When Wednesday 18 April 2012 - 9am–4.30pm
Where GippsTAFE Traralgon, Training Room 2 cnr Franklin Street & Princes Street Traralgon
Facilitated by Renee Williams and Greg Logan,Positive Directions Consultancy & Training and Logan Consulting
The Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association (VAADA) is excited to present a one-day workshop building on its latest resource: ‘Capacity Building and Change Management: A guide for services implementing dual diagnosis processes’.
The workshop will assist agencies in developing solid foundations upon which to build or consolidate Dual Diagnosis Capacity Building and includes:
- Building Dual Diagnosis Capacity (Organisational & Individual)
- Applying change management to your project plans
- Working with funding bodies
- Designing realistic plans
Primarily focussed on co-occurring substance use and mental illness capacity building, the principles of the training are applicable to all facets of organisational change in a diverse range of settings.
Between them, Renee and Greg have over 60 years’ experience in the mental health and alcohol and other drugs fields, building capacity through change management, and providing education events.
Who should attend? Project workers, managers, CEOs, program managers, dual diagnosis portfolio holders, and anyone with an interest in attaining dual diagnosis capability and/or organisational change.
This is a free event and morning tea and lunch will be provided
RSVP by Wednesday 11 April to Christine Stevens
Phone 9412 5607
This is an Improved Services Initiative (ISI) event. The ISI is funded and supported by the Department of Health and Ageing