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Supervision Skills for Health & Social Service Professionals Unitec Certificate - Level 5, 4 Credits

28 & 29 May 2019 Auckland 2 day course - Unitec Certificate - Level 5, 4 Credits This skills based training enables senior staff to provide effective supervision for others in their own discipline area. introduces supervision as a professional development process for health & social service professionals provides training and processes for one to one clinical supervision provides opportunities for participants to experience the power of supervision through practice activities Cost $650 + gst with Matua Raki discount


28 May - 29 May 2019

Location: Auckland

Thriving Not Dying: Lessons learnt in the prevention of youth suicide

Advanced training providing an overview and critique of the factors that contribute to the high rates of suicide in young people and what has been shown to be effective prevention and intervention strategies. Facilitator: Barry Taylor - Award winning suicide prevention practitioner


29 May 2019

Location: Canterbury

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Capacity Assessment and Cognitive Impairment Workshop - Christchurch

The SA(CAT) Act relies on the assessment of impaired decision making capacity to use compulsion to provide treatment for severe substance addiction. Authorised officers, approved specialists and responsible clinicians all need to make some level of assessment of a person’s capacity to make decisions about treatment when considering use of the Act. While impaired capacity to make decisions about addiction treatment can be transitory, for many people it may be long term and indicate a level of cognitive impairment.


30 May 2019

Location: Canterbury

Risky Business: The art of assessing suicide risk and imminent danger

Advanced training in the art of assessing suicide risk and imminent danger. The workshop builds on foundational or gatekeeper suicide prevention training and provides the opportunity for participants to depth their critical analysis of suicide risk factors and reflect on their practice in assessing risk. Facilitator: Barry Taylor Award winning suicide prevention practitioner


30 May 2019

Location: Otago

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Capacity Assessment and Cognitive Impairment Workshop - Wellington

The SA(CAT) Act relies on the assessment of impaired decision making capacity to use compulsion to provide treatment for severe substance addiction. Authorised officers, approved specialists and responsible clinicians all need to make some level of assessment of a person’s capacity to make decisions about treatment when considering use of the Act. While impaired capacity to make decisions about addiction treatment can be transitory, for many people it may be long term and indicate a level of cognitive impairment.


31 May 2019

Location: Wellington

Action for Wellbeing: The theory and practice of promoting mental wellbeing

A two-day workshop providing a comprehensive overview of the theory and practice of promoting mental wellbeing Facilitator: Barry Taylor - Award winning mental wellbeing specialist


5 June - 6 June 2019

Location: Auckland

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