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  • Representing children in legal proceedings (Free Webinar)

    The legal representation of vulnerable children is arguably one of the most critical roles played by lawyers in the family and child protection legal systems. Child representatives play a vital role in facilitating the participation of the child, gathering evidence and focusing courts and parties on the views of the children who are the subject […]

  • Working Relationally with Conflicted Couple Relationships: Stephen Madigan

    For the first time in Canberra,  Relationships Australia Canberra & Region welcomes internationally acclaimed narrative therapy specialist, Stephen Madigan. Stephen is leading a two day intimate Masterclass, Working Relationally with Conflicted Couple Relationships, on Thursday 5 and Friday 6 November 2015.

  • Our eLearning System Gets a Facelift

    We’re pleased to announce that our eLearning system has a fresh new look and feel. The system has been redesigned with simplicity and usability in mind.

  • Student Training Clinic Returns

    Our Student Training Clinic is back! The Clinic offers 4 free fortnightly counselling sessions (individual or couples counselling) conducted by our student counsellors in their final stages of training at the Institute.

  • Workforce Development in Focus: Skills to COPE at Work

    By 2018, one in four jobs will be in the community services and health sectors. That’s an estimated 229,400 new jobs to be created in these industries over the next three years. These are some of the latest statistics to come out of the Community Services & Health Industry Skills Council’s 2015 EScan. With such rapid growth set to occur, it is more important than ever for community organisations to ensure they are recruiting and maintaining an effective workforce.

  • Student Profile: Rosalie O’Connor

    After a 14 year career as a primary school teacher, Rosalie O’Connor felt that her life needed to take a new direction. She returned to university to pursue her PhD, but ultimately felt she needed to be doing something more practical rather than theoretical. Her interest in community services developed after volunteering for a project that worked with families experiencing domestic and family violence issues, and she looked for a way to continue that work professionally. Here’s her story…

  • Pathways Forum 2015: “Conflict, Trauma & Everything in Between”

    On Friday 8 May 2015, the South Australian Family Law Pathways Forum held its annual conference, “Conflict, Trauma and Everything in Between”, at the Hotel Chancellor on Hindley Street to great success once again.

  • Training Delivery Information Sessions

    There has never been a better time to update your skills or gain vocational education and training qualifications. For more information about our qualifications, join us for one of our information sessions:

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