Trauma Informed Practice To see dates for Trauma Informed Program go here. A 1-day workshop explores the principles of trauma informed practices and then how to develop work practices that are trauma informed in your own work situation. Overview A 1-day workshop exploring trauma informed work practices. Trauma Informed Practice is not only a growing mandate in many frontline job roles, but it is also contemporary practice. Providing people with interactions that are trauma informed results in better service outcomes in the long-term. It also reduces the risk of re-traumatisation, builds trust, and supports ongoing access for people who might otherwise not engage. By the end of this workshop participants will have increased confidence in their ability to communicate trauma informed principles, and a strong understanding of how to integrate trauma informed practices into their work. Who Should Attend? Trauma Informed Practice is for people whose work involves contact with staff, customers or clients who may have been traumatised. Key Learning Outcomes Increase trauma informed literacy Strengthening participants ability to see through a trauma informed lens Develop confidence in using trauma informed language Practice specific skills to respond in a trauma informed manner Apply the Trauma Informed Practice model to your work Resources • Comprehensive participant manual with references for further reading.• Participants will leave with a toolbox of practical resources. Download TIP Flyer: Trauma Informed Practice Flyer Face to face: 1-day Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm Min: 12 Max: 25 $295 (including GST) Public trainings: Nurturing, comfortable and convenient venues. Tea, coffee and catered morning tea and afternoon tea is included. To see dates for Trauma Informed Program go here. To see all of our community training course dates go to our Upcoming Training. For further information please email [email protected] or phone 1300 003 313. Lifeline Tasmania - working for a resilient and suicide free Tasmania. Subscribe to our monthly newsletter. Learn those words and phrases that help you have hard conversations that save lives. Check out the organisations making a difference through investing in Mental Health training for staff. See workshops that could make a difference to your workplace.