• Wellbeing

Trauma Informed Care and Practice

PL # 13525.
Starting from 24 Aug 2022 till 31 Aug 2022
Cancellation permitted until 19 Aug 2022

Registration Close : 19 Aug 2022

Delivery Format : Webinar

Pricing Normal
For Members $0
For Catholic Members $0
For Non-Members $0
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Limited Places Available

Registrations open to :

  • AISWA Member Schools (non-CEO)
  • Catholic Member Schools
  • Non-Members

Description

This online event, presented by Paul Searle (Road Safety and Drug Education), will help teachers and student services staff gain a better understanding of trauma and its potential impacts on young people in a school context. 

By taking a Trauma Informed Care and Practice (TICP) approach, school staff will have a better understanding of how to create an environment that addresses the specific needs and sensitivities of students who have experienced trauma.

The workshop also examines the links between trauma and alcohol and other drugs (AOD). 

 

Program format: 

Online course (1 hour) – This session is an online pre-learning module to complete before taking part in the webinar.  When you register you will receive a calendar invite. You will also receive a CANVAS invite 7 days prior to the webinar.  At this time you can commence your online training. You can do it at your own pace as long as you finish it before the webinar.

Webinar (3 hours) – This session is an MS Teams webinar which takes place after the pre-learning module.  Two days before the webinar, you will be sent an email with all the relevant links and information.

Presenters

Nicole Brown(AISWA Staff)

Consultant | Teaching And Learning – Wellbeing
Nicole Brown<span>(AISWA Staff)</span>

Nicole Brown is the Teaching and Learning - Wellbeing Consultant, a new role for 2022. She has worked in independent schools in the PK-12 environment as an educational leader with responsibility for the pastoral care and wellbeing of Primary School students.  Nicole is passionate about ensuring that every child is supported to grow in a safe and healthy environment, with access to early intervention and prevention programs. She is looking forward to providing leadership support and high-quality advice on the design and delivery of whole-school approaches to health and wellbeing, bridging the gap between research and practice.

Paul Searle

Paul Searle

As Principal Consultant - Alcohol and Drug Awareness with the Department of Education’s Road Safety and Drug Education branch, Paul Searle manages the state-wide delivery of strengths-based drug education and early intervention programs available to all WA schools. Paul has 12 years’ experience in drug education that includes working directly with metropolitan, regional and remote schools, as well as coordinating state-wide strategies and initiatives aimed at reducing drug-related harms. Most recently, he was project lead on the production of the WA Schools Anti-vaping toolkit and supporting resources, that include a professional learning presentation and teaching and learning resource.

Terms & Conditions

 

AISWA Professional Learning - Webinar PL Event 

Detailed Webinar event T&Cs here. Below is an overview only.

Webinar event conditions 

  • Attendance/access: For a paid AISWA-hosted webinar, only registered pre-paid users will be provided with access details. The school of any member attendee can access attendance data.
  • Free public webinar: For a free AISWA-hosted webinar, the link is in the public domain and can be shared. Fully registered members (via AISWA website) will have PL attendance recorded. 
  • Privacy disclaimer: Webinars may be recorded by AISWA. Attendees have the right to privacy but must take responsibility to notify the event organiser of their intention prior to the start of the event and turn off their camera/microphone. Attendee names will be visible to other attendees. NB: This condition was acknowledged during event registration.
  • Attendee swaps: This is acceptable. The organiser must be notified. There are conditions.
  • IT Acceptable Use Policy: Compliance with this policy for the use of the AISWA Teams platform and AISWA website is required.
  • Payment Conditions: Price includes GST. All transactions are cashless. Registration is confirmed when payment is received.
  • Cancellation: Cancellation is without charge up to the Cancellation Permitted date. Cancellations via this website. Late cancellations or failure to attend will incur full cost. Please refer any issues to the Event Organiser. AISWA retains the right to cancel a webinar. Attendees will be notified by email. Payments already received will be refunded. 

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Segments

Online Learning Course - Essential Pre-Reading (1 hour)

Date / Time

24 Aug 2022
Starts: 08:00
Finishes: 09:00

Location Specifics

This online event will help teachers and student services staff gain a better understanding of trauma and its potential impacts on young people in a school context. By taking a Trauma Informed Care and Practice (TICP) approach, school staff will have a better understanding of how to create an environment that addresses the specific needs and sensitivities of students who have experienced trauma. The workshop also examines the links between trauma and alcohol and other drugs (AOD). Essential pre-reading Online course (1 hour) This first session is an online pre-learning module to complete before taking part in the webinar. When you register you will receive a calendar invite. You will also receive a CANVAS invite 7 days prior to the webinar. At this time you can commence your online training. You can do it at your own pace as long as you finish it before the webinar.
PL Hours : 1.00

Trauma Informed Care & Practice Workshop

Date / Time

31 Aug 2022
Starts: 09:00
Finishes: 12:00

Location Specifics

This is an online webinar. Links will be sent two days prior to the workshop.
PL Hours : 3.00

Learning Area

  • Wellbeing

School Area

  • Early Childhood (PK - 2)
  • Primary (P-6)
  • Secondary (7-10)
  • Senior Secondary (11 - 12)

Event Contact

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