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RAP trains for response-abilities

May 21, 2013 at 3:11 PM

if you deal with or support young persons in family, school, or community RAP professional development intensive is taylored for you. It is a 2-day certificate workshop to be held at Zeal West Auckland, 20 Alderman Dr, Henderson on 5 and 6 June 2013. Come and learn essential strength-based strategies on how to respond to children and youth needs rather than react to their problems. RAP trains for these response-abilities to enable adults to guide young people on pathways to responsibility. To register online see flyer, email  them or get more information here from PRAXIS NZ.



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