lives and environments that impact on this behaviour, understand the triggers for the behaviour and why it continues, safer and healthier options and activities that you can share with your clients, self-soothing for clients and self-care for workers and the diverse correlations to the overall lifespan of a person.
Day 2 – Our response to Self-Destructive behaviour/s – Learning Outcomes
Meeting the needs of a client with self-destructive behaviour, understand available treatment environments and associated problems, understand essential components of boundaries and associated problems, addressing support/management plan for clients using this behaviour, meeting the needs and supporting the worker in a complex needs environment, how to respond to the person and not react to the behaviour, and further training available in this field.
Over the two days you will learn how diverse the spectrum of self-destructive behaviour is and how it impacts on a persons’ physical, emotional, spiritual and social being.
Throughout the workshop, SAFE in Oz will encourage participants to employ strength based practice, in collaboration with their clients, as a means to discovering a myriad of healthier and safer alternative behaviours to use in response to their inner trauma.
As this behaviour does not impact solely on the physical aspect of an individual’s life, the workshop also links self-destructive behaviour to its impact on the, emotional, spiritual and social aspects of life and explore the related long term effects.
The workshop will discuss the connection of this behaviour and suicide, BPD [Borderline Personality Disorder], mental illness, sexual assault and domestic violence, offering an insight of the link with adolescence and aged persons.
The presentation mode for the workshop is both interactive and activity based and includes ‘real’ case studies, PowerPoint presentation, and a DVD.
Each workshop participant is provided with a SAFE in Oz presentation folder. The folder includes a workbook for each day which contains a copy of the PowerPoint presentation, activity sheets and additional subject related reference material. The activity sheets include strategies and tools for use with clients, while the reference material acts to enhance understanding, give insight into related topics and support you in your work practice.
All of our trainers have an assortment of qualifications, everyone has their Cert IV in Training & Assessment, they all have multiple qualifications in areas such as social work, AOD, youth, DFV, mental health, frontline management, development educator and community services. They are mature trainers with years of experience under their belts and have all worked with and supported clients who have self-destructive behaviours.
You can access information on our website www.safeinoz.com.au and links to our Training Calendar, individual workshop information and generic registration form.
There are limited places for the workshops. Cost: $440pp or Early Bird $400 if registered and paid 30 days prior to workshop commencement. There is also an Early Bird group registration of 5+ staff at $350 each where they are on the same registration form and paid on the same tax invoice 30 days prior to the workshop.