RSAS Training Units
There are 20 training units available for RSAS providers to choose from for their team. Training units can be packaged in any combination to respond to local community and staff needs.
This training unit will take RSAS workers through the various types of conflict, the causes of conflicts and possible ways to diffuse a conflict situation. Techniques such as meditation and how to proactively manage or pre-empt a situation will be core aspects of this unit.
Walking in two worlds
This training unit will explore the common reference of “Walking in Two Worlds” and how this relates in a community setting. This unit is available as an online self-paced module.
Building skills of resilience and persistence
This unit will provide innovative and engaging communication techniques and strategies that will bring about significant gains for current staff in how to build the skills necessary to deal with challenges and opportunities of their RSAS role.
Self-esteem (targeting RSAS staff)
This training unit will provide innovative and engaging techniques and strategies that will bring about significant gains for RSAS staff in how to build the skills necessary to build their own self-esteem as well as the students and families that they work with.
Writing effective reports in RSAS
This unit takes RSAS workers through the process of developing their RSAS fortnightly report. The unit will assist by helping teams understand what is required in RSAS reporting, and what makes a strong report. It will also allow teams to review their internal processes for developing reports.
Referrals and assessment
This unit takes RSAS workers through the process of undertaking an assessment and referring individuals and families to available support in their communities. The unit will assist by helping staff with strategies to assess the needs of families in their communities, and how to build an understanding of supports available to assist people with particular needs.