SNACKBOX LEARNING-PERTH

DATE:    TBA

TIME:    9.00am to 12.15pm

VENUE:Nulsen - Burton St Cannington

PRICE: Early Bird $132 - Before COB on 22 Jan 2019

                  Standard: $154 - After COB on 22 Jan 2019

                  Group of 5 or more: 10% Discount

DATE:    TBA

TIME:    1.00pm to 4.15pm

VENUE:Nulsen - Burton St Cannington

PRICE: Early Bird $132 - Before COB on 22 Jan 2019

                  Standard: $154 - After COB on 22 Jan 2019

                  Group of 5 or more: 10% Discount

7UP- LEARNABLE SKILLS OF RESILIENCE
SETTING & MAINTAINING BOUNDARIES

A 10% discount is offered for the same participant attending both sessions

                           $237.60 Early Bird Rate :: $277.20 Standard Rate

What's it about?

Resilience is a word that is used a great deal within the helping professions though rarely defined. Workers often find themselves in stressful situations with little time and few resources to be truely effective. Quality supervision can prove particularly helpful as can building up our own strengths. This session will break down resilience into 7 learnable skills and offer some strategies for you to consider and reflect on for your own wellbeing. Not only are the 7 skills useful for your own self care they provide an effective programme for working with clients

Aim

The aim of this tool is to encourage practitioners to think about and reflect on their own resilience in order to support their wellbeing and the wellbeing of others.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the workshop participants will:

  • complete a personal audit of skills of resilience

  • identify areas you feel you need to work on

  • explore behaviours that will build on the selected skill

  • set action plans for discussion at your next supervision session

What's it about?

Front line workers in the helping professions are particularly at risk of crossing the boundary as the relationship aspect of the job can create both role conflict and role confusion to them. For those working in other people’s homes
or within a residential setting the homely nature of the environment can lead to unprofessional conduct and negative consequences for both worker and client. 

Professional boundaries are guidelines, expectations and rules

which set the ethical and technical standards in the human services field. They assist us with fixing limits for safe, acceptable and effective behaviour by staff and volunteers. This half-day workshop will explore the issues and help employers minimise risk factors

Aim

The aim of this programme is to further cultivate a proficient manner and durable skill set in maintaining appropriate personal and professional boundaries in the workplace.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the workshop participants will:

  • Identify danger signs and high risk situations

  • Have an understanding of role theory

  • Explore and analyse case examples

  • Develop and practice strategies to avoid ‘crossing the line’

  • Develop an action plan for future situations

Terms & Conditions
Price is inclusive of GST
Early Bird Rates are linked to payment date NOT registration date
10% Administration fee for cancellations after payment.
10% For change of name after registration
No refunds for cancellations in the week prior to event

Certificates of Attendance

Certificates of Attendance are issued to all participants who attend.