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Date Event Location
TBA Fighting Fair: Mediation & Conflict Resolution Training (Level 1)
Endorsed CPD: Two Day Workshop

This interactive and stimulating 2-day course will assist professionals to explore conflict and impart the essential principles and process of mediation. The structured 5-step mediation model and specific conflict resolution skills will be presented and practiced. The course can be utilised in many different areas of conflict e.g. client work, workplace disputes and interpersonal conflict.

* Discount for AASW members *

Sunday 26 November 2017 Memorial morning tea: Eve Vincent AASW Tasmanian Branch Committee member
Morning tea

Social work gathering to honour the memory of Eve Vincent, AASW member, Tasmanian Branch Committee member and respected colleague in social work

30 November 2017 Tasmanian Branch Annual Meeting
AASW TAS Annual Meeting

2017 Annual Members' Meeting

Tuesday 5 December 2017 North West Networking Christmas Breakfast

Christmas Breakfast celebration

6 December 2017 Northern Networking Christmas Celebration Dinner
Dinner meeting

Christmas Celebration Dinner

12 December 2017 Southern Regional End of Year Celebration
Networking social event

Social gathering to celebrate the end of the year and network with colleagues

15th and 16th March 2018 Cognitive Processing Therapy Training
Endorsed CPD: Two Day Workshop

Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD - A treatment for complex trauma

* FPS Relevant Activity *

22nd Jun 2018 Doing death and dying well (deathwalker training)
Endorsed CPD: 3 day workshop

Doing Death and Dying Well (Deathwalker Training) is a 3 day strength based training providing pallative care awareness to professionals working with people who are dying, their loved ones and carers. The training provides legal and practical knowledge around death and dying. It is experiantial and educational in it's delivery, building resilience and developing skills that enable you to accompany the dying person, their loved ones, carers and bereaved on their journey during what can be a challenging time.

AASW - Australian Association of Social Workers