This is a great opportunity. Open to anybody working, living or volunteering in the Rockhampton community – volunteers particularly encouraged.
ASIST – Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training – 10 subsidised places available
Please be advised the Unitingcare Community will be offering a fully subsidised ASIST training session on the 20thand the 21st October 2016.
We are offering 10 places which must be filled by Friday 14th October.
If you know someone from the Rockhampton Community who would benefit from this training please reply via email to Jo Peace or Mairi Grill … email@example.com. With participants contact details.
This project is funded by the Dept. Communities Child Safety and Disability Services
M: 0439 359 782
The Courses are fully funded and will be offered in Rockhampton commencing early October 2016.
Places are starting to fill up quickly so please forward on Expression of Interest as soon as possible.
Helem Yumba will delivering Cultural Competency Training across the Health and Human Services Sector (and any other service provision sector that expresses an interest) as of the beginning of September 2016.
Please see attached flyer for more information. All welcome.
Join us this Friday for an opportunity to discuss the learnings from the NDIS trial sites and the issues workers and service delivery providers will face in the rollout of the NDIS in Central Queensland.
The forum is open to all members of The Services Union and workers across the disability sector in Central Queensland. Assistant State Secretary, Jennifer Thomas, has been an active representative on the NDIS Workforce State Advisory Group and will lead a discussion on what has been learnt, what has been achieved, and the challenges we will still face.
- 1pm, Friday 5 August
- IFYS “Supports by Design”, Cnr William and Bolsover Streets, Rockhampton
- RSVP to Services.Union2@theservicesunion.com.au by COB Thursday 4 August
This is the first opportunity to discuss the challenges of the NDIS from a workforce and employer perspective in Rockhampton.
- How will organisations balance the flexibility needed under the new business model while still providing employment certainty and training to offer quality services demanded by clients?
- What standards and qualifications might be required in a growing sector?
- What new services and employment opportunities might open up and how will these fit within the industry structures we have right now?
Join The Services Union, in conjunction with IFYS, to discuss these questions and more.