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Know Injury Events and Training

 

This calendar provides a list of upcoming Know Injury events and training.

Event

Date

Time

Location

Community Engagement for Local Governments Workshop 1: Wednesday 27 March

Workshop 2: Wednesday 1 May

9.00am-12.30pm Bendat Community Centre, 36 Dodd St Wembley Join Know Injury for the “Community Engagement for Local Governments’ workshop as we discuss:

  • What is community engagement
  • What are the key elements to consider when planning engagement?
  • Tools and techniques
  • Emerging models for engagement
  • Engaging with hard to reach communities
  • Resources

This workshop will be delivered by Joel Levin from Aha! Consulting who has over 20 years’ experience working across Australia in a broad range of sectors.  His organisational, engagement and facilitation skills stem from a background in counselling, training, community work and senior management.

The Know Injury program is provided by Injury Matters in partnership with the Department of Health WA.

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Preventing road crashes and injuries among young drivers Tuesday 14 May 9.00am-11.00am Bendat Community Centre, Wembley or via webinar Join Know Injury for the Youth Injury Prevention Seminars as our panel of experts discuss ‘Preventing self-harm in young people’, ‘Preventing road crashes and injuries among young drivers’, and ‘Preventing alcohol-related injuries and harm among young people’.  Keynote presentations will be delivered from research, policy and practice perspectives.  Each seminar will focus on how research and data can be understood and applied to inform policy and program development and strategies to prevent harm and injuries in youth in Western Australia.

The Know Injury program is provided by Injury Matters in partnership with the Department of Health WA.

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Aboriginal Program Evaluation in Practice Wednesday 29 May 9.00am-11.00am Bendat Community Centre, Wembley or via webinar Join Know Injury for the Aboriginal Program Evaluation in Practice Seminar as our panel of experts discuss how to evaluate Aboriginal programs.
The seminar will be a practical focus on evaluation within Aboriginal communities including strategies/methods, resources, tools and case studies.
The seminar aims to:
– Increase awareness of evaluation practice within Aboriginal Communities in Western Australia;
– Increase knowledge of evaluation strategies/methods for Aboriginal communities;
– Increase knowledge of evaluation tools for Aboriginal communities
– Create an opportunity to share knowledge and network .

The Know Injury program is provided by Injury Matters in partnership with the Department of Health WA.

Register here