Workshop for people employed as bicultural workers in health settings.
Staff employed for their language skills, cultural knowledge and relationships within newly arrived communities, also negotiate complex expectations from clients, communities and their own organisations. This workshop explores the challenges for 'bicultural' staff in health settings, and provides opportunity for sharing strategies, resources and networking.
- Trauma informed practices;
- Managing client, community and organisational relationships and expectations;
- Working sustainably with survivors of trauma; and
- Opportunities for sharing experience and strategies, and networking.
Only available to staff in health settings who are also employed for their language skills and cultural knowledge.
NO PRE-REQUISITE REQUIRED
This program is funded for Nurses and Allied Health professionals through the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services. Therefore there is no cost to professionals working in these areas.