Training & Events

Community Industry Group runs a wide variety of training and events to support professional development needs of the community services industry. If you have a training requirement for you staff that you can’t see here, have a look at our tailored training page. We can tailor training session specifically for you.

Community Industry Group members generally receive a discount on all training and events provided by Community Industry Group.

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Tea, Toast and The Data Exchange for TEI - Oak Flats

03/07/2019
Come and join us for some morning tea while we talk about The Data Exchange (DEX) During this workshop we will:  Present a brief overview TEI Activity Mapping Watch the Data Exchange 101 Webinar Go through Appendix B- State Agencies document CATERING: Please advise us at time of booking of any specific dietary requirements. ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS: Please advise us at time of booking if you have any specific needs e.g. for visual, hearing or mobility impairments. CAN’T MAKE IT? If you are unable to attend the seminar a substitute for your place is welcome to attend. An ATTENDANCE GUARANTEE of $30 applies if you book but do not attend or send a replacement.
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Autism Intervention In Mainstream - Aim For Inclusion 3 Day Workshop

06/08/2019 - 08/08/2019
The content is based on the application of the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) teaching principles applied to any setting. The ESDM is a naturalistic play-based intervention model for young children with ASD / neurodevelopmental delays aged 12-60 months. This intervention model is built on a strong evidence base of Clinical trials and practiced worldwide. The ESDM can be delivered across multiple settings including early childhood settings, community clinics and in the family home by trained therapists, educators, health professionals and parents during typical play and daily routines. Evidence supports the ESDM's ability to accelerate a child's development across all developmental domains, particularly social, communication and cognition. Training provided by:  Child Development Institute This training is generously subsidised by Community Industry Group - usual price $1,200 CATERING: Please advise us at time of booking of any specific dietary requirements. ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS: Please advise us at time of booking if you have any specific needs e.g. for visual, hearing or mobility impairments. CAN’T MAKE IT? If you are unable to attend the session a substitute for your place is welcome to attend. The full fee will be charged if you or someone in your place does not attend the session and we have not been given notice as specified below. REFUNDS: If the registered participant is unable to attend a minimum of 7 days’ notice is required to receive a full refund. If the registered participant provides less than 3 days’ notice a refund of 50% of course cost will be refunded. If the session is cancelled, a full refund will be paid in full. DON'T HAVE A CREDIT CARD? Choose the PAY BY INVOICE payment option for Bank Transfer payment.           
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The Illawarra Way - Reablement Pilot Workshop: Queanbeyan

12/08/2019
In conjunction with Glen Sorensen from Age Communications, we will be hosting a workshop to share learnings from the successful pilot project to support short-term reablement, The Illawarra Way. This workshop is specifically for CHSP service providers, RAS staff and those working in health and allied health.  In the workshop, we will cover: Background:      –  Wellness and Reablement Approaches      –  Types of reablement      –  Lessons from the Illawarra Way Trial of a System for Short-term Reablement The Illawarra Way System for Responding to Short-term Reablement  Referrals from RAS:      –  RAS roles, responsibilities – identifying reablement potential, gaining consent and making referrals       –  CHSP roles and responsibilities – creating reablement capacity and accepting referrals      –  Support worker roles and responsibilities Dealing with Challenges:     –  Negotiating coordination and case management responsibilities     –  Extending reablement periods     –  When ongoing support provision is sought About Glen Sorensen Glen is the Managing Director and Principal Consultant of Age Communications. He is an experienced and accomplished facilitator, trainer, writer and researcher who has worked extensively with the aged care sector. He is also the author of When I'm 64, Millennium Books and Options for the Ageing: the complete guide to support and care of older people, Simon and Schuster. He is the presenter of the MDS Training DVD produced by Ageing, Disability and Home Care, NSW Department of Family and Community Services. He is also the writer and presenter of the 2016 DVD Walk the Person Centred Talk, a practical resource on the person centred approach in work with consumers.
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The Illawarra Way - Reablement Pilot Workshop: Batemans Bay

13/08/2019
In conjunction with Glen Sorensen from Age Communications, we will be hosting a workshop to share learnings from the successful pilot project to support short-term reablement, The Illawarra Way. This workshop is specifically for CHSP service providers, RAS staff and those working in health and allied health.  In the workshop, we will cover: Background:      –  Wellness and Reablement Approaches      –  Types of reablement      –  Lessons from the Illawarra Way Trial of a System for Short-term Reablement The Illawarra Way System for Responding to Short-term Reablement  Referrals from RAS:      –  RAS roles, responsibilities – identifying reablement potential, gaining consent and making referrals       –  CHSP roles and responsibilities – creating reablement capacity and accepting referrals      –  Support worker roles and responsibilities Dealing with Challenges:     –  Negotiating coordination and case management responsibilities     –  Extending reablement periods     –  When ongoing support provision is sought About Glen Sorensen Glen is the Managing Director and Principal Consultant of Age Communications. He is an experienced and accomplished facilitator, trainer, writer and researcher who has worked extensively with the aged care sector. He is also the author of When I'm 64, Millennium Books and Options for the Ageing: the complete guide to support and care of older people, Simon and Schuster. He is the presenter of the MDS Training DVD produced by Ageing, Disability and Home Care, NSW Department of Family and Community Services. He is also the writer and presenter of the 2016 DVD Walk the Person Centred Talk, a practical resource on the person centred approach in work with consumers.
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The Illawarra Way - Reablement Pilot Workshop: Shoalhaven

13/08/2019
In conjunction with Glen Sorensen from Age Communications, we will be hosting a workshop to share learnings from the successful pilot project to support short-term reablement, The Illawarra Way. This workshop is specifically for CHSP service providers, RAS staff and those working in health and allied health.  In the workshop, we will cover: Background:      –  Wellness and Reablement Approaches      –  Types of reablement      –  Lessons from the Illawarra Way Trial of a System for Short-term Reablement The Illawarra Way System for Responding to Short-term Reablement  Referrals from RAS:      –  RAS roles, responsibilities – identifying reablement potential, gaining consent and making referrals       –  CHSP roles and responsibilities – creating reablement capacity and accepting referrals      –  Support worker roles and responsibilities Dealing with Challenges:     –  Negotiating coordination and case management responsibilities     –  Extending reablement periods     –  When ongoing support provision is sought About Glen Sorensen Glen is the Managing Director and Principal Consultant of Age Communications. He is an experienced and accomplished facilitator, trainer, writer and researcher who has worked extensively with the aged care sector. He is also the author of When I'm 64, Millennium Books and Options for the Ageing: the complete guide to support and care of older people, Simon and Schuster. He is the presenter of the MDS Training DVD produced by Ageing, Disability and Home Care, NSW Department of Family and Community Services. He is also the writer and presenter of the 2016 DVD Walk the Person Centred Talk, a practical resource on the person centred approach in work with consumers.
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