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You're invited to WellSkills 2016
ACWA's QLD/NT Branch cordially invite you to attend the professional development day, WellSkills 2016. This year’s theme is: Community Development – ‘How to make those connections’.

The day will feature a number of learning opportunities centred on the theme including two guest speakers, Professor Mark Hughes and Suzanne Longly.

When and where
Saturday June 4, 2016
10am to 3pm
Southern Cross University, Bilinga Qld

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ACWA BLOG
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Embracing technology in a people-centred profession
Community work, at heart, is about people. The resilience of the community work profession amongst increasing numbers of automated jobs is that technology can never replace the work of a counsellor, child protection practitioner or support worker. That said, technology can be used to enhance our practice and efficiency as well as increase the accessibility of existing services.

Websites and online search directories are used to great success in helping providers engage with clients and connect them with relevant services. User friendly and easy to keep up to date, most practitioners will already be well aware (and their workplaces listed) of the directories specific to their service area.
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