Training

The SASS training team offers a range of primary prevention training programs and workshops, for children, adolescents, and adults. Programs and workshops can be delivered in schools and colleges, or other settings anywhere in Tasmania.  Content and duration is tailored to meet the identified needs of the audience.

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SASS also offers specialised professional development workshops to empower participates with the skills they need to minimise harm and assist others in trauma recovery. These fee-for-service workshops can be delivered on-site at any location across Tasmania (or inter-state upon request)

We also advertise ticketed training events on this website.  Such events are also emailed to recipients on our training mailing-list.  If you would like to be informed of upcoming events, subscribe to our newsletter or contact the SASS training team.

SASS training events are engaging, dynamic, and interactive. Facilitators are skilled clinicians with experience in trauma-informed care and practice.  SASS is a unique training provider, with sessions delivered in Tasmania supported via our counselling service if participants require support.

Feedback opportunities are provided to participants pre, during and post-sessions.  All feedback received is shared with key stakeholders including the host agency, group, or institution.

All training projects can be specifically designed and tailored to the audience.  Below are a selection of workshop outlines that can be combined and/or developed to suit targeted needs.

In late 2018 the SASS Training Unit was awarded with a National Crime Prevention Award.

To more information or to request a quote, please contact SASS’s Training Coordinator, Peter Baldwin, on (03) 6231 0044 or email @email

 

 

Training Type

Professional development

Preventing Child Sexual Exploitation Workshop - Ticketed Event

This two day professional development workshop enables professionals and agencies involved with children and young people to gain a greater understanding of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE). It explores the sophisticated models of recruitment ('grooming') used to sexually exploit young people as well as teaching skills in assessment and intervention with the aim of protecting young people and preventing CSE within communities.

Child Safe Training Spaces

Child Safe Training Spaces is a primary prevention focused professional development workshop for instructors in environments such as dance, gymnastics, and team sports. The focus is on reducing the occurrence and impacts of child sexual assault by creating safe environments, as well as responding to disclosures of harm in an empathetic and legal way.

"Working with Traumatised Children"

Professional development training tailored towards those in therapeutic roles working with children. Teaches trauma informed skills for assisting children recovering from trauma and beginning their pathways to recovery. Introductory, intermediate and advanced programs are available on request.

"Recovery for the Traumatised Brain"

This professional development workshop is developed for counsellors and people in therapeutic roles. Participants will explore therapy skills for assisting people recovering from trauma. Introductory, intermediate and advanced sessions are available upon request.

"Children & Sexualised Behaviours"

Developed for people working with children (such as teachers and carers), this workshop explores sexual behaviours in children, when they become problematic/abusive and pathways to changing behaviours. It focuses on managing and reducing the impacts of problem sexualised behaviors in children and young people and creating sexually safe communities.

"Keeping Kids Safe"

This professional development workshop is developed for people employed to work with children, parents and caregivers. The focus is on reducing the occurrence and impacts of child sexual assault to create a safer community. Participants will learn skills in keeping children safe from harm, as well as skills in responding to disclosures of harm.

"Trauma 1st Aid"

A Professional development training developed for front-line staff, parents and caregivers which raises awareness of sexual assault in our community. Topics discussed include Tasmanian consent law and psycho-education on the impacts of trauma. Participants will gain essential skills for handling first disclosures of sexual harm.

"Creating a Safe Workplace"

This training is developed to improve workplace culture, improve staff retention and generate ethical behaviours at work. Staff will learn ways to reduce gender imbalances, sexual harassment and abuse in the workplace, creating a culture of safety.

Primary Prevention

"Safe, Smart Kids" Primary School Student Workshops

The SASS primary school student educational program aims to empower children to understand that their bodies are their own, equip them to make positive, ethical choices with regards to their intimate relationships, and ultimately to stop intimate partner violence and sexual harm from occurring wi

"Sexting and Cyber Sex Issues"

This workshop designed for young people explores the complex world of online behaviour and issues to do with technology and sex. This serves as a guide for young people navigating technology and sex in both a legal and ethical way.

"Intimacy Versus Pornography"

This primary prevention workshop discusses online pornography and the effects on individuals, intimate relationships and culture within our community. This has been developed as a guide for young people and adults on navigating intimacy and sexual relationships in a pornography-saturated world.

"Consent is a Conversation"

A workshop for young people or adults teaching sexual ethics and decision making skills. Aims to reduce the occurrences of sexual harm and give people the skills to make sexual choices that are enjoyable, safe and remembered fondly.

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