Cultural Awareness Training (AOD Focus) 2019
The ‘Cultural Awareness Training (CAT)’ course is part of the Primary Health Tasmania ‘wungana makuminya’ project. To ensure equity of access to organisations across the state, the Drug Education Network (DEN) is currently accepting expressions of interest (EOI) for the last funded positions on this course. The eligibility criteria for the limited number of funded places are addressed in the EOI.
About the course:
The one day (6.5 hours) training is an interactive presentation for people wanting to find out about the Tasmanian Aboriginal story.
This course looks at the impact of colonisation and discusses the historical account of Tasmanian history during and post invasion and finishes with a look at the contemporary Tasmanian Aboriginal community with a focus on Alcohol and other drug issues.
15 March – Launceston
9 May – North West
Expressions of interest are open from 18 January and until the funded positions have been allocated. DEN will discuss eligibility with those who apply and confirmation details will be sent to those who are allocated a funded place.
To register your expression of interest, , click here