The second workshop in the Cumulative Impacts on Well Being series will be held in Hobart and Devonport in March 2020.
This series of innovative and dynamic workshops will equip housing and homelessness professionals with contemporary knowledge and practices when working with complexity. The course aims to increases knowledge and skills about the challenges that professionals face when working in complex situations and what the cumulative impacts of stress, fatigue and burnout are. Further information will be available soon. Subscribe to the Shelter Tas eNews to be notified as soon as this training session is open for registration.
Hobart – Wednesday 4th March 2020
Devonport – Friday 6th March 2020
Please note: Places are exclusively available for employees of eligible Shelter Tas member organisations: Specialist Homelessness Services or Community Housing Providers.
Preference and early registration will be given to those who attended Workshop 1 in June 2019. For those who have not attended previous workshops in the series, relevant prior experience and training will be taken into consideration on a case-by-case basis, subject to availability. Participants will need to review prior material before attending the workshop.