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Networking sessions 2018


Consumer Networking – April 2018

QDN educators discuss NDIS

This month we are very pleased to be partnering with Queenslanders with Disability Network (QDN) for this consumer networking session. Join us for an overview of the NDIS, lead by QDN. During this session you will have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have about the NDIS, and how to access services. QDN has kindly offered to host this session in their offices in Spring Hill.

Time permitting, we will also hold our regular consumer representative networking. During these networking sessions experienced or emerging consumer representatives can discuss what they’ve been up to, and put questions to the group for workshopping solutions.

Afternoon tea will be served, so make sure you let us know about any dietary requirements you have as you register.

Time: 12:30pm – 2:30pm, Tuesday 24 April

Venue: Queenslanders with Disability Network, 338 Turbot St, Spring Hill

 

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Training


Consumer training: Fundamentals of partnering with consumers

We will be offering our consumer training sessions again in 2018.


Staff Training: Partnering with Consumers

Throughout 2018 Health Consumers Queensland will be delivering this training package for Queensland Health staff. Queensland Health staff are welcome to register one of these monthly sessions via our online booking page.

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Graduate Certificate in Consumer and Community Engagement

Health Consumers Queensland is now offering the nationally accredited course, Graduate Certificate in Consumer and Community Engagement (Code 10164NAT)

We are pleased to offer this course once again in 2018.

The course dates are: Monday 30 April, Tuesday 1 May, and Monday 14 May, Tuesday 15 May

The venue is: ILP Learning Hub, 17 Gould Road, Herston Qld 4006

Applying for the course: applications can be made via the online portal.

Course content

Graduate Certificate in Consumer and Community Engagement consists of four units:

  • Manage operations within a consumer and community engagement framework
  • Support consumer and community engagement planning
  • Lead the implementation of organisational consumer and community engagement
  • Manage and develop systems and structures for consumer and community engagement

Delivery mode

Graduate Certificate in Consumer and Community Engagement is delivered as a 4 day face to face program. To gain competency, participants are required to undertake additional self-directed activities and complete work-based assessment tasks.

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Consumer Training via Webinar

We will continue to offer webinar training throughout the year. Please stay in touch with upcoming sessions via our eAlerts.

New to webinars? Request a copy of Beginner’s Guide to Webinars via consumer@hcq.org.au