Welcome to the second edition of the August RSAS newsletter.
We have a bumper edition this month because there is a lot of upcoming training and great stories to share.
The Minister for Indigenous Affairs annual Christmas Card Competition will run from 22 August 2017 to 20 September 2017. This competition is open to students attending Remote School Attendance Strategy schools. The winning artwork will be used as the design for the Minister’s Christmas Card for 2017 and prizes will be given to the winning student/s. Entries can be paintings, drawings, digital artworks or even a photograph. If you would like more information on the competition and how students can get involved, please contact Suzie Florance in the RSAS Team on 02 6152 3370 or email@example.com.
It’s been a very productive month for the NESA RSAS Team with our focus shifting to scheduling the new RSAS Train the Trainer workshops.
Our Sydney team will be welcoming Catherine Maiorca as our new Remote Training Co-ordinator who will be taking a leading role in the scheduling of the upcoming Local Tailored RSAS workshops.
The Coober Pedy RSAS team attended their ‘Tailored Local Workshops’ in August with 100% attendance recorded across the three days. The Coober Pedy RSAS selected five training units to work through including: •Time Management
•Mentoring in the Workplace
•Assertive not aggressive
•Goal Setting & Self Care
We have received some fantastic feedback from the Workshops. Once again all Participants expressed how delighted they were with the Trainers’ Presentations and the effective and useful content the course provided.
The NESA team is continuing to organise ‘Tailored Local Workshops’ across the country – so if you haven’t heard from us yet, you will shortly.
If you would like to discuss organising a ‘Tailored Local Workshop’ for your RSAS team, please contact NESA via the contact details below.
Source: Laura McAlister, MHFA/RSAS Training Administrator, Sydney.
Provider: NESA RSAS Team