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NDS Home and Living Network

Event start date: 22/02/2024
NDS invites disability service providers offering supports in the home to join our Home and Living Network meetings.

Victorian Workforce Network

Event start date: 22/02/2024
These meetings are open to those that are interested in workforce issues and solutions in the disability sector.

Queensland Fast Facts Live

Event start date: 23/02/2024
The 45-minute format is a great way to hear about a diverse range of things impacting and influencing our sector.

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Disability Sector Health Issues Network

Event start date: 29/02/2024
The network will focus on emerging COVID-19 issues, identifying the provider expertise that exists to address these, and support for any gaps as needed.

Mental Health Recognition and Response for Disability Support Workers

Event start date: 1/03/2024
This six-hour workshop will help disability support workers to identify and manage psychosocial risks that are often complex.

Right on Board – Practice Governance for Disability Service Providers: Governing and Managing for Human Rights, Quality and Safeguarding - Online Series

Event start date: 5/03/2024
Right on Board answers the need as highlighted by the Disability Royal Commission for greater awareness of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

Professional Boundaries: Building and Maintaining Right Relationships

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Location: National (online)
Date: 31/12/2099

Available now - secure your booking for 2024.

This workshop is in partnership with and facilitated by Preventing Harm Initiative (PHI).

Understand what the expected professional boundaries are for staff working directly with people and families receiving support and what behaviours to expect between staff and clients, and what behaviours cross the boundary.

This course will teach you the value of professional boundaries and behaviour, step you through what this looks like, and guide you to help staff build and maintain the “right relationship” with the people they support.

Instructor Led Training (ILT) via Zoom

Duration: One hour
Course outcomes:

  • Know what Professional Boundaries are and what might happen if they aren’t maintained
  • Confidently build right relationships with the people being supported
  • Learn ways to prevent complaints of unprofessional conduct
  • Gain experience using case studies to apply these learnings

Who should attend?

NDS recommends that Supervisors, Care and Support staff, Contractors (eg. maintenance staff) and Volunteers within disability service organisations are most suited to attend. 

Cost

  • Member: $1225 plus GST
  • Non-member: $1620 plus GST
Contact information

For any enquiries, please contact L and D, Learn and Develop Team, submit enquiry/feedback , show phone number