True Colours: Introduction to LGBTIQ-inclusive practice online course

Posted: 11/05/2023

The Introduction to LGBTIQ-inclusive Practice online course has been superseded by Rainbow Health Australia’s new online course titled ‘True Colours: Introduction to LGBTIQ-inclusive Practice. To access this new online course, please contact Rainbow Health Australia (rainbowhealthaus@latrobe.edu.au, (03) 9479 8700). Innovative Resources values the opportunity…

Power-with: a core element of the strengths approach

Posted: 23/03/2023

In this course you will be provided with a short introduction to a Strengths Approach to Practice, to set the scene for exploration and reflection of the conscious and sub-conscious uses of power, and discover ways of taking a more ‘power-with’ approach to your…

Five column tool – a strengths-based conversation recording tool.

Posted: 23/03/2023

This course is a short entree into Strengths Approach to Practice and provides: a practical tool to be able to immediately apply to your work as a strengths-based practitioner a short introduction into what working in a strengths-based way means an appetite to learning more about…

Short introduction to the strengths approach

Posted: 23/03/2023

Strengths-based practice is about working respectfully with people. This course is a short entree into Strengths Approach to Practice and provides a concise summary of the fundamentals of the strengths approach. By the end of the course you will: * have an overview of the key…

PREMIUM Strengths approach to practice – course bundle

Posted: 23/03/2023

This PREMIUM Strengths approach to practice course will help you build the skills to support others to identify, celebrate and mobilise their strengths. Why is this useful? When people are aware of their strengths and resources, they are much more likely to feel empowered to…

Strengths approach to client-centred recording

Posted: 23/03/2023

What if recording the work with clients became an empowering part of the work? This short course includes: traditional vs strengths-based records the power dynamics: what’s included in a record, the ‘story’ it tells, and who owns it tools for client-owned recording setting up…

Strengths approach to practice

Posted: 20/09/2019

Everyone has strengths. Our qualities, capacities, relationships, values, stories, experiences, skills and material resources can all be strengths. But ‘The Problem’ can easily be experienced as all-consuming, keeping clients and services alike stuck and creating barriers to change. Strengths-based practice focusses squarely on identifying, mobilising and celebrating…

Strengths approach to challenging conversations 

Posted: 14/05/2019

Social workers, teachers, counsellors, and other human service workers often support individuals or families who are facing very difficult circumstances—and challenging conversations can be part of the work. Have you ever had a conversation that didn’t go the way you’d hoped? Ever wished you’d…

Stepping into supervision: a strengths approach

Posted: 30/04/2019

Strengths-based supervision creates a dynamic partnership of practice reflection and learning, with benefits flowing directly to clients. In this comprehensive course you will: explore the principles, purpose and processes of strengths-based supervision review some definitions and models of supervision learn how to create supervision…