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Stephanie Edmond from ‘It’s not OK’ is returning to Nelson on June 8 to present ‘How to Help’ and ‘Train the Trainer’ sessions organized by the Nelson/ Tasman Te Rito network.
To register for one/ both sessions please email the Nelson/Tasman Te Rito Network Coordinator Lauren:
[email protected] by May 25th, 4pm
9.30am – 12: How to Help Workshop
Focuses on understanding Family violence and recognizing the signs. It looks at ways to help people who may be experiencing FV including what to say and do.
1-4pm: Train the Trainer Session
Visits the ‘How to Help’ workshop material in more detail with advice about delivering it to others.
(Please note that you can only attend this session if you have done the ‘How to Help’ workshop in the morning and/or on a previous occasion)
Article type: Training
Start date: June 8, 2017
Start time: 9:30 AM
End Date: June 8, 2017
End Time: 4:00 PM
Contact Name: Lauren Underdown (Te Rito Network Coordinator)
Contact Phone: 0278895859
Contact Email: [email protected]