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The ASU College: Online Course Catalogue

The ASU College: Online Course Catalogue

The Disability Royal Commission, the NDIS Review and the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission have key roles in reforming the disability sector

Tuesday 10 October
1 - 2pm

The disability sector has one of the fastest growing workforces in the country. The new Labor Minister for the NDIS wants to reform the disability sector. Hear about the work of the Disability Royal Commission, the NDIS Review and the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission as part of this reform process and what these changes mean for you. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback on key issues in the disability sector.

Working Until You Retire

Tuesday 10 October
1 - 2pm

Respect@Work Laws

Thursday 12 October
1 - 2pm

Creating safe, inclusive and respectful workplaces is everyone’s business. Learn about what the Respect@Work laws are and what they mean for you and your workplace.’

Working as an independent disability support worker or sole trader in the NDIS

Tuesday 24 October
1 - 2pm

Neurodiversity in the Workplace

Tuesday 31 October
1 - 2pm

Addressing Sexual Harassment and Bullying in the Workplace

Thursday 2 November
1 - 2pm

In this webinar we will discuss how to recognise and respond to sexual harassment and bullying in the workplace as essential elements to prevention, and the provision of safe workplaces

Preventing and Managing Psychological Injury in the Workplace: a Webinar for Workers

Tuesday 14 November
1 - 2pm

When the Community Debate is About You: Taking Care of Yourself

Thursday 16 November
1 - 2pm

Preventing and Managing Psychological Injury in the Workplace: a Webinar for Managers

Wednesday 22 November
1 - 2pm

Strategic Activism for Climate Action

Thursday 30 November
1 - 2pm

Understanding and Responding to Vicarious Trauma: An Introduction

Tuesday 5 December
1 - 2pm

NDIS Capability Framework: Positive Behaviour Support

Thursday 7 December
1 - 2pm

Past courses

Access on-demand training from past courses

2023

ACCDP 2023 YouTube Playlist

ACCDP webinar 2023 - The Voice to Parliament Referendum

ACCDP webinar 2023 - A Human Rights Act for Australia

 

ACCDP webinar 2023 - Building a career in the community and disability sectors 

ACCDP webinar 2023 - A webinar for managers – how to implement new paid family and domestic violence leave entitlements

ACCDP webinar 2023 - A webinar for workers – how to access new paid family and domestic violence leave entitlements

ACCDP webinar 2023 - Meet the new NSW Children's Guardian

ACCDP webinar 2023 - Pride in your workplace

ACCDP webinar 2023 - What does the women’s sector want from the new state government?

ACCDP webinar 2023 - Should we have a workforce capability framework for the child protection sector?

ACCDP webinar 2023 - We are proud to protest – the laws must change

ACCDP webinar 2023 - Community and disability workers are essential workers – especially during emergencies

ACCDP webinar 2023 - Imagine if climate change was real...!

ACCDP webinar 2023 - New federal Respect@Work laws

ACCDP webinar 2023 - Voice, Treaty, Truth – vote YES!

 

ACCDP webinar 2023 - Preventing and managing psychological injury in the workplace – for managers

 

ACCDP webinar 2023 - Preventing and managing psychological injury in the workplace – for workers

 

ACCDP webinar 2023 - The costs of losing your integrity go way beyond the dollar signs

 

ACCDP webinar 2023 - Working in the community and disability sectors as an independent worker or sole trader

 

ACCDP webinar 2023 - NDIS Code of Conduct training for new workers

 

ACCDP webinar 2023 - Faith, cultural diversity, professional practice and personal boundaries

 

ACCDP webinar 2023 - Navigating the Visa maze 

2022

ACCDP webinar 2022 - Working as a sole trader in the disability sector

ACCDP webinar 2022 - Delivering services in a diverse multi-cultural community

ACCDP webinar 2022 - Classifying disability support workers

ACCDP webinar 2022 - Building a career in leadership of the community and disability sector

ACCDP webinar 2022 - NDIS Provider Registration and Practice Standards – What workers need to know

ACCDP webinar 2022 - Mental health in the workplace - What do board members, leaders and managers need to know?

ACCDP webinar 2022 - Mental health in the workplace - for practitioners

ACCDP webinar 2022 - Becoming a Health and Safety Representative in the Community and Disability sectors

ACCDP webinar 2022 - NDIS Code of Conduct for new workers in the disability sector

2021

ACCDP webinar 2021 - Understanding the NDIS Code of Conduct

ACCDP webinar 2021 - Understanding and responding to vicarious trauma (VT) – an introduction

ACCDP webinar 2021 - Working Safely in COVID-19

ACCDP webinar 2021 - What is best practice consultation (Workers)

ACCDP webinar 2021 - What is best practice consultation (Managers)

ACCDP webinar 2021 - Understanding the TEIP reforms

ACCDP webinar 2021 - Disability Rights and Advocacy Series

ACCDP webinar 2021 - Campaigning and Advocacy in Community Services

ACCDP webinar 2021 - A wave of disadvantage across NSW - impact of the COVID-19 recession

ACCDP webinar 2021 - A government register for residential youth workers – what it means for you

ACCDP webinar 2021 - Responding to Domestic and Family Violence in the Workplace

ACCDP webinar 2021 - Inequality and COVID-19 Impact on People, Communities, and Community Services

< 2020

Self-determination over “Integration” – understanding CALD specialist services

Justice for First Nations People

What Does Workplace Health and Safety Mean?
 

What is a 'Professionalised Foster Carer' and what does it mean for workers?
 

Out of home at 18? Reforming out of home care (OOHC)

Mental Health In The Workplace

Practice and other issues for workers in the alcohol and other drugs sector

NDIS Worker Screening Check

Impact of COVID-19 and Funding Changes on CALD Communities and Services

NSW Ageing and Disability Commission

Ethical Practice in the Community and Disability Sector

Women of Colour Inside the Justice System

Should the State Defend Those Who Cannot Defend Themselves?

Building a Career in the Community and Disability Sector

The CEO and the Board – Building a Positive and Constructive Relationship

The NDIS Worker Capability Framework – What the Framework Means for You as a Disability Worker

What is the NSW Residential Care Workers Register and What Does it Mean for Workers and Services?

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