NT NAIDOC Week: Learning from the people around us: Listening to the stories we tell
|Date:||Tuesday 5 July 2022|
|Time:||12pm - 1:00pm (NT time)|
|CPD hrs:||1 hour|
|CPD Category:||Category 3: Professional Identity - Attending an AASW Event|
Members - FREE
Non-Members - $10.00
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The AASW NT Branch invites you to:
Learning from the people around us. Listening to the stories we tell.
NAIDOC Week 2022 Theme: Get up! Stand up! Show Up!
Presenter Jahmayne Coolwell is currently a Team Leader at the Local Indigenous Medical Centre in Darwin. Jahmayne leads the social and emotional wellbeing team. Over one hour you will gain, through Jahmayne’s sharing about his lived experience, an insight into what inspired him in becoming a social worker. With a hope to inspire other First Nations people to pursue a career in this field. Jahmayne Coolwell, born and raised in Ipswich QLD, is currently the SEWB Team Leader at Danila Dilba Health Service in Darwin. Graduated Bachelor of Social Work in 2016, worked for a year as an Indigenous Youth Worker in Brisbane before getting married and moving to Darwin. Outside of work Jahmayne co-runs a small business and enjoys being outdoors: hiking, camping, playing sport, gardening and playing with his puppies.
1 CPD hour
Price - FREE – members / $10 non- members
Date: Tuesday 5 July, 12-1pm (NT time)