Migrant Resource Centre: Cultural Awareness and Competency ‘taster’

15 December 2022: Cultural Awareness Training provided the foundational knowledge and understanding needed to work effectively with people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. The training was engaging, interactive and experiential, and recognised that cultural competency is an ongoing process. Read the full evaluation report here.

Bend Consulting: Mental Health Trauma Informed Practice

30 August & 1 September 2022: This training included a refresher on the theoretical framework underpinning trauma-informed practice. Participants looked at how this theory applies to understanding complex mental health presentations such as substance abuse, eating disorders, aggressive behaviours, suicidality and self-harm, psychosis and co-morbidity. Attendees also examined the worker experience, including the parallel process of working with trauma, and …

Tenants’ Union of Tasmania: Know Your RTA

21 June 2022: Shelter Tas has been running a series of popular online workshops with the Tenants’ Union of Tasmania during the course of the Workforce Development Program. This session provided a general overview of the RTA, sector-specific information, and a brief outline of possible upcoming reforms and changes. Read the full evaluation report here.

DEN: Brief Interventions Masterclass

27 April & 4 May 2022: Shelter Tas and the Drug Education Network held this statewide face-to-face training to provide new information that affects how we work with individuals at their stage of health behaviour change. The Brief Interventions Masterclass provided best practice tools, resources and strategies, as well as invaluable peer reflection and discussion opportunities. Read the full evaluation report …

Repeat: Organisational Liability for Child Abuse Act 2019 and SHS Impacts

7 December 2021: Principal Lawyer at Dobson Mitchell Allport, Audrey Mills, presented an in-depth look at the Justice Legislation Amendment (Organisational Liability for Child Abuse) Act 2019 which came into effect in May 2020. This was a repeat of the April presentation which articulated significant changes to organisational liability. Click here for the full evaluation report.

DEN: Meeting People at Their Stage of Change

9 September 2021: Shelter Tas partnered with the Drug Education Network (DEN) to deliver a one-hour presentation titled Meeting People at Their Stage of Change. The session gave a brief overview on the Tasmanian landscape and sources for drug and alcohol information and referrals. Click here to read the evaluation report.

Online Q&A: AOD: Understanding Stigma and Person-Centred Language

11 May 2021: Shelter Tas partnered with ATDC and the Alcohol & Drug Foundation to deliver a one-hour presentation unpacking the language used when working with, or communicating with individuals who currently use or have used alcohol or drugs. Click here to read the summary and evaluation report.

ONLINE Q&A: Organisational Liability for Child Abuse Act 2019 and SHS Impacts

13 April 2021: Principal Lawyer at Dobson Mitchell Allport, Audrey Mills, presented an in-depth look at the Justice Legislation Amendment (Organisational Liability for Child Abuse) Act 2019 which came into effect in May 2020. The targeted presentation highlighted how the new legislation impacts Specialist Homelessness Services and Community Housing Providers. Click here to read the evaluation and summary report.  

NDIS: Connecting and navigating pathways for consumers

23 March 2021: NDIS – Connecting and navigating pathways for consumers presented by a team of statewide NDIS coordinators, addressed the most current and targeted issues for specialist homelessness services and community housing providers who support consumers to navigate the NDIS. Click here to read the summary and evaluation report.