This interactive workshop has been developed for workers to develop an understanding of their Duty of Care and Dignity of Risk within their organisation and in the delivery of a service to clients.
The workshop will provide opportunity for workers to discuss the importance of implementing Duty of Care in a variety of service models. Activities and group work within the workshop will allow the workers to explore and develop skills and increase their knowledge with Dignity of Risk. That risk is an essential aspect of life and it should not be denied.
Participants on successful completion of this workshop will:
- develop an understanding of his or her Duty of Care within the workplace and what the law imposes as Duty of Care on everyone;
- develop an understanding of other Duty of Care considerations whilst providing a service within the health and community service sector;
- develop an understanding of the delicate balance between a number legislations;
- learn how to report Duty of Care issues with your supervisor;
- learn about how Duty of Care encompasses the rights of a person to self-determined independence and dignity ;
- develop an understanding of Dignity of Risk, why is Dignity of Risk important, explore the barriers and how to promote Dignity of Risk.
TARGET GROUP: All workers
FACILITATOR: Robert has experience in community programs, risk management, injury management and has incorporated his extensive skills into this program which will further strengthen the learning outcomes for all participants. Rob is also an approved training provider by SafeWork NSW and a qualified assessor and trainer.
We do travel outside Hunter & Central Coast area so please contact BTG to discuss.....