Building Inclusive Communities is for managers and coordinators of disability services. It supports services to build connections with communities beyond the disability sector that will enhance inclusion for the people they support. It includes a 20 week guided practicum while participants put into place positive change for the people who use services
This professional development workshop is for management and staff of organisations intent on meeting and improving outcomes for Māori. It is co-facilitated by Maori and Pakeha facilitators. Grounded in current frameworks and guidelines in the health, disability, social and public sectors, the workshops have negotiable objectives, and are tailored to the current needs, policies and resources of each organisation.
This four day course includes a 12 week practicum during which participants support one or two people with disabilities to contribute to their communities.
The Advocacy Toolkits are four interactive workshops designed to support advocates to reflect on their work and learn skills that support empowerment.
29 Sep 2017 This workshop is for managers, leaders and anyone else who wants to become really good at handling feedback conversations. The ability to receive feedback is just as important as the ability to give because in reality what happens to feedback is entirely in the hands of the receiver. This workshop will help take your feedback skills to whole new level by developing your skills as both a giver and a receiver
4 April 2017 Tools for mentoring and supervision groups. In one training day participants are introduced to this team based approach to supervision, and a toolkit of processes that enable them to set up and run peer supervision groups that provide high quality supervision for themselves and their colleagues.