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This two-part workshop delivered via Zoom explores advanced skills for practitioners working with interpreters in mental health settings
Tuesday, 23 August 2022
Tuesday, 30 August 2022
Online via Zoom
— details to be sent to registrants in advance
This advanced skills workshop is designed for all practitioners currently working with interpreters in mental health settings.
The workshop explores challenges and realities in the interpreting environment and looks at strategies for adapting practice for working with interpreters in a variety of mental health settings.
Participants will receive hard copies of resources developed in the project Approaching work with interpreters in mental health settings (VTMH, 2019), including a Practice Tips Poster and Report.
Please be aware that this is a two-part workshop. To complete the workshop, and to receive hard copy resources, participation at both days is required.
This workshop takes a blended learning approach, and has three components. The virtual workshops are conducted over two half days via Zoom and supplemented with self-directed online learning. Participation at both workshops is required. See below for details:
This workshop will interest staff working in a range of roles across clinical and community mental health services across Victoria. This includes but is not limited to community rehabilitation and recovery workers, lived experience workers, mental health nursing, social work, occupational therapy, psychiatry, and program leaders/project workers.
Please note due to funding arrangements, workshops are currently unavailable to those working solely in private practice/NDIS providers. If you register and it is not clear you are part of the intended audience, we may contact you to confirm your eligibility. We thank you for your understanding.
VTMH workshops are open to staff working in Victoria’s state-funded mental health workforce. This includes public clinical and community mental health services, as well as state-funded mental health programs within community health and social services.
Registrations close Tuesday, 9th August, 2022. Registrations are essential.
We know circumstances change, however if you register for a workshop and are unable to attend, please contact us as soon as possible at firstname.lastname@example.org to allow us to offer your space to those on our waiting lists.
Whilst we do our very best to deliver our workshops as scheduled, unforeseen circumstances may require us to cancel or postpone events at short notice.
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