When: 3 - 5 April 2017.
Where: Te Aroha Noa Community Services, 12-26 Brentwood Avenue, Palmerston North.
Organised by Te Aroha Noa in partnership with Massey University.
Cost: $600 (gst inc.). 20 places only. Register now
In this workshop Te Aroha Noa presents its framework of practice which explores transformative change in practice and organisations and draws on strengths approaches and other collaborative practice perspectives.
Participants: This workshop is targeted at practitioners from NGOs and statutory agencies who are interested in advancing their practice and seeking new ways to work with individuals and groups. It has a broad focus on strengths approaches and community development approaches and enables participants to develop their skills in working with individuals and groups. Previous workshops have included participants from health, mental health, welfare, disability, education and a wide range of practitioners from support workers, social workers, managers, teachers, policy makers and funders. A major focus is on building collaborative practice and being able to work across agencies and disciplines.
- Bruce Maden, Chief Executive Officer, Te Aroha Noa Community ServicesRobyn Munford, Professor of Social Work, School of Social Work, Massey University.
For further information, email: Sheryl Kirikiri
Submitted on Wed, 2017-01-25 15:37