Sep
28
Mon
PPS – Being Prepared for Job Fallouts and Moving Them Back into Work @ On line broadcast
Sep 28 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

NESA Webinar

PPS - Being Prepared for Job Fallouts and Moving Them Back into Work

Monday 28 September 2020

12 noon AEST (11.30am in SA & NT and 10.00am in WA)

Target Group

Frontline staff

Summary

NESA is launching a new webinar session, which will provide tools including risk management principles that can assist you to respond to participant job fallouts.

Our trainer Rebecca Herbertson will explore the Post Placement Support (PPS) process, a preventative fallout PPS Plan, a Time Line of Support; identify potential weaknesses, and employer involvement, and explore how these can be communicated. Rebecca will finish up the session with an exciting Fallout Response Team strategy.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

  • A Risk Management Approach
  • Preventative measures and considerations
  • Fallout measures and rolling them out

FACILITATOR

Rebecca Herbertson

Rebecca holds a Bachelor of Psychology, a Graduate Certificate in Career Development and other qualifications in Training, Management and Human Resources. With over fifteen years experience working in Employment Services and ten years delivering industry training, Rebecca is able to relay her knowledge and experience using a common sense approach and an informal manner which is popular with her clients.

Her Employment Services work has primarily involved facilitating the Certificate IV in Employment Services throughout Western Australia and assisting organisations with other business needs such as tender writing and policy development.

Currently the Director of Training and Compliance at the Betterlink Group, a Western Australian based RTO she is also a professional member of the Career Development Association of Australia, a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and an internationally certified Continuous Improvement Coach, SME Executive Coach and NLP Practitioner.

NESA Training Partner Rebecca Herbertson

COST

NESA Member

$ 60
00
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  • Prices are inclusive of GST
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Non-member

$ 75
00
per registrant
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OTHER

This live broadcast will include ample Q&A time. It is expected to run for no more than an hour. A PDF copy of the presentation will be distributed to all registrants, and participants a certificate of attendance

Sep
29
Tue
Thriving in Change @ On-line broadcast
Sep 29 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

NESA Webinar

Thriving in Change

Tuesday 29 September 2020

12 noon AEST (11.30am in SA & NT and 10.00am in WA)

Target Group

All frontline staff. Share what you learn at this session with your clients.

Summary

Change is a necessity. Without change there would be no progress, but the constancy and speed of change today are demanding from us a level of resilience and flexibility greater than ever before.

The more we explore change, the more we realise that the solution lies in understanding how people deal with change and their strategies for building resilience. Front line staff are encouraged to share what they learn here with their clients.

In 'Thriving in Change' we learn:-

  • How our brain equips us for survival and what this means when faced with change
  • Why everyone’s response to change is different and how to recognise where we are on the change continuum
  • What we can predict about how we respond to change and why it’s perfectly normal
  • How to overturn our evolutionary reactions and start to see change from a different perspective
  • Strategies for building resilience to deal with change to our advantage

FACILITATOR

Clare Edwards

Clare is a change-maker. She helps organisations to tap into the collective potential of their people so that they can master personal leadership, thrive in change and stay fully engaged. A passionate storyteller and inspiring speaker, Clare takes her audiences on an experiential journey, leaving them filled with new insights, keen to know more and motivated to change. Clare's corporate background spans 2 decades of working in senior management roles with global IT companies, surviving the dot com 'boom and bust' of the early millennium and thriving in complex, fast-paced change environments. Clare makes the complex simple. She has studied neuroleadership extensively and brings theory and concepts to life helping people to uncover the full potential of their amazing brain and its ability to change - without the psychobabble.n

COST

NESA Member

$ 60
00
per registrant
  • Prices are inclusive of GST
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Non-member

$ 75
00
per registrant
  • Prices are inclusive of GST
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OTHER

This live broadcast will include ample Q&A time. It is expected to run for no more than an hour. PDF copy of the presentation will be distributed to all registrants and a certificate on completion.

Sep
30
Wed
Building Rapport In 23 Seconds @ On line broadcast
Sep 30 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

NESA Webinar

Building Rapport In 23 Seconds

Wednesday 30 September 2020

2pm AEST (1:30pm in SA & NT and 12 noon in WA)

Target Group

All staff

Summary

We have all heard how much first impressions matter and in our industry, positive relationships leading to engagement and retention are absolutely crucial.

Why is it important to build rapport? Because it gets the client’s subconscious mind to accept and begin to process your suggestions. By making them feel comfortable and relaxed, they are open to suggestions.

This webinar will explore how to quickly build rapport with someone.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

  • Why it all starts with mindset
  • Why the first 23 seconds is crucial to creating a good impression
  • Introduction to Emotional Intelligence
  • Understanding the four personality types (DISC)
  • How to captivate your prospect’s attention
  • Timing your pitch perfectly
  • Learn to decrease the amount of rejections
  • Understand the client’s psychology and mindset.

FACILITATOR

Raimond Volpe

Raimond Volpe is an established and experienced Sales Trainer. He has over 25 years sales experience in finance, recruitment and pharmaceutical industries. He was the #1 BDM at Toll People for two years in a row, winning the National Finance Industries, BDM of the Year Award. Prior to sales, he was the director of Five Finance, a mortgage broking and insurance company that won many awards including the Allianz & Tower Finance Broker Company of the Year Award in 2007. 


Mindset plays a big part in Raimond’s sales training, as the right attitude is an integral part in a successful sales process. 


Raimond is an International Best Selling Author in the Self-Help industry, with his book ‘Success For Living’ . Shortly after it’s release, it became an international bestseller in x5 countries. Since then, it has been number #1 in Australia in the Self Help Category for many months in a row. 

Raimond believes that with a solid sales process, winning attitude and advanced selling skills, excellence can be achieved in any industry.

Raimond Volpe

COST

NESA Member

$ 60
00
per registrant
  • Prices are inclusive of GST
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Non-member

$ 75
00
per registrant
  • Prices are inclusive of GST
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OTHER

This live broadcast will include ample Q&A time. It is expected to run for no more than an hour.
A PDF copy of the presentation will be distributed to all registrants, and a certificate of attendance for all participants

Oct
9
Fri
Remote Servicing in Employment Services – A New Approach to Case Management @ Online broadcast
Oct 9 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

NESA online 2 part Coaching Program

Remote Servicing in Employment Services – A New Approach to Case Management

Friday 9 & 16 October 2020

Starts 12 noon AEDT (11.30am in SA, 11.00am in QLD, 10.30am in NT and 9.00am in WA)

Target Group

All front line staff

Summary

Ensuring effective case management and servicing is essential during such uncertain times. This 2 part online coaching program will explore emerging trends, case studies, and development of remote case management and teleconferencing to leverage provide services to job seekers in the New Norm.

These strategies will allow practitioners and managers to develop highly effective techniques and structures for case management to achieve sustainable outcomes. The ability to positively interact with job seekers in the employment process is equally as important and works well when these skills are integrated with a well-developed case plan.
This coaching program provides employment practitioners the skills to encourage job seekers to access services and supports, to look for work and achieve their own employment goals. Client-centred Case Management focuses on coordination of a wide range of services and resources to maintain the wellbeing of clients with various and sometimes complex needs.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

  • Understanding Case Management in Employment Services
  • Working from home, a locked down office, online or over the telephone – your are remote servicing (transitioning or currently)
  • Learn about which platforms work for providing remote case management
  • Understand best practice for supporting clients in changing environment
  • Provide best practices in an ethical way
  • Novel ideas on Improving participant engagement
  • Addressing participant barriers, working with clients and other health and service providers

Other

Each webinar session is expected to run for approximately 60 minutes including ample Q&A and discussion time.

A PDF copy of the presentation will be distributed to all registrants.

Once the series has been completed, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.

FACILITATOR

Sharon Mamo

Sharon is a qualified human services program designer and lecturer with many years of experience in Human Resources. For the last 5 years she has focused on researching and working with disengaged job seekers and their complex needs. Sharon combines clinical psychotherapy and professionalism with a natural and down-to-earth approach. Sharon is a qualified Drug and Alcohol Facilitator, Psychotherapist & Social Sciences Professional. She has worked as a psychotherapist in employment services for many years. As an expert in encouraging mandated and resistant clients to change, she keynotes at national conferences on topics of behavioural change, AOD, mental health and neuropsychotherapy.

COST

NESA Member

$ 120
00
per registrant
  • Prices are inclusive of GST
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Non-member

$ 150
00
per registrant
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Oct
14
Wed
Change Your Brain for Habits of Excellence @ On-line broadcast
Oct 14 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

NESA Webinar

3.00pm AEDT (2.30pm SA, 2.00pm QLD, 1.30pm NT and 12 noon in WA)

Change Your Brain for Habits of Excellence

Wednesday 14 October 2020

Summary

Habits are necessary – they help us to function effectively in an increasingly fast-paced and complex world. But are our habits helping or hindering our effectiveness and productivity?

This highly practical and enlightening webinar has a powerful message for anyone who wants better results from their time. It will leave participants feeling empowered to make changes in those areas that have been keeping them stuck in ineffective habits and routines.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

  • Understand why habits are hard, but not impossible, to break and change for good
  • Explore how our brains create and embed habits
  • Identify the 3 critical elements of a habit and which one to change for success
  • Identify those killer habits that are robbing you of your productivity
  • Learn practical, workable strategies for developing and maintaining your focus and attention
  • Come away feeling inspired to action by applying the H.A.B.I.T. formula for greater productivity, a healthier lifestyle and a real sense of achievement

FACILITATOR

Clare Edwards

Clare is a change-maker. She helps organisations to tap into the collective potential of their people so that they can master personal leadership, thrive in change and stay fully engaged.
A passionate storyteller and inspiring speaker, Clare takes her audiences on an experiential journey, leaving them filled with new insights, keen to know more and motivated to change.
Clare’s corporate background spans 2 decades of working in senior management roles with global IT companies, surviving the dot com ‘boom and bust’ of the early millennium and thriving in complex, fast-paced change environments.
Clare makes the complex simple. She has studied neuroleadership extensively and brings theory and concepts to life helping people to uncover the full potential of their amazing brain and its ability to change – without the psychobabble.

COST

NESA Member

$ 60
00
per registrant
  • Prices are inclusive of GST
REGISTER NOW

Non-member

$ 75
00
per registrant
  • Prices are inclusive of GST
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OTHER

This live broadcast will include ample Q&A time. It is expected to run for no more than an hour. A PDF copy of the presentation will be distributed to all registrants, and participants a certificate.

Oct
19
Mon
New Starters- Introduction to Australia’s Employment Services Sector @ On line broadcast
Oct 19 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

3 part online Coaching Program

New Starters- Introduction to Australia's Employment Services Sector

Monday 19 October 2020

Starts at 3.00pm AEDT (2.30pm SA, 2.00pm QLD, 1.30pm NT, and 12 noon WA)

Target Group

New Starters in the Employment Services Sector

Summary

Hit the ground running; for the new starters in the Employment services


The coaching program is designed to assist your new starters (regardless of which program) to quickly gain an understanding of our employment services sector, and to gain skills and knowledge to help them work with the big numbers of participants entering into the programs.

Over 3 webinar sessions, Damien Opolski will comprehensively introduce staff to the programs and components that make up today’s employment services industry. We’ll look at how employment services have evolved, and see what’s required to achieve results in a rapidly changing labour market. We’ll look at the role of Services Australia in assessing and referring job seekers to programs, and the role of providers in developing the Job/Participation Plans that underpin services and ensure job seekers can meet their mutual obligation requirements.

Regardless of which program you’re recruiting for, our New Starters- Introduction to Australia’s Employment Services Sector series will perfectly complement your own induction programs.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

The Intro to Employment Services coaching program has been developed by Damien Opolski. Damien has a background in delivering employment services and for a number of years managed the Departments Learning Centre. He has designed the program to help new starters better understand the context and concepts of the government‘s approach to employment services. It gives new starters an opportunity to better learn the ‘big picture’ and where they sit.

Session 1: An overview of today’s employment services programs – Monday 19 October 2020 at 3pm AEDT

looks at how services have evolved as the labour market has changed. We get an overview of today’s suite of programs and how the programs are tailored to the different client groups. We look at the concept of Mutual Obligations and the role of employment providers in assessing and working with job seekers to meet the objectives of work, engagement and participation. We look at the future of services and how digital servicing is expected to play an increasing role for some job seekers, with enhanced face to face servicing for those likely to benefit from a case management service.

We look at the features which are common across all programs:

  • The role of Services Australia in ‘triaging’ jobseekers to appropriate services through JSCI, ESAt and JCA assessments, and determining a job seekers MOR
  • We learn how some clients, such as vulnerable youth and those who are at risk of retrenchment, can access services
  • We look at the role of the provider in assessing vocational and non-vocational characteristics and negotiating the ‘contract’, or Job Plan, that underpins services.
  • We talk briefly about the role of service fees and outcome fees, and how the Departments assess provider performance for efficiency, effectiveness and quality.

Session 2: The Australian labour market – yesterday, today and tomorrow – Wednesday 21 October 2020 at 3pm AEDT

looks at our evolving labour market and opportunities for our clients. We look at causes of unemployment and LTUE, and how the labour market has changed as a result of automation, efficiency and globalisation. We look at the data which tells us about the types of work that our clients tend to find. Most importantly, we look at trends in the labour market which inform us about the future of work and opportunities for our client base.

Session 3: Mutual Obligation Requirements and the Job Seeker and Targeted Compliance Frameworks – Wednesday 28 October 2020 at 3pm AEDT

looks in more detail at MOR and compliance. We look in more detail at part-time and full-time MOR and how job seekers can meet their MOR. We introduce new starters to the TCF- the concept of demerits and the use of income support suspension to keep people engaged.

In addition, new starters have the opportunity to tap into Damien’s 35 years of experiences in the sector.

Other

The live sessions will include ample Q&A time, and each will run for no longer than 90 minutes. The model of delivery for this coaching program requires learners to “learn by doing” where by participants are expected to contribute to the discussion. Once the series has been completed, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.

FACILITATOR

Damien Opolski

Many of you will know Damien from his time as the director of the Department’s Learning Centre. Over the years he has played a key role in the delivery of both policy and systems information, training and performance management. If you have been in the sector for a while you would most likely seen him at an information session or heard him via webinar.

In this role he was responsible for the performance of up to 150 staff.

Earlier in his career he spent a number of years on the front line; Damien estimates that he has conducted over 10,000 job seeker interviews and worked with hundreds of employers.

Damien is an excellent communicator, who enjoys interacting and sharing his system expertise with his audience.

Damien has a Bachelor of Economics from Adelaide University, as well as Diplomas in Training and Assessment, and Project Management. He is also a qualified Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages.

Damien Opolski

COST

NESA Member

$ 180
00
per registrant
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Non-member

$ 225
00
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Oct
20
Tue
Effective Telephone Techniques to Engage with Job Seekers @ On line broadcast
Oct 20 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

NESA Webinar

Effective Telephone Techniques to Engage with Job Seekers

Tuesday 20 October 2020

3.00pm AEDT (2.30pm SA, 2.00pm QLD, 1.30pm NT and 12 noon WA)

Target Group

Contact staff, reception staff and other frontline staff looking for engagement and retention advice

Summary

The webinar has been designed to support staff primarily working with job seekers over the telephone. They may be calling to gather information about job placements or to arrange case management appointments; they may be providing Post Placement Support or chasing up job seekers who have missed appointments; and of course, it is easier for a job seeker not to cooperate with your staff over the phone than it is in person.

Listen to Matt Luttrell’s upbeat and positive approach for staying on topic and getting what you require. Matt will discuss how you can de-escalate difficult conversations in real time and how to increase job seekers’ co-operation while remaining calm.

The webinar will provide attendees with practical ideas to build their confidence and skills and to improve their success rates.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

  • Preparing the call ahead of time to assure the clarity of your message
  • Stress management techniques for centralised contact systems staff
  • De-escalating conversations with angry/agitated/confused job seekers
  • Techniques for sourcing the information from job seekers that providers need
  • After the horse has bolted – engaging and supporting job seekers who independently find work

FACILITATOR

Matt Luttrell

Matt Luttrell has over 15 years management experience that includes many years managing hotels in Melbourne and Geelong and a decade in employment services. Within employment services, Matt started his journey in recruitment, ending up in senior management positions where he developed an extensive network and is well regarded for building key stakeholder relationships within the industry. Matt lists his strengths as integrity, honesty and accuracy, all of which are critical components when building and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders.

COST

NESA Member

$ 60
00
per registrant
  • Prices are inclusive of GST
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Non-member

$ 75
00
per registrant
  • Prices are inclusive of GST
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OTHER

This live broadcast will include ample Q&A time and is expected to last approximately an hour. Registrants will receive a PDF copy of the presentation and a certificate on completion.

Oct
21
Wed
Increasing Indigenous Participation – Indigenous Cultural Awareness @ On line broadcast
Oct 21 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

NESA on line two part Coaching Program

Increasing Indigenous Participation - Indigenous Cultural Awareness

Wednesday 21 & 28 October 2020

Starts 12 noon AEDT (11.30am SA, 11am QLD, 10.30am NT and 9.00am in WA)

Target Group

All industry staff

Summary

Extensive cultural knowledge is not necessary in order to become culturally aware. A capacity to recognise that cultural difference exist, and to be open to learning from these differences is the bases of cultural awareness.

This Coaching program is designed to expand thinking and understanding about the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, its history and contemporary issues; and to facilitate understanding between staff and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.

You will be provided with historical legislative and policy development information, as it pertains to Australian Indigenous peoples, to increase understanding of how history relates to current Indigenous Australian socio economic status and behaviours.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

Over this two part series you will hear Jodi Sampson’s personal narrative and insight into people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background within the workplace, customer base and community.

Session one: Friday 25 September 2020 at 2pm AEST

  • Information required to better support Indigenous clients and community
  • Knowledge and understanding of the cultural and social history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the issues they face

Session two: Friday 2 October 2020 at 2pm AEST

  • Knowledge, skills and tools required for effective communication and service delivery to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Expected outcomes

  • Awareness and knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural issues and how they relate to your business, your job seekers and your employer placement and retention.
  • A practical understanding of how culture shapes our values, attitudes and behaviour.
  • Tools for staff who mentor, manage and work with Indigenous job seekers.
  • Insight into people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background within the workplace, customer base and community

Other

Each webinar session is expected to run for approximately 60 minutes including ample Q&A and discussion time.

A PDF copy of the presentation will be distributed to all registrants.

Once the series has been completed, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.

FACILITATOR

Jodi Sampson

Jodi is a proud Gomeroi Man from North-West NSW. Jodi was raised in ‘Two-Worlds’ in Moree and has an entrepreneurial spirit that runs deep, provides leadership, Coaching & Mentoring and role models the cultural values of his family and ancestors.
Jodi’s career spans across all levels of Government, Non-Government, Peak Bodies and Community-Based Organisations. Jodi’s engagement has seen him hold specialised roles and conducted cutting-edge strategic activities to provide access and participation of First Nation People to programs & opportunities that seemed unreachable.

COST

NESA Member

$ 120
00
per registrant
  • Prices are inclusive of GST
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Non-member

$ 150
00
per registrant
  • Prices are inclusive of GST
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Oct
22
Thu
Disability Awareness in Employment Service Delivery @ On line broadcast
Oct 22 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

NESA Webinar

Disability Awareness in Employment Service Delivery

Thursday 22 October 2020

12 noon AEDT (11.30am SA, 11.00am QLD, 10.30am NT and 9.00am WA)

Target Group

All Staff

Summary

Participants within Employment Services often present with disabilities, so understanding disability is imperative when providing a positive service experience.

Join Sharon Mamo as she provides you with an overview of the framework which supports inclusion of people with disability in Australia. Sharon will provide you with information and resources to help you understand the barriers experienced by your participants with disabilities, and identify ways in which you can assist them to manage their barriers.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the framework which supports people with disability in Australia
  • Develop an understanding of people with a disability registered with employment services
  • Using inclusive language
  • Understand the barriers experienced by people with a disability and learn to identify ways in which the barriers can be overcome

FACILITATOR

Sharon Mamo

Sharon is a qualified human services program designer and lecturer with many years of experience in Human Resources. For the last 5 years she has focused on researching and working with disengaged job seekers and their complex needs. Sharon combines clinical psychotherapy and professionalism with a natural and down-to-earth approach. Sharon is a qualified Drug and Alcohol Facilitator, Psychotherapist & Social Sciences Professional. She has worked as a psychotherapist in employment services for over almost a decade. As an expert in encouraging mandated and resistant clients to change, she keynotes at national conferences on topics of behavioural change, AOD, mental health and neuropsychotherapy.

COST

NESA Member

$ 60
00
per registrant
  • Prices are inclusive of GST
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Non-member

$ 75
00
per registrant
  • Prices are inclusive of GST
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OTHER

This live broadcast will include ample Q&A time. It is expected to run for no more than an hour. A PDF copy of the presentation will be distributed to all registrants, and certificate to all participants.

Motivating Resistant Job Seekers – Conversations About Change in Employment Services Delivery @ Online broadcast
Oct 22 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

NESA online 2 part Coaching Program

Motivating Resistant Job Seekers - Conversations About Change in Employment Services Delivery

Thursday 22 & 29 October 2020

Starts 3.00pm AEDT (2.30pm in SA, 2.00pm in QLD, 1.30pm in NT and 12 noon in WA)

Target Group

All front line staff

Summary

Lack of motivation is an increasingly difficult barrier to manage in employment services. The covid-19 pandemic, coupled with existing obstacles is affecting our jobseekers motivation to participate in activities and job search.
Working with resistance can take its toll on staff, it becomes tiresome and frustrating. Resistance can be intermittent or ingrained. This inflexible pattern of relating, perceiving and thinking, requires a different level of investment to get clients engaged, focused and moving into employment.

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT

This 2 part online coaching program will build a framework to engage and motivate resistant clients. It will  provide you with the motivational interviewing skills to engage resistant clients, and to inspire motivation and enthusiasm.
Hear about the framework and tools, in order to achieve outcomes and to retain a positive attitude in an ever changing and demanding industry. Focusing on client accountability, the skills will enable you to encourage clients to take personal responsibility whilst stimulating motivation. Instead of struggling when confronted by resistant, you will be able adapt a more constructive method in achieving outcomes.

The coaching program is a necessity for all front line staff and management.

Expected outcomes

  • Understand the reasons for resistance
  • Understand the Stages of Change and how they apply to employment Services
  • Learn motivational interviewing techniques
  •  Learn the importance of deliberate and collaborative conversations about change – Targeted questions to elicit change
  • Learn effective ways to resolve discrepancy and ambivalence
  • Acquire skills in effective goal setting and change measurement

Other

Each webinar session is expected to run for approximately 60 minutes including ample Q&A and discussion time.

A PDF copy of the presentation will be distributed to all registrants.

Once the series has been completed, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion.

FACILITATOR

Sharon Mamo

Sharon is a qualified human services program designer and lecturer with many years of experience in Human Resources. For the last 5 years she has focused on researching and working with disengaged job seekers and their complex needs. Sharon combines clinical psychotherapy and professionalism with a natural and down-to-earth approach. Sharon is a qualified Drug and Alcohol Facilitator, Psychotherapist & Social Sciences Professional. She has worked as a psychotherapist in employment services for many years. As an expert in encouraging mandated and resistant clients to change, she keynotes at national conferences on topics of behavioural change, AOD, mental health and neuropsychotherapy.

COST

NESA Member

$ 120
00
per registrant
  • Prices are inclusive of GST
REGISTER NOW

Non-member

$ 150
00
per registrant
  • Prices are inclusive of GST
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