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This interactive course will be presented in three sessions online and is designed to enable participants to get the best out of a workshop by understanding how small groups work, as well as the role and responsibilities of a facilitator

Learning Outcomes:

  • Increased knowledge around the role of the facilitator;
  • Increased understanding around group dynamics;
  • Increased confidence and skills around dealing with conflict in small groups; and
  • Increased understanding around facilitator care.

You will need a printed copy of the workbook (which will be emailed to you when you register), access to a PC with video capabilities AND a smart device (phone or iPad).

You must also be available to attend all three sessions.


Part A

Date – Tuesday 9 June 2020

Mode of Delivery – via ZOOM

Time – 9.00 am – 11.30 am Session Code – AC2088


Part B

Date – Tuesday 16 June 2020

Mode of Delivery – via ZOOM

Time – 9.00 am – 11.30 am Session Code – AC2089


Part C

Date – Tuesday 23 June 2020

Mode of Delivery – via ZOOM

Time – 9.00 am – 11.30 am Session Code – AC2090


Who should attend this online workshop?

This workshop is open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Family and/or Community Workers whose role is to support Aboriginal children and their families in Western Sydney.


Felicity (Flic) Ryan is a Wadi Wadi woman who has worked with both State and Local Government. Her previous roles include Women and Children’s Refuge Worker, Child Protection Officer, Community Development Officer, HIV Care and Support Officer and Sexual Health Worker.

Flic is an accredited trainer and now specialises in the development and delivery of strengths-based workshops centred around Aboriginal Cultural Awareness and Cultural Competency, Aboriginal Health and Employment, Lateral Violence, Self-Care for Aboriginal workers, Facilitating Small Groups and Teambuilding. She is particularly interested in helping Aboriginal people up-skill within the workforce and has also developed training specific to Aboriginal Youth and Sexual Health issues.


Aboriginal Workers of TEI funded services: FREE


More Information

ph 0439 048 449


Code: AC2088, AC2089, AC2090

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