Workshops

It is important for support workers to understand the ageing process and the impact that this has on the people they support. This course develops the knowledge to understand how the ageing process affects people with particular disabilities. Provided by Premium Health.

This workshop provides support workers with the essential knowledge and skills to understand medicines and ways in which they can be taken. Participants will learn how to safely assist clients with their medication and how to use a dose administration aid such as a 'Webster pack.' Provided by Premium Health.

This program provides support workers with the knowledge and skills to support clients with their bowel elimination needs, and in particular to administer suppositories or enemas to assist evacuation where necessary. Provided by Premium Health.

The National Disability Services (NDS) have partnered up with the Community Services Industry Alliance (CSIA) to run the Inclusion Ready Project across several regions in Queensland on selected dates from June to July 2019, giving organisations a better understanding of information provided by the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) and showing them ways in which they can be more inclusive of people with a disability.

National Disability Services (NDS) invite you to attend this workshop facilitated by Workforce Connector, Clare Malcolm focussing on developing skills in grant design.

Brought to you by CMRC - Business Connect, this free workshop offers some insights regarding NDIS for businesses.

Register for this free workshop in WA and gain some information on preparing for your next meeting with the NDIS.

CEAV Career Counselling Australia (CCCA) will be delivering this workshop as part of a Victorian Government - Department of Health and Human Services initiative called Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) project. CCCA’s vision is aimed at building the capacity of everyone in the community to manage their career development so that they can lead productive and successful lives.

Supporting people with disabilities to take positive risks aligns with living a normal life but sometimes raises ethical dilemmas for workers. This is a free tailored workshop for disability and aged care service staff to promote the human rights of people with disabilities. Expressions of Interest for 2019 are now welcome.

Help your clients build decision making capacity. The NSW Public Guardian is offering free tailored workshops for disability and aged care service staff to promote the human rights of people with disabilities. Expressions of Interest for 2019 are now welcome.

This training workshop is aimed at people who support individuals with challenging behaviours. The training will explore mental health and physical care needs to understand some very challenging behaviours. Provided by Premium Health.

This nationally accredited first aid workshop has a disability focus and is not generally available to the public. This first aid course unit develops the knowledge and skills to provide first aid and care, including CPR to an ill and/or injured person, to coordinate first aid until the arrival of medical assistance such as an ambulance and effectively communicate and document the incident.

As part of the Inclusion Ready Project, NDS in partnership with Community Services Industry Alliance (CSIA), is offering free workshops across Queensland

A workshop to learn how to support people with cognitive and communication impairments to create effective, goal-based training videos for their support workers.

The Summer Foundation is creating a tool to easily measure the quality of support provided by disability support workers. We need your help to do this.