Health, Education and Community Services


Top 3 skills you will achieve:

  • Understanding of issues facing families of people with a disability
  • Empathy for families in dealing with issues they may face
  • Specific communication techniques and strategies needed to deal with families

Communicate and work with families

This workshop will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to apply specific communication techniques to build and maintain relationships with families.



Course Overview

Course Code:DIS009 
Careers:Support Worker  
How:Short course, Fee for service 
Where:LEEDERVILLE CAMPUS
RICHMOND STREET
LEEDERVILLE
6007

 
International study available:No 
Online study available: 
Uni pathway available:No 
Day and Time:Half day  
Commences:To be organised with your organisation  
Fee:

 
Further information:Email ebtccs@central.wa.edu.au or phone 9202 0410 to enquire about this course. 

About the course

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This workshop will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to apply specific communication techniques to build and maintain relationships with families. 

It will assist you in understanding problems and issues families of people with a disability face and will provide you with strategies to deal with these issues.  

It discusses personal attributes and skills needed to effectively work with families of the people you support.

Skills you will gain from this course

The skills you will gain from this workshop are:

  • Understanding of issues facing families of people with a disability
  • Empathy for families in dealing with issues they may face
  • Specific communication techniques and strategies needed to deal with families
  • Skills and techniques required to deal with difficult people
  • Ientifying personal attributes, strengths and weaknesses needed to effectively work with families

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