Do you want to be part of building a healthy future for the Community Services and Health industries? Are you interested in obtaining a nationally recognised VET Qualification? The Australian Institute of Social Relations (AISR) is offering a Certificate III in Community Services Work for VET in Schools for year 11 and 12 students in 2016.
There has never been a better time to update your skills or gain vocational education and training qualifications. For more information about our qualifications and courses, join us at our information session 16 November, 6-8pm at the Institute, 49a Orsmond Street, Hindmarsh.
Relationships Australia SA received the 2015 NAPCAN – National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect – South Australian Play Your Part Award for our Infant Massage Programs on Thursday 10 September.
Our Child Focused Practice online program was launched at Hindmarsh on Wednesday, 9 September. There were fifty people in attendance including, and most importantly, children.
The language may be different but the risks to families after separation are not, according to a recent workshop in Norway led by the Australian Institute of Social Relations. Invited to present at the annual conference of Norwegian Forensic Psychologists, Dr Claire Ralfs and Dr Jamie Lee led a two-day workshop showing how Family Law DOORS could have a place in promoting safety Norway.
What comes to mind when we think of first aid; CPR, or attending to minor workplace injuries? But, what would you do if your faced with not a minor cut, but someone having a panic attack, behaving aggressively (perhaps because of alcohol or drugs), or appearing suicidal? Is there any training to help deal with […]
At the Australian Institute of Social Relations, we are committed to providing quality professional education, a culture of continuous improvement, evidence-based service delivery and responsiveness to the needs of our students and the community. Therefore, each of our training programs follow a relevant pre, post or follow-up evaluation process to ensure the quality of the […]
Our COPE Workforce Development courses are back for semester 2 and ready for registrations! Workers who need to develop or build upon certain skills as part of their work or community contribution will find these courses highly beneficial. They are mainly geared towards the community services and health sector, but can be applied to other sectors or volunteer situations.