ACT Humanitarian Social Work & Non-Government Organisations - Lunch N Learn Webinar
|Date:||Thursday 2 June 2022 (AEST)|
|State:||Australian Capital Territory|
|CPD Category:||Category 3 - Professional Identity-Attending an AASW event|
|Organiser:||AASW ACT Branch|
Send any queries relating to this webinar to:
Terrie - ACT Branch Services Coordinator
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The AASW ACT Branch Committee is delighted to be hosting a series of lunchtime webinars for members and welcome non-members. Held monthly, these webinars give an insight into specific topics that are of interest to the local and wider communities and allow opportunity for Q & A.
June 2022: Humanitarian Social Work & Non-Government Organisations
presented by Dickson Sebit & Rodney Stanton
Rodney was the former BP of ACT and active in the drug and alcohol screening tools in Australia. He is primary supplier of Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory substance abuse disorder screening instrument. He also works with trauma clients in veterans and family counseling, Medicare services for regional Nowra schools and active in his Anger Management courses for offenders. He manages the first community owned Employee Assistance counselling business.
Dickson Sebit Storrs
Dickson has worked with the Northern Territory government, ACT Government and NSW Community Services in child protection services well as with the Australian Red Cross as Team leader of Migration Support Program; Marist180 as a Program Coordinator for ACT managing the Refugee and Asylum Seeker Program; Catholiccare as Case Manager for New Arrival Humanitarian Program; and Migrant Resource Centre Inc. Dickson was also the Chief Executive officer of FECAA. Across these positions, Dickson has been working with clients from different cultural backgrounds, including working with Refugees and asylum seekers. Dickson is currently working as a Caseworker and training facilitator with Uniting NSW ACT.
Dickson is a member of the AASW ACT Branch Management committee. Dickson is also a Cultural and independent consultant during his private time.
Dickson holds a Bachelor of Arts with majors in Public Policy, Political Sciences (University of Tasmania ), a Master of Politics and Policy ( Deakin University Melbourne Australia ); a Master of Public Health ( Deakin University Melbourne Australia ); and a Master of Social Work (Charles Stuart University Wagga Wagga NSW ). This is in addition to wider certificates including for community services; clinical Supervision; information technology; and case management.
Online (Zoom link will be sent to participants closer to the event date)
Thursday, 2nd June 2022, 12.00pm-12:30pm
Members: FREE | Non-Members: $10.00
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