- HeLLOTas! Community of Practice: Improving Communication in your Organisation
11 June 2020
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
NB: This training is designed for employees who work for and with community service organisations.
A great follow-on session for those that attended the popular HeLLOTas! Community of Practice: Navigating Difficult Communication, this session will focus on how to use the HeLLOTas! Toolkit resources to map out your organisations ideas for change in the area of communicating clearly.
PART ONE: Self-assessment
- Tour/refresh of the HeLLOTas! Toolkit website and health literacy domains.
- A self-assessment activity — using the HeLLOTas! Toolkit’s self-assessment tool.
- Identify an achievable goal for your organisation.
- View a sample action plan.
PART TWO: Taking action
- Taking action activity.
- Group reconvene and share some of their draft plans.
TasCOSS is offering free statewide peer learning Community of Practice sessions using the HeLLOTas! Toolkit. Are you an organisation who wants to respond to community members by:
- providing information that is easy to understand and use; and
- assisting people to find their way in health and community services?
The sessions will have an information component on an aspect of organisational health literacy as well as the opportunity to share as a group.
You can join the group remotely using Zoom Video Conferencing. Details on how to join the Zoom Video Conferencing session will be distributed closer to the date.
For more information on the HeLLOTas! project and an online version of the toolkit visit hellotas.org.au.
TasCOSS is part of 26TEN and the Health Literacy Network, people and organisations working together to improve literacy and numeracy in Tasmania. HeLLOTas! is a project supported by Public Health Services, Department of Health and Primary Health Tasmania under the Australian Government’s Primary Health Networks Program.
Registrations close 5pm, Wednesday 10 June 2020. For more information, please contact Bridget Delaney, Community Sector Development Officer or Susannah Coleman-Brown, Health Literacy & Sector Development Project Coordinator.