Professional Development

Education and Training Supporting Sustainable Service System Improvements

The Peninsula Model facilitates quality education and training opportunities specifically tailored to develop the capacity of community and health service professionals to meet the current and emerging needs of local communities across Frankston Mornington Peninsula.

Frankston 'Multi Sector Community of Practice'

Frankston Mornington Peninsula 'Multi Sector Community of Practice' (FMPCoP) has been established with the support of National Disability Services (NDS) to facilitate cross sectoral collaboration to better understand and respond to the complex and changing operating environment as a result of various health and social service reforms.

Participants have prioritised the need to develop shared understandings and engage in work relevant capacity building in the topic area of 'Consumer Directed Care', primarily focused on developing organisational and practitioner capacity to "enable participants to exercise choice and control in the pursuit of their goals, including deciding how, when and by whom in relation to the delivery of their supports".

For further information about how to get involved with the FMPCoP, including attending the upcoming Community Forum on Tuesday 22nd August from 9.30am at the Cube, Frankston Arts Centre, please click here

Indigenous Primary Care Cultural Competency Collaborative - Starting from Tuesday 7th June, 2016

The Aboriginal Health Alliance is please to present a continuous improvement program for community services across Frankston Mornington Peninsula providing aims, principles and ideas for change, and measures for improvement in the development and delivery of Aboriginal culturally responsive primary care services.

Please see the attached flyer. Alternatively, visit the program description page for further details and to register your organisation in the upcoming workshops.

Tailoring MI & CBT for Methamphetamine Users - 17th March 2016

This taining is specially designed for the needs of frontline health and welfare workers and specialist AOD clinicians / MH clinicians who work directly with clients using methamphetamine

We are pleased to advise that this training will be developed and delivered by A/Professor Nicole Lee. More information on this training can be found at http://www.leejenn.com.au/new-ice-training/

This training will be held on Thursday 17th March 2016 at Peninsula Community Theatre, Mornington. Reduced cost of $100 per participant. Catering for the day and participant materials are included in this cost.

To register please complete the attached registration form and return via email to labbott@phcn.vic.gov.au. Numbers are limited. Registrations close 26th February 2016.