National Symposium 2015 - Creating collectively consenting communities
|CPD hrs:||30 minutes|
|CPD Category:||2 - Skills and Knowledge|
AASW member: $10
Non member: $20
This is a recording of one of the concurrent sessions from the AASW National Symposium 2015. The session was entitled "Creating collectively consenting communities".
Working with issues of consent for individuals is a skill that Social Workers are familiar with. This
workshop will address questions such as:
- How are these skills similar and different when you are working with communities to make policy and law decisions?
- How can one create socially just communities by addressing issues of consent in the population?
- How can leaders lead by consent? The workshop will also present the model that the presenter currently uses when consulting with communities
Joanne Petrovic graduated from Newcastle Uni in 2000 with a BSW/ BA (Psyc). Joanne has spent most of her professional life consulting with communities in Local Government, Migrant services and Health. She currently works three days a week as a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Worker in Narrabri and the other two days a week running a community engagement company PoliVOTE
This recording was filmed in November 2015
Duration: 35 minutes
This course can be claimed for CPD purposes, consistent with the CPD Goals and Hours Requirements.
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AASW member: $10
Non member: $20ASW.
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