Date: Thu 01/11/2018 - Sat 31/10/2020
Optometrist Credits: 2 Cultural Credits
Dispensing Optician Credits: 2 Cultural Credits
Event Type(s): Online, Training
Number: 09 440 6926
This course is produced by eCALD Services in collaboration with Asian Family Services. The course is available in face-to-face format and will be available in online format on 30th September 2019.
This course is intended for anyone working with addiction clients.
The aim of the course is to provide strategies for managing cross-cultural issues during the engagement, assessment, and treatment process in an addiction context when working with CALD clients and their families.
Note: Addiction in this course refers to gambling, alcohol, drug and gaming. CALD clients in this course refer to culturally and linguistically diverse clients from Asian, Middle Eastern and African background.
Participants completing this course will:
– Become aware of the importance of culturally competent addiction services for CALD clients and families
– Have a better understanding of the barriers to access, cross cultural issues with engagement, assessment and treatment when working with CALD clients and families in addiction settings
– Gain skills to develop trust and rapport with CALD clients and families.
– Gain skills in cross-cultural clinical assessment, screening and treatment
On completing this course you will have greater insight of the issues surrounding addiction issues with CALD clients and their families; will become aware of how to develop rapport and trust with CALD clients and families and gain skills in cross-cultural engagement, assessment and intervention with CALD clients.