Lifeline Tasmania are running a two-day course to help participants understand the impact of trauma across the lifespan and that each individual’s response to trauma is unique.
As part of the national NDIS Recovery Oriented Psychosocial Disability Support (ROPDS) — Growing Workforce Capability Project Mental Health Victoria is offering 1,000 limited free recovery-oriented psychosocial training places nationally funded by the Australia Government’s Department of Social Services as part of its Jobs and Market Fund.
Lifeline Tasmania are running a free Mental Health First Aid training and support for Tasmanian Small Businesses in statewide locations.
About 1 in 5 Australian adults experience a common mental illness each year. Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training will teach you practical skills to support someone with a mental health problem. Make a real difference to people in your community.
Child Wise is running a two-hour virtual classroom training designed to help participants learn how to apply a child safety lens to each step of the screening and recruitment process.
The Understanding and Managing Child Safety Risks two-hour virtual classroom training will explore practical tools and ideas to enhance your organisation’s risk culture and ensure that child safety risk management becomes common practice for everyone.
Palliative Care Tasmania are running a Practice Nurse Forums which is an important up-to-date learning suitable for all practice nurses in Tasmania.
Volunteering Tasmania are hosting their first Innovation Series workshop. The focus of this workshop will be on the wellbeing of volunteers.
The Tasmanian Community Fund is offering a free grant workshop suitable for first time grant writers and those wishing to gain a few extra tips on how to access grants and other funding.
Not-for-Profit Finance Week is coming up, so now is the time to register for the free webinars taking place.