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PRESENTER:      Lynne Keevers, Associate Professor of Social Work at University of Wollongong

COST:                  This is a free event for ASU members. Collection of your information is used only for contact purposes.

DATE:                  Thursday 18th November 2021

TIME:                   VIC, NSW, TAS: 1pm-2pm

                             SA: 12.30pm-1.30pm

                             QLD: 12pm-1pm

                             NT: 11.30am-12.30pm

                             WA: 10am-11am                         

Social and Community Services Series: When Caring is Not Enough - The Importance of Professional Skills in the Community and Disability Sector

Being a professional in the community and disability is not all about being ‘nice’ or caring’. Working in our sector also means doing your job at best practice standards – like every other professional. Join this conversation with Natalie and Lynne as they discuss the importance of recognizing and being recognized for your skills. Hear about how Lynne Keevers has been working to keep diversity and local knowledge in the community and disability sectors by building courses that are accessible to workers in their own time and their own area.

Topics covered:

  • The importance of recognition of professional skills in social and community services,
  • Using local knowledge in the community and disability sector
  • Q&A with the presenters

Social and Community Services Series: When Caring is Not Enough: The Importance of Professional Skills in the Community and Disability Sector

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  • Thursday Nov 18 2021, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • TLN ONLINE TRAINING ROOM
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