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Training provider

Empowerment Trust

Contact: Fiona Bryan

Web: www.empowermenttrust.nz

Email: fiona@empowermenttrust.nz

Telephone: +64 27 575 1345 or 0800 543 769

Training details

Title

Fullpower Healthy Relationships

Training type

Community development, inclusion and employment support

Approximate cost

$150

About the training

Fullpower Healthy Relationships is a programme developed with and for teens and adults with intellectual disabilities. It provides practical tools to build resiliency and to prevent bullying, violence and abuse. The programme and resource kit was developed in close collaboration with users with disabilities. It utilises the extensive expertise and skills of Irene van der Zande, the founder of Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower International, an organisation that served millions of people worldwide since 1989. The programme covers: Healthy Relationships:

  • What are Healthy Relationships?
  • When Something is Necessary for Health and Safety
  • Making and Keeping Friends Saying Stop and Stopping
  • Speaking Up
  • Listening to What Others Want
  • Being a Caring Person Getting Help
  • What is Urgent?
  • Where to Get Help
  • How to Get Help

Understanding Your Right to Good Support Training can be done face-to-face or online and utilises the Fullpower Healthy Relationship resources which can be viewed through our website (https://empowermenttrust.nz/fullpower-healthy-relationships/). Training can be tailored to suit individual or group and can be for supporters and/or caregivers of the disabled person(s).

Training location

Online or at an agreed location. On-site (at client premises), Distance option (for example, e-learning), Check with training provider for details.

Training duration

Variable to meet client needs

Disability involvement

Yes

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