The following virtual events and activities are now available to book - please scroll down for additional information:
- 12 Week Club Renovation Toolkit Training - Inclusion Solutions (15 June 2020)
- NDIS Sessions & Activities - Mission Australia (11 May - 25 June 2020)
- NDIS Peer Support Network - Mission Australia (12 June 2020)
- Youth Disability Advocacy Network - The UNLEASHED Project and further training opportunities (June onwards . . . )
- Alzheimer's WA - Dementia Advisory Service & Adjusting to Change (June onwards . . . )
For questions relating to the following webinar training or more specific access requirements, please contact the City of Canning - Disability Access & Social Inclusion Officer on (08) 6350 7229.
12-Week Club Renovation Toolkit Training – Creating Innovators from Renovators . . .
The City of Canning has partnered with Inclusion Solutions to bring to our local clubs and groups FREE
capacity building webinar training - please register your interest by Monday - 15 June 2020.
We have an amazing opportunity for our community groups, sporting and recreational clubs within the City of Canning to undertake the new “12 Week Club Renovation Toolkit
This valuable training will give our local groups the tools to renovate their strategies and become innovators in the community. The Club Renovation Toolkit is a 12-week program that teaches community groups, sporting and recreational clubs strategies and skills to improve how they operate and provide opportunities for people.
The training is limited to 20 clubs within the City of Canning and these clubs will have access to two Zoom links for key club members to utilise. These members will also be invited to join a closed Facebook group to connect with other participating clubs.
The twelve week program covers the following topics
Included in this program are three bonus skill building sessions that cover
- Club attitudes
- Values, Mission & Vision
- Unlocking Assets
- Creating Opportunities
- Providing Choice to members & Volunteers
- Effective Communication
- Creating Positive Partnerships
- Future Proofing
- Understanding your facebook analytics
- Developing promotional materials
- Utilising email automation
Participants will be sent resources after each webinar, as well as a link to download, to share with other key club members.
Registration must be completed by 15 June 2020
as the training will commence on the 22
To register your interest, please go directly to the Inclusion Solutions
website and complete the registration form.
Please feel free to share this email and if you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact Leesa at the City of Canning or Kiri from Inclusion Solutions on email@example.com
For further information on this FREE
training, please follow the attached link - 12 Week Club Renovation Toolkit - Information
NDIS Sessions & Activities - Mission Australia
Mission Australia will be running several session and activities as follows:
- Understanding the NDIS
- Preparing for Planning
- Plan Implementation Group Sessions
For further informaiton please view the attacehd flyer - NDIS-Community-Engagement-Awareness-Sessioins-(Mission-Australia)_1
NDIS Peer Support Network - Mission Australia
Mission Australia is starting a new NDIS Peer Support Network for people who live in the City of Canning, or surrounding areas.
Join in for a virtual chat and cuppa - this will be a safe place to connect with other people in your neighbourhood, learn about the great things happening near you and provide you an opportunity to share your experiences with others about your NDIS journey (amongst many other things!).
Date: Friday 12 June, 2020 (10am) - online.
For further information please follow the link - NDIS-Peer-Support-Network-Invitation-June
Youth Disability Advocacy Network (YDAN) - Training Opportunities
(June onwards . . . )
The Youth Disability Advocacy Network (YDAN) would like to share with you inform on their new exciting entrepreneurship, employment, and public speaking training programs for Young People With Disability (YPWD), called UNLEASHED
training program will build upon the successes, ideas, and principles of similar successful programs run by LGA's and disability inclusion organisations. Our specialist training facilitators, external experts, and volunteers will themselves have lived experience with a disability or access need. The program will be open and highly inclusive of young people in minority groups, who may not have access to similar training opportunities.
Just over a week ago, YDAN released a survey to better understand the specific areas YPWD would like to gain confidence in, as well as to understand the most significant barriers to employment they face due to workplaces lack of knowledge on disability. We are asking that:
- Any Australian, of any age, with a disability fill in our survey, to let us know what they would’ve loved to have seen in a training program when they were younger, based on their experience with disability and barriers to employment;
- Young people with disability (YPWD, aka prospective participants) aged 14-25, to let us know what they want to see in a program like UNLEASHED; and
- Lastly, YPWD interested in participating in our project fill out our expression of interest built into the survey.
The brilliant team of trainers in UNLEASHED
will use this survey information to tailor their content in order to be as relevant and useful as possible to the Western Australian community. To access the survey and complete your expression on interest in participating in this project, please register at the following link: https://bit.ly/3fFGXai
Further details and contact information for YDAN - The-YDAN-Team-Unleashed_1
Alzheimer's WA - Dementia Advisory Service & Adjusting to Change
Alzheimers WA is committed to supporting you and your family through these challenging times.
The Dementia Advisory Service is one of the ways to provide that support and the Alzheimers team can make an appointment to chat over the phone or via video call (which ever you prefer). The team is available to offer support and to also link you with other services that may be suitable for you and your family.
The valuable 'Adjusting to Change' program is now delivered via video call over a six week period and will provide relevant information, emotional support and practical assistance for people in the early stage of dementia and their support person (family member or friend).
For further information please see the attached flyers - Dementia-Advisory-Service-Flyer