Information Sessions, Wellbeing Resources

Program Description

CatholicCare can provide resources to facilitate wellbeing and information sessions (such as on mandated reporting) to a range of staff, or we can facilitate training in-house or at workplaces.

This would aid in their professional development and would enhance wellbeing of both facilitators and participants. To build on skills learned, webinars can be made available post-sessions. These can be tied to simple assessments or participation logs.

We have experience delivering webinars and online tutorials. These can be coordinated with regular professional learning sessions throughout the year, and can also be targeted for specific employee groups.

Wellbeing Webinars, tutorials and information packs can be made available on our website and we can tailor these to specific cohorts on request such as those aimed at the families of staff to give them an idea of what their family members do at work.

This would be particularly beneficial for families of senior staff, social workers, psychologists and other health professionals or even emergency workers.

All of the normally face-to-face services can be offered via telephone or video calling (for example Microsoft Teams or Zoom). CatholicCare staff currently use Teams for internal communications, and are proficient using other video calling platforms, if needed.

Please tell us the best time to call you.

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Information Sessions, Wellbeing Resources

Program Description

CatholicCare can provide resources to facilitate wellbeing and information sessions (such as on mandated reporting) to a range of staff, or we can facilitate training in-house or at workplaces.

This would aid in their professional development and would enhance wellbeing of both facilitators and participants. To build on skills learned, webinars can be made available post-sessions. These can be tied to simple assessments or participation logs.

We have experience delivering webinars and online tutorials. These can be coordinated with regular professional learning sessions throughout the year, and can also be targeted for specific employee groups.

Wellbeing Webinars, tutorials and information packs can be made available on our website and we can tailor these to specific cohorts on request such as those aimed at the families of staff to give them an idea of what their family members do at work.

This would be particularly beneficial for families of senior staff, social workers, psychologists and other health professionals or even emergency workers.

All of the normally face-to-face services can be offered via telephone or video calling (for example Microsoft Teams or Zoom). CatholicCare staff currently use Teams for internal communications, and are proficient using other video calling platforms, if needed.

Please tell us the best time to call you.

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