ANZASW Webinar: Social workers and private practice

03/08/2021 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm – To Register>> Presenters: Madeleine Taylor and Pamela Wilson, facilitated by Anne MacAulay Date and time: Tuesday 3rd August 12:00 – please note a slightly earlier time than usual Madeleine’s ancestors came from Scotland, Ireland and England over four generations ago. Madeleine grew up under the shelter of Mt Meredith next to the Whareama River, however, Mount Ruapehu is close to […]

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Online: Managing Difficult Personalities and Toxic Behaviours at Work

08/09/2021 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am – To Register>> Most of us have experienced the challenges of working alongside (or being managed by someone) who has an extremely difficult personality. The amount of time and energy it takes to turn these people around is huge – as are the costs to individuals and the organisation if things don’t change. This interactive session […]

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Responding effectively to people experiencing family violence, Auckland

26/10/2021 @ All Day – For more information and to register: Click here>> Shine one day introductory training: Responding effectively to people experiencing family violence This one day training will provide a framework for practitioners on how to respond appropriately and safely when they suspect or find that someone is experiencing domestic violence. The focus for the day will be […]

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Alzheimers NZ Conference, Auckland

18/11/2021 – 19/11/2021 @ All Day – Living with dementia: Taking action for a better future Te noho rangatira me te mate wareware: Te kōkiri kaupapa mō ngā rā e tū mai nei Come along and find out about the inspiring actions that individuals and organisations are taking to improve the lives of people in Aotearoa New Zealand who are living with dementia. Presentations […]

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2021 NZCCA Conference Indigenous Practices & Pathways

16/09/2021 – 18/09/2021 @ All Day – The NZCCA Conference 2021 will be held in Wellington from 16-18th September. Our theme Indigenous Practices & Pathways provides the opportunity to share cultural knowledge, traditions, values, principles and practices developed in indigenous communities and civilisations. Traditional knowledge is at the core of indigenous identity, culture, languages, heritage and livelihoods. This year we would like […]

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