Bookings are essential. Contact email@example.com or call 0421 103 877.
You may select to attend all of the sessions or chose one or more. Morning tea will be provided.
This workshop will cover: how to create and achieve an inclusive environment, and Volunteer rights and responsibilities, including duty of care, dignity of risk and creating a safe environment for people with disability and those who work with them.
Based on the It’s My Choice! toolkit developed by Inclusion Melbourne in partnership with RMIT University, this training workshop outlines the 9 principles of choice and explores the key issues surrounding choice and things to consider when supporting people with disability to make informed choices.
This workshop is for anyone working directly with people with disability or older people. The workshop will cover information, tips and practical exercises for building and maintaining rapport with the people we support. Participants will have the opportunity to learn active listening skills though practical exercises and explore their application through discussion of case studies.
When we work one to one with someone, it’s important that we understand the boundaries of our role and how to communicate these boundaries to the people we work with. Sometimes it’s hard to say no, however it is vital for self-care and so we don’t overstep the responsibilities of our role or burn out. In this workshop participants will have the opportunity to learn about how to set boundaries effectively, and information about how to recognise signs of burn out and undertake self-care to prevent it.
Glen Eira Town Hall Rippon Lea Room
Corner Glen Eira & Hawthorn Roads Caulfield
These workshops have been funded by the City of Glen Eira