FWT+DP invites you to the 2017 Leading Practice Conference.Click here to register!
FWT+DP is proud to launch this Annual Professional Development Conference in partnership with Wesley Community and Family Care. For more information, please visit: leadingpractice.org.au/
FWT+DP Employment Opportunity
An opportunity has arisen for a capable and experienced individual to join our dynamic team at FWT+DP. The Aboriginal Child Youth and Family Strategy (ACYFS) Learning & Development Project Worker position is a designated Aboriginal worker position.
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December and New Year Training Calendar is available NOW
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FWT+DP aim is to enhance and develop the skills and knowledge of workers, to assist them to support children,families and communities living in a diverse and changing world.
FWT+DP has identified its role in contributing to the overall result of safe, healthy, resilient (and inclusive) children, young people, families and communities as increasing the capacity
of workers and the service system to provide children,families and communities with quality support.
To see the diverse range of training on offer please have a look at our online interactive calendar – it contains information about events plus google map with event location. *A PDF version of the FWT+DP training calendar (updated monthly) can be downloaded from every page within the online calendar. *look out for Events at Special Prices!!
FWT+DP Annual Report 2016
Break the Cycle
Break the Cycle is a short documentary exploring the need for attitudinal change to stop domestic and family violence. Using the Blacktown Ride for Awareness and White Ribbon Breakfast as a backdrop, this film uses men’s voices to raise awareness of the need for all community to take action and support change to end violence against women.
“We hope Break the Cycle will be used to increase knowledge and awareness in the community of the issue of violence against women and their children and inspire community members to challenge and change attitudes and behaviours that create the underlying causes of domestic and family violence” co-producer/ co-director Catherine White.
Posted on 15/09/2015
Family Worker Training + Development Programme has developed an on-line Father Inclusive Practice Learning Program that allow participants to work through four training modules at their own pace.
Module One describes why we should be more father inclusive. Then Modules two to four you will look at how we can achieve the aim of father inclusive practice. Click here to go to the Father Inclusive online training