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Jan
21
Mon
PEER SUPPORT TRAINING PROGRAM
Jan 21 @ 9:30 am – 4:00 pm

CYRENIAN HOUSE is excited to announce the next round of our award-winning PEER SUPPORT PLUS training program. Trained volunteer Peer Support Workers use their lived experience to inspire hope in others whilst supporting their own recovery journey.

Please click in the following link to download the Training Information Flyer

PSP Training Recruitment Flyer

Please click the following link to download the Application form

PSP Training Application 

What are the benefits of being a Peer Support Worker?

  •  Receive on-going support through peers and staff.
  • Certificate of completion.
  • Have access to on-going training opportunities and supervision.
  • Gain work skills and work experience

What do Peer Support Workers do?

  • Create a safe recovery environment in which to:
  • Co-facilitate our new Peer Support Recovery Group and existing groups.
  • Co-facilitate engagement in community activities and events.
  • Develop on-going skills to support self and others.

Eligibility:

  • Lived experience of own alcohol & other drug (AOD) use & recovery , or of another person’s (as carer), and have been a Cyrenian House service consumer.
  •  Stable in personal recovery.
  •  Former residential consumers to be a minimum 3 to 6 months out of TC and abstinent from AOD use. Non-residential consumers to be minimum 9 to 12months abstinent from AOD use.
  •  Non-judgmental and open to different approaches to AOD recovery.
  •  Works comfortably in a group environment.

Commitment: 

This is a voluntary role and can require up to 3-4 hours a week of your time on agreed rostered days. Minimum commitment of 6 months to the role is preferable.

Course dates:
January: 9th, 11th, 16th, 18th, 21st & 23rd (6 days over 2 weeks, 9:30am to 4pm), at 318 Fitzgerald St, North Perth.

Info session:

Friday 7th December, 9:30am. Come have a chat with the facilitators to see if this program is for you

Applications:

Applications close 5pm, Friday 14th December. For an application form or more info email enquiry@cyrenianhouse.com or contact Vanessa on 9328 9200.

 

Jan
23
Wed
PEER SUPPORT TRAINING PROGRAM
Jan 23 @ 9:30 am – 4:00 pm

CYRENIAN HOUSE is excited to announce the next round of our award-winning PEER SUPPORT PLUS training program. Trained volunteer Peer Support Workers use their lived experience to inspire hope in others whilst supporting their own recovery journey.

Please click in the following link to download the Training Information Flyer

PSP Training Recruitment Flyer

Please click the following link to download the Application form

PSP Training Application 

What are the benefits of being a Peer Support Worker?

  •  Receive on-going support through peers and staff.
  • Certificate of completion.
  • Have access to on-going training opportunities and supervision.
  • Gain work skills and work experience

What do Peer Support Workers do?

  • Create a safe recovery environment in which to:
  • Co-facilitate our new Peer Support Recovery Group and existing groups.
  • Co-facilitate engagement in community activities and events.
  • Develop on-going skills to support self and others.

Eligibility:

  • Lived experience of own alcohol & other drug (AOD) use & recovery , or of another person’s (as carer), and have been a Cyrenian House service consumer.
  •  Stable in personal recovery.
  •  Former residential consumers to be a minimum 3 to 6 months out of TC and abstinent from AOD use. Non-residential consumers to be minimum 9 to 12months abstinent from AOD use.
  •  Non-judgmental and open to different approaches to AOD recovery.
  •  Works comfortably in a group environment.

Commitment: 

This is a voluntary role and can require up to 3-4 hours a week of your time on agreed rostered days. Minimum commitment of 6 months to the role is preferable.

Course dates:
January: 9th, 11th, 16th, 18th, 21st & 23rd (6 days over 2 weeks, 9:30am to 4pm), at 318 Fitzgerald St, North Perth.

Info session:

Friday 7th December, 9:30am. Come have a chat with the facilitators to see if this program is for you

Applications:

Applications close 5pm, Friday 14th December. For an application form or more info email enquiry@cyrenianhouse.com or contact Vanessa on 9328 9200.

 

Jan
24
Thu
AOD FREE TRAINING PROGRAM
Jan 24 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

A free, intensive training package that will run one day per week. Following the training, you will be offered a one-week placement across Cyrenian House sites.

You will receive ongoing clinical supervision, guidance and support so you will be able to effectively and holistically treat your consumers. Develop core skills, knowledge and confidence.

As a worker in a non AOD Community service, you will advance your skills to become the ‘AOD Champion’ for your agency and be able to offer support to other workers as well as expanding the capacity for care in your agency.

Please click in the following link to download the Training Information Flyer – CyrenianHouse Training Information Flyer

You will be able to:

  • Have a better understanding of AOD
  • Support consumers presenting with AOD issues
  • Assess needs of consumers
  • Treat presenting issues
  • Have a wider knowledge of other agencies and referral pathways
  • Develop networks and working relationships topics that will be covered:
  • Aetiology and epidemiology of drug use
  • Drug categories and their effects
  • Dependence and addiction
  • Models of addiction behaviour
  • Raising the issue and assessment
  • Motivational interventions
  • Problem solving and goal setting
  • Giving up
  • Relapse
  • Pharmacotherapy
  • Brief intervention and harm reduction o
  • Overview of services and referral options

Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drug.

Upon completion of the training you will be eligible for assessment for a Certificate IV in AOD from North Metro TAFE.

 How do I register?

Registrations have now closed.

 

Jan
31
Thu
AOD FREE TRAINING PROGRAM
Jan 31 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

A free, intensive training package that will run one day per week. Following the training, you will be offered a one-week placement across Cyrenian House sites.

You will receive ongoing clinical supervision, guidance and support so you will be able to effectively and holistically treat your consumers. Develop core skills, knowledge and confidence.

As a worker in a non AOD Community service, you will advance your skills to become the ‘AOD Champion’ for your agency and be able to offer support to other workers as well as expanding the capacity for care in your agency.

Please click in the following link to download the Training Information Flyer – CyrenianHouse Training Information Flyer

You will be able to:

  • Have a better understanding of AOD
  • Support consumers presenting with AOD issues
  • Assess needs of consumers
  • Treat presenting issues
  • Have a wider knowledge of other agencies and referral pathways
  • Develop networks and working relationships topics that will be covered:
  • Aetiology and epidemiology of drug use
  • Drug categories and their effects
  • Dependence and addiction
  • Models of addiction behaviour
  • Raising the issue and assessment
  • Motivational interventions
  • Problem solving and goal setting
  • Giving up
  • Relapse
  • Pharmacotherapy
  • Brief intervention and harm reduction o
  • Overview of services and referral options

Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drug.

Upon completion of the training you will be eligible for assessment for a Certificate IV in AOD from North Metro TAFE.

 How do I register?

Registrations have now closed.

 

Feb
7
Thu
AOD FREE TRAINING PROGRAM
Feb 7 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

A free, intensive training package that will run one day per week. Following the training, you will be offered a one-week placement across Cyrenian House sites.

You will receive ongoing clinical supervision, guidance and support so you will be able to effectively and holistically treat your consumers. Develop core skills, knowledge and confidence.

As a worker in a non AOD Community service, you will advance your skills to become the ‘AOD Champion’ for your agency and be able to offer support to other workers as well as expanding the capacity for care in your agency.

Please click in the following link to download the Training Information Flyer – CyrenianHouse Training Information Flyer

You will be able to:

  • Have a better understanding of AOD
  • Support consumers presenting with AOD issues
  • Assess needs of consumers
  • Treat presenting issues
  • Have a wider knowledge of other agencies and referral pathways
  • Develop networks and working relationships topics that will be covered:
  • Aetiology and epidemiology of drug use
  • Drug categories and their effects
  • Dependence and addiction
  • Models of addiction behaviour
  • Raising the issue and assessment
  • Motivational interventions
  • Problem solving and goal setting
  • Giving up
  • Relapse
  • Pharmacotherapy
  • Brief intervention and harm reduction o
  • Overview of services and referral options

Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drug.

Upon completion of the training you will be eligible for assessment for a Certificate IV in AOD from North Metro TAFE.

 How do I register?

Registrations have now closed.

 

Feb
14
Thu
AOD FREE TRAINING PROGRAM
Feb 14 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

A free, intensive training package that will run one day per week. Following the training, you will be offered a one-week placement across Cyrenian House sites.

You will receive ongoing clinical supervision, guidance and support so you will be able to effectively and holistically treat your consumers. Develop core skills, knowledge and confidence.

As a worker in a non AOD Community service, you will advance your skills to become the ‘AOD Champion’ for your agency and be able to offer support to other workers as well as expanding the capacity for care in your agency.

Please click in the following link to download the Training Information Flyer – CyrenianHouse Training Information Flyer

You will be able to:

  • Have a better understanding of AOD
  • Support consumers presenting with AOD issues
  • Assess needs of consumers
  • Treat presenting issues
  • Have a wider knowledge of other agencies and referral pathways
  • Develop networks and working relationships topics that will be covered:
  • Aetiology and epidemiology of drug use
  • Drug categories and their effects
  • Dependence and addiction
  • Models of addiction behaviour
  • Raising the issue and assessment
  • Motivational interventions
  • Problem solving and goal setting
  • Giving up
  • Relapse
  • Pharmacotherapy
  • Brief intervention and harm reduction o
  • Overview of services and referral options

Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drug.

Upon completion of the training you will be eligible for assessment for a Certificate IV in AOD from North Metro TAFE.

 How do I register?

Registrations have now closed.

 

Feb
21
Thu
AOD FREE TRAINING PROGRAM
Feb 21 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

A free, intensive training package that will run one day per week. Following the training, you will be offered a one-week placement across Cyrenian House sites.

You will receive ongoing clinical supervision, guidance and support so you will be able to effectively and holistically treat your consumers. Develop core skills, knowledge and confidence.

As a worker in a non AOD Community service, you will advance your skills to become the ‘AOD Champion’ for your agency and be able to offer support to other workers as well as expanding the capacity for care in your agency.

Please click in the following link to download the Training Information Flyer – CyrenianHouse Training Information Flyer

You will be able to:

  • Have a better understanding of AOD
  • Support consumers presenting with AOD issues
  • Assess needs of consumers
  • Treat presenting issues
  • Have a wider knowledge of other agencies and referral pathways
  • Develop networks and working relationships topics that will be covered:
  • Aetiology and epidemiology of drug use
  • Drug categories and their effects
  • Dependence and addiction
  • Models of addiction behaviour
  • Raising the issue and assessment
  • Motivational interventions
  • Problem solving and goal setting
  • Giving up
  • Relapse
  • Pharmacotherapy
  • Brief intervention and harm reduction o
  • Overview of services and referral options

Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drug.

Upon completion of the training you will be eligible for assessment for a Certificate IV in AOD from North Metro TAFE.

 How do I register?

Registrations have now closed.