We still have some places left at next week's training workshop - The Big Plan.
The Big Plan has a great question at the heart of it:
"What would it take for this man or woman to have an interesting, fulfilling life where they could meet people who may become their friends and make their contribution to their community?"
The Big Plan has been used extensively in Scotland and Western Australia and the feedback from the participants has been overwhelmingly positive.
Don't miss the chance to participate in this thought provoking training event - please contact us to book your place today!
H2 Training and Consultancy and Inclusion WA are delighted to present a unique opportunity for training in facilitation of The Big Plan, a large group, Person Centred Planning process developed and designed by Steve Coulson and Heather Simmons.
This is a workshop designed to introduce the fundamentals of inclusion whilst providing a background on what disabilities are and how we can work better to include people with disabilities.
This workshop also runs on the 20th April.
There's lots of talk about being Person Centred these days it's definitely the in thing or maybe it's individualised or self-directed.
The intention of this one day training event is to offer some guiding principles to help you think and work in ways that have the most potential for positive change for the person, their family and the community.
This is a training event in two parts for young people who have the label of disability who are moving from school to adult life.
Our flagship workshop will get you thinking about the current ways we work to enrich the lives of the people we support and enhancing our own skills and knowledge. Here we will explore our role in connecting people who are marginalised and their community, plus discuss social inclusion from a community development perspective.
There is a commonly held belief that working in a Person Centred way means that people get everything they want, all of the time. Anyone who is thoughtful about the work knows that this is simply not the case and that good work often involves difficult conversations that support people to be safe and successful.
These conversations are hard to have. They can be upsetting and confronting. Most of us would rather avoid them. But they are the conversations that count and can make a huge difference in your relationship with the person and so courage is required to have the conversation that needs to be had.
If you are someone who would like to improve your skills in this area then this is the one day investment for you!