Location

Online

Date

RSVP: Fri 22 Apr 2022

Time

Registration

Non-member Price: $82.50 Add to Cart
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ONLINE LEARNING SUMMARY

TRAUMA-INFORMED ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER CULTURAL CAPABILITY

This course is designed as an introduction to trauma and its impacts on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. On completion of the course learners will:

  • Be able to define what trauma is; including its origins, complex, relational, transgenerational and inter-generational trauma, and its manifestations (responses and behaviours).
  • Understand the impact and context of trauma through first-hand.
  • Understand vicarious/Secondary Trauma.
  • Understand culturally informed approaches to healing trauma.
  • Understand about referral pathways.
  • Be able to demonstrate trauma-informed policy development and service delivery; what it looks like for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
  • Be able to demonstrate trauma-informed practices of safety in the workplace; what it looks like for all employees; how it works if the employee has a trauma history.
  • Be able to evaluate policies and procedures through a trauma-informed lens.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This course is recommended to all individuals, educators and employees of all organisations. It provides a strong foundation knowledge to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander trauma in a non-confrontational and self-paced environment. It serves as an essential pre-cursor to face-to-face workshops, increasing the cultural safety of those sessions, as well as providing for a more engaged and applied workshop environment. It is recommended that participants in this course complete the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural competence course prior to ensure you have the base level knowledge and context on which to build the additional trauma-informed capabilities.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • To develop an understanding of trauma and the impact on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
  • To be able to apply your trauma-informed knowledge into culturally safe practice.

HOW DOES THE COURSE RELATE TO AHPRA OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY COMPETENCIES?

Cultural safety training is recognised by AHPRA as a core requirement for registered practitioners and a core component of the Occupational Therapy Competency Standards:

  • understands and responds to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health philosophies, leadership, research and practices 
  • maintains current knowledge for cultural responsiveness to all groups in the practice setting
  • maintains and improves currency of knowledge, skills and new evidence for practice by adhering to the requirements for continuing professional development
  • identifies and applies best available evidence in professional practice and decision making

PRESENTER

The Centre for Cultural Competence Australia (CCCA)

The Centre for Cultural Competence Australia (CCCA) is a majority Indigenous owned organisation dedicated to the training and development of individuals and organisations in the field of ‘Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Competence’.

This course has been developed by CCCA in partnership with We Al-li, one of the foremost Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander trauma experts in Australia. We Al-li is a trauma-informed, trauma-specific educational and practice-based approach that promotes health, well-being, and sustainable pathways of positive change for individuals, families and communities at both a personal and professional level.

http://ccca.com.au

To register for or learn more about CCCA's other eLearning CPD, please use the below links:

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Competence Course

ONLINE LEARNING DETAILS

This course is delivered online and provides a flexible learning platform. It typically takes between 4 to 5 hours to complete, available 24/7 it allows you to complete the course in your own time at a time and pace convenient to you.

ONLINE LEARNING PLATFORM:

Please note the webinar platform which will be used is managed independently of Occupational Therapy Australia. By signing up for the course you are agreeing for Occupational Therapy Australia to enrol you to the external online course platform and for the platform CCCA.com.au to have access to your name and email address. Upon registering and paying for the CPD you will be sent an email from The Centre for Cultural Competence Australia (CCCA) with your access details. You will have access to the course for 6 months.

CPD HOURS:
Total CPD claimable workshop hours:4.5

REGISTRATION FEES & INCLUSIONS

FEES:
OTA Member: $77
OTA Student/New Graduate Member: $72
Non-member: $82.50

(All pricing is inclusive of GST)

*Registrations close Friday 22 April 2022, 11.55pm AEST

Members must be logged in with username and password in order to register at the member rate.

DISCLAIMER

All information is correct at the time of publication. OTA reserves the right to alter or delete items from the CPD calendar as required, and takes no responsibility for any errors, omissions and changes.

All workshop resources including copies of the presentation, along with all supporting documents and links are not for distribution and are the property of the presenter.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS (T&C)

T&C's are available here

CONTACT US

Please direct all enquiries to info@otaus.com.au or phone 1300 682 878


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