eLearning- Working with Women with Disabilities course
Free, nationally accredited training for frontline workers in Australia who prefer online learning or can’t attend a face-to-face workshop.
What it’s about: You’ll learn how to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence, how to respond to women with disabilities with appropriate care, and how to refer them to support services.
Who it’s for: This workshop is for frontline workers in Australia. This includes people who provide direct service and support to the community (paid or unpaid) in sectors like health, allied health, education, childcare and community. If you work with women with disabilities, we recommend this course. It covers the same content as our eLearning General course with an additional focus on women with disability, and you’ll receive the same unit of competency.
Enrol HERE or cut and paste the URL https://www.dvalert.org.au/education-and-training/elearning-courses/elearning-disabilities
Community Industry Group is excited to present Diversity Australia’s unconscious bias workshop.
This interactive workshop aims to build awareness of the value of diversity and inclusion from an organisational perspective and will explore ways to recognise and challenge unconscious biases that inhibit diversity progress.
The workshop includes a range of experiential activities to engage the hearts and minds of leaders.
Leaders will learn about fundamental concepts of inclusion and exclusion, in-groups and out-groups, biases and stereotypes, in a positive and engaging way.
Click here to register.
Dress for Success Illawarra
Dress for Success Illawarra provide a free styling and dressing service for women in the Illawarra for job interviews and other significant events such as court appearances and real estate viewings.
Located in Port Kembla, women can book in for a one on one styling session and receive a free outfit including clothes, bag and shoes.
Dress for Success also runs ‘Back on your feet’ workshops for 4-6 women where they participate in a workshop on job seeking skills and a styling session.
For more information visit Sydney.dressforsuccess.org/get-involved/referral-agencies/
Or contact Melanie on ph 0473 875 338 or email firstname.lastname@example.org