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Know Injury Events and Training

Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Awards 

Nominations for the 2017 Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Awards are now open.  Download your nomination form here.  Applications close 29 September.

 

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

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Date

Time

Location

Description

Registration

How to Show Your Impact Using Surveys Thursday 31 August 2017 8:30am-12:30pm City West Lotteries House or via webinar Are you looking for a way to measure your impact and evaluate your program? Do you need to identify the needs of your target group? This half-day workshop will give you the skills you need to design and administer a survey. The workshop will take you through the survey process from beginning to end, including how to report the results of your survey. Real world examples will be used to illustrate workshop content. This workshop is presented by leading evaluation consultant, Dr Stacey Waters, who has extensive government and private sector experience designing and implementing program interventions and evaluations, including surveys. Click here to register
Older Adult Injuries: The Incidence and Cost of Injury in WA Thursday 7 September 2017 9:00am-10:00am (light refreshments to follow) Grace Vaughan House Lecture Theatre, 227 Stubbs Terrace, Shenton Park or via video conference Please join us for the latest in our series of seminars detailing components of the Department of Health’s report, Incidence and Cost of Injury in Western Australia 2012. This briefing will provide an expert analysis of the impact of injuries sustained by older adults in WA, including health sector costs, long-term care costs, loss of paid productivity and loss of quality of life. The briefing will also be available via video conference. Click here to register
Reducing Alcohol-Related Harm in Your Local Government Area Thursday 26 October 2017 9:00am-12:00pm Public Health Advocacy Institute of WA, 6 Sarich Way, Bentley Do you need help to reduce alcohol-related harm in your local government area? Would you like to hear how other local governments and organisations are tackling alcohol-related harm? Join us at our upcoming forum describing the role of local governments in reducing alcohol-related harm and learn more about topics such as local public health plans, sponsorship of festivals, reducing alcohol-related violence, using local data, reducing alcohol promotion in local sports, and alcohol advertising. This forum is suitable for local government managers and officers in the areas of environmental health, community safety, community development, and health promotion. The seminar will not specifically address the needs of local government planners. General Admission $20
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Social Marketing and Behaviour Change Series: Workshop 1: Social Marketing Principles and Practice Thursday 9 November General Admission

8.30am-12.30pm

Webinar

8.30am-10.30am

Bendat Community Centre, Wembley or via webinar Social marketing uses the techniques of commercial marketing, focusing on what your audience wants rather than needs, to encourage healthier and safer behaviours.  Presented by Rob Donovan, the  half-day workshop will take you through the principles and practice of social marketing.The workshop will explore real world examples and also give you the opportunity to workshop your own ideas and priorities- so bring along your project and utilise the expertise in the room.  You will walk away from the workshop with simple, practical marketing activities and ideas that can inform your own programs.  Note* Although the workshops are a series, they are designed in such a way that you can attend the second workshop with out attending the first and vice versa. General Admission $25
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Webinar $15                  Click here to register
Social Marketing and Behaviour Change Series: Workshop 2: Principles of Communication and Models of Attitude-Behaviour Change Thursday 7 December 2017 General Admission

8.30am-12.30pm

Webinar

8.30am-11.15am

Bendat Community Centre, Wembley or via webinar Social marketing uses the techniques of commercial marketing, focusing on what your audience wants rather than needs, to encourage healthier and safer behaviours.  Presented by Rob Donovan, the second of the two half-day workshops will take you through the Principles of communication and models of behaviour change.   Like the first workshop, you will explore real world examples and be given opportunities to workshop your own ideas and priorities- so bring along your project and utilise the expertise in the room.  You will walk away from the workshop with simple, practical marketing activities and ideas that can inform your own programs.  Note* Although the workshops are a series, they are designed in such a way that you can attend the second workshop with out attending the first and vice versa. General Admission$25
Click here to registerWebinar $15
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Social Marketing and Behaviour Change Series (Workshop 1 and Workshop 2) Thursday 9 November and Thursday 7 December 2017 General Admission

8.30am-12.30pm

Webinar

8.30am-11.15am

Bendat Community Centre, Wembley or via webinar Social Marketing and Behaviour Change Series: Discounted rate for attending both workshops (Workshop 1 and Workshop 2). General Admission

Both workshops $40
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Webinar

Both webinars $20
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The Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Awards Breakfast Thursday 23 November 2017 7.45-9.30am, registration from 7.30am Parmelia Hilton, Karri Room, 14 Mill Street, Perth  Join us to celebrate injury prevention and safety promotion in Western Australia at our Awards Breakfast.  The Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Awards recognises the action and excellence of those working to prevent injury and promote safety in Western Australia. Awards breakfast $25
Registrations OPEN
Injury Prevention Summit Thursday 23 November 2017 10:00am-4.30pm Parmelia Hilton, Swan Room, 14 Mill Street, Perth Immediately following the awards presentation will be the Injury Prevention Summit, highlighting current directions, trends and practice in injury prevention, and an opportunity to improve your networks within the injury prevention sector. Summit $55
Registrations OPEN
Combined Awards and Summit ticket $70
Registrations OPEN