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Using loss and grief to explain social challenges in Aboriginal communities

 

Overview

Target audience: Organisations, agencies, and individuals working with, or who would like to work with, Aboriginal individuals and communities

Course summary: This 5-day course is conducted by The Australian Institute for Loss & Grief (AIL&G) and Relationships Australia (SA). The course program uses culturally appropriate, well-established methodologies with unique and original beliefs, concepts, understanding and practices from ‘lived experiences’. The course covers three nationally recognised units from the Certificate IV in Community Development (CHC40808):

This training has been specifically developed to describe how these three units can be culturally adapted successfully to help support Indigenous well-being across Australia.

Fee payable: Yes
Delivery mode: On site
Financial support for Indigenous students: Not specified

Contacts

Australian Institute for Loss & Grief
CEO/Founder
Rosemary Kudnarto Wanganeen
Ph: (08) 8341 5557
Mobile: 0438 203 032
Fax: (08) 8242 2690
Email: rosemary@lossandgrief.com.au

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Last updated: 4 March 2015
 
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