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Courage to Grow - training for family and whānau violence prevention

May 21, 2015 at 8:18 AM

When: 2, 9, 16 & 23 June 2015, 9.30am - 3.30pm each day

Where: Clover Park Community House, 16A Israel Avenue, Otara, Auckland

Training provider: Rosemary Nash, Courage to Grow

Cost: $220 per person. Registration (Word DOC, 173 KB) closes 5pm, 22 May 2015

Most people who work in human services or the helping professions will encounter violence in families and whānau, where it will, if it goes unrecognised and unchecked, continually sabotage work with families to restore a state of wellbeing. This training is an opportunity to grow in your knowledge and skill in your work with whānau affected by violence.

This training (20 hours over four days) is aimed at ensuring families affected by family violence receive appropriate initial responses which keep them safe and assist them to begin making positive change in their lives.

Download flyer and registration form (Word DOC, 173 KB)

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Category: Training