WEBINAR: Education to Employment – Preparing for Work with Barb Cook, 11 Dec

Leaving school/uni and heading into work is one of the most important transitions experienced in life. It is one that requires considerable preparation and planning to ensure success in gaining meaningful employment. This webinar will explore a person-centered and collaborative approach in identifying career pathways, goal setting, vision planning, identifying strengths, self-advocacy and self-determination, identifying […]

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Webinar being held via Zoom: “Learning after brain injury” 29/11

The Australian Society for the Study of Brain Impairment (ASSBI) invites you to this 90 minute webinar on “Learning after brain injury”. It can be WATCHED LIVE and WATCHED ON DEMAND. It is being presented by Caroline van Heugten from Maastricht, The Netherlands while she is in Australia. About the Speaker: The webinar will feature Caroline […]

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MHPN Webinar – Suicide Prevention and Postvention: an interdisciplinary approach

Mental Health Professionals Network and The General Practice Mental Health Standards Collaboration (GPMHSC), invite you to their second webinar collaboration. Register now for this webinar to learn about mental health risk factors for suicide and explore strategies which build capacity between practitioners treating people who may be at risk of suicide, or who are responding to a […]

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AASW Qld Branch Webinar – Online Training Module 2 – Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence

Training Module 2 – Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence Sexual rights, consent & sexual violence; The trauma effects of sexual violence and abuse; Vulnerability of people with intellectual disability to sexual violence and abuse, including perpetrator practices; and Guiding principles and supportive practices for responding to disclosure of sexual violence or abuse. Training participants […]

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MHPN Webinar: Working to support children and families living with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

Working to support children and families living with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. The webinar will feature a facilitated interdisciplinary panel discussion of a case study. The panel will comprise of Professor Elizabeth Elliott, Dr. Sara McLean and Sue Miers in a discussion with Daniel Moss – Emerging Minds’ Workforce Development Manager. Read more about the panel. Learning […]

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Pearson Clinical Webinar: Using Dunn’s sensory processing framework to re-frame observations of student behaviour

Free Pearson Clinical Webinar: Using Dunn’s sensory processing framework to re-frame observations of student behaviour. This webinar will provide an overview of Dunn’s sensory processing framework, which underlies the Sensory Profile family of assessments but is also a useful ‘lens’ through which to view unusual or challenging behaviours at school or home. This entry-level presentation […]

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NDCO Free Webinar: Get the right tools for employment success – the JobAccess employer toolkit, 16 May

To succeed in any field, you need to have the passion, skills and experience but also the right tools for the job. DES providers and employers should look no further than the JobAccess Employer Toolkit – a new online resource for matters relating to disability employment. The recently-launched toolkit contains expert information, downloadable resources and […]

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MHPN new free webinar – ‘Working together to prevent heart disease for people living with psychiatric illness’.

In June, MHPN is hosting an online webinar called ‘Working together to prevent heart disease for people living with psychiatric illness’. 25 June 2019, 7:15—8:30pm AEST You’ll learn how to: describe the bidirectional relationship between heart disease and mental health identify the risk factors and warning signs for heart disease in persons with psychiatric illness describe the […]

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MHPN’s most popular free webinar – Suicide ideation in primary school-aged children

Nearly 3,000 practitioners attended the webinar ‘Suicide ideation in primary school-aged children’ in February which is the highest ever attendance of a MHPN-hosted webinar. Almost half of the participants completed a post-webinar survey in which 93 per cent said the webinar will help them improve their work practice; and 97 per cent said learning objectives were either entirely […]

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