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Understanding and applying Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander disability awareness in the workplace

 

Overview

Target audience: Health practitioners, allied health workers and community service workers are best suited to this short course, although all who are interested are welcome

Course summary: This two-day short course aims to:

Day one: What is disability within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and how does that impact on health?

Day two: Integrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander disability awareness into participants work practices.

The course will be facilitated by Jody Barney, a Murri–South Sea Islander woman from Urangan, near Hervey Bay in Queensland.

Fee payable: $800 - includes lunch, morning and afternoon tea

Delivery mode: On site

Assistance for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students: Not specified

This course will be delivered twice in June 2016:

Please follow the links below for more information and to register.

Contacts

Jasmin Boys
Ph: (03) 8344 0813
Email: iheu-admin@unimelb.edu.au

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Last updated: 31 May 2016
 
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