We provide training to practitioners working across the child, mental health and drug and alcohol sectors plus those working directly in the non-government sector providing family support.
Practitioners who train in the PuP program have diverse backgrounds. Some have formal qualifications in social work, psychology or related fields. Others come with experience in community agencies and community work. Training in the PuP program builds on practitioner skill sets and can be tailored in the latter stages of training for particular organisational needs.
Training takes place in small groups and can be provided either ONLINE, Face to Face or a combination of both – our HYBRID option.
We begin with two days (approx 6 hours) that introduces practitioners to the Integrated Theoretical Framework and PuP program logic. The following 5 seminars across 8 months build on this with an emphasis on application of the PuP program and case discussion. There is the option of building into the training model Development Days taking place each year.
For ONLINE delivery we can use either ZOOM or MS TEAMS. This is particularly helpful for agencies where the PuP program is already established and new practitioners join the team.
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