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Train it Forward: a Masterclass for FASD

31-Mar-2017Train it Forward: a Masterclass for FASD

NOFASD Australia and the Drug Education Network would like to invite you to:

Train it Forward: a Masterclass for FASD

 

This event will support delegates to be the 'go to' person in their organisation for information regarding Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). After completing this masterclass, delegates will be able to deliver NOFASD Australia authorised training within their own workplaces and communities, to enable a better quality of life for those with lived experience of FASD. The training will enhance knowledge and understanding of FASD and enable delegates to easily share relevant knowledge with colleagues.

 

Delegates will each receive a range of relevant and useful FASD resources as handouts for duplication and all the relevant electronic links are provided. In addition, delegates will also be introduced to a range of resources, information, and connections from the Drug Education Network (DEN) that will enable them to keep families and communities safer in relation alcohol and other drugs.

 

Event: $95.00 (includes lunch and materials).

Date and Time

Thursday, 15 June 2017

10:00 am – 3:00 pm AEST

 

Location

"The Grange" Meeting & Function Centre

4A Commonwealth Lane

Campbell Town, TAS 7210

Further information and registration

Register here:         

https://fasdmasterclass.eventbrite.com.au

 

Special Dietary Requirements:

If you have any special dietary requirements please email Robyn

prior to the 10th June with details - Robyn@nofasd.org.au





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