1 April 2015 | General Interest
SNAICC is seeking expressions of interest from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations to host a number of subsidised, two-day, train-the-trainer workshops about how to use the Through Young Black Eyes Workshop Kit.
This project will have the overarching goal of supporting healing from – and the prevention of – family violence, child abuse, and neglect. Furthermore, each workshop will aim to support the building of child-safe communities and organisations. To do this, the project will aim to build the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workforce’s capacity to use SNAICC’s Through Young Black Eyes Workshop Kit.
SNAICC requires hosts for a small number of workshops to be held before 30 June 2015, as well as a number of workshops in the July-December 2015 period. Workshop locations and hosts will be decided by SNAICC. For a more detailed outline of the selection criteria and process download the expression of interest form.
If you’d like to discuss the project further please contact SNAICC Senior Training Administrator Alice Davis on 03 9489 8099 or at email@example.com.