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Thursday 30th November 2017      

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Di Margetts and Bronwyn Clee

 

Acclaimed international trainer, author and consultant Di Margetts, creator of The Language of Safety has come out of retirement to bring The Language of Safety to PBWA!

 

This workshop will change the way you think, feel and behave, both personally and professionally. The Language of Safety informs emotional safety, empowerment and teaches us how to create an environment of sharing and respect between ourselves and the people we communicate with.

 

This rare and exciting opportunity to have Di Margetts teach the strategy that she created will be co-facilitated with Bronwyn Clee. Bronwyn is an internationally qualified coach and trainer and has worked with Di since 2004. Expect an interactive, engaging and fun workshop!

 

Time: 9:00am – 3:30pm

Venue: The Enterprise Room, Innovation Centre 9 DeLaeter Way, Technology Park, Bentley.

Cost: $140.00 per person. Includes lunch and morning tea.

 

Content covered:

  1. What is the language of safety?

  2. History of language of safety.

  3. Why do we use the language of safety?

  4. The language of safety in the workplace and community settings.

  5. Promoting safety with clients through language.

  6. Promoting safety with children through language.

  7. Safe language self-talk.

     

Upon completion all participants will receive a certificate of attendance signed by Di Margetts and Bronwyn Clee, issued by PBIA and PBWA.

A joint initiative between PBWA and PBIA.

 

Contact Details

Contact: PBWA

Tel: 0409 071 068 or 0459 602 797

Email: info@protectivebehaviourswa.org.au

Address: 51 Anketell Street, Kensington WA 6151

Post: PO Box 693 Bentley, WA 6982

Web: www.protectivebehaviourswa.org.au     

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September 2016 

 

- Protective Behaviours in Schools Project

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Protective Behaviours WA (Inc) in partnership with the Department of Education has undertaken a new project "Protective Behaviours In Schools".  Funded by WA Crime Prevention.

10 schools were chosen to participate in the pilot project that included the following:

  • Level 1 training for school staff
  • Level 1 training for service providers in the community
  • Parent workshops
  • In classroom mentoring support for teachers
  • Development of PB lesson plans year K-8
  • School Protective Behaviours resource kits
  • Launch of the Holding Hands - Protective Behaviours Lesson Plans at the Protective Behaviours WA (Inc) AGM in September 2010