PRACTICE SEMINAR SERIES 2020
Ever have clients who…
Have TV, stereo and video games but no money for rent, food and ‘basics’?
Don’t turn up for appointments and don’t know what they want?
Often treat you and your agency with disrespect, suspicion, and/or disdain?
Don’t seem to care about work, next week, or their long term future?
Appear to engage in decision making that ‘just doesn’t make any sense’?
Turn all this around! The ‘Bridges Out of Poverty’ Workshop can take a lot of stress out of managing your caseload and optimise outcomes for the people with whom you work. This training is designed for
- practitioners, case managers and policy makers
- community organisations
- law enforcement
- employment agencies
- health care professionals
- church communities
- social service providers
- welfare agencies, and
- community leaders
Change the way you see people.
DAY 2: APPLYING BRIDGES CONCEPTS (NB: Day 1 is a pre-requisite)
- the role of family structure in attitudes and behaviours
- the skills of mediation
- relationship building
- how to assist clients from poverty to learn quickly, explore options, and develop future stories
- how to use mental models to communicate effectively
- developing an action plan to improve services to clients
This workshop introduces strategies for changing program designs, policies, and procedures to improve outcomes. Participants will use case studies to identify principles of change and apply the material to their own practice.
The workshop will be run by Nairn Walker from Social Solutions
Social Solutions is an internationally acclaimed motivational training company.
We are committed to helping people from every walk of life understand human behaviour, creating less stress and much happier and productive individuals, families, schools, workplaces and communities.
Since 1997 we have worked with over fifty thousand people across Australia and New Zealand, in the US and the UK to help them understand the behaviour of their clients, co-workers, community members and students to increase understanding, build relationships and maximise outcomes for everyone.
We provide training on demand for organisations and institutions across a broad range of sectors including: – Education – Health – Justice – Housing – Employment – Child Care – Welfare and Social Services – Local, State and Federal Government – Community Development – Disability – Information Services – Aged Care Services – Church Communities – Corporate Sector for Small Businesses through to major corporations, at the Executive and Operational levels.
When – Wednesday 13 & Thursday 14 May 2020 from 9:00 – 5:00 each day
Where – The Woolshed, 7719 Goulburn Valley Hwy, Shepparton
Cost– $200 per person for the 2 day training
The Practice Seminar Series is funded by Communities for Children and facilitated by FamilyCare.