The five modules in this online course have been developed from the face to face training course: Involvement in the Justice System – Sociological Risk Factors, delivered across NSW in April and May 2016.
How will these modules be used?
The content of these modules is designed to be delivered, by Line Managers, Supervisors and Practice Coordinators, to their operational teams within Disability Services. The modules can be delivered in the following ways:
- Supervision sessions
- Group supervision sessions
- Team meetings
- Reflective practice sessions, or
- Self-paced modules for staff to work through individually
What is Covered?
Summary of Each Module
|1||1.1 Community and Society’s views of people in contact with the Justice System
1.2 Personal Views of people in contact with the Justice System
|2||2.1 Why focus on Sociological Risk Factors for Involvement in the Justice System?
|3||2.2 Risk factors associated with risk of contact, or increased contact with the Justice System||50 mins|
|4||3.1 The role of frontline staff and managers in identifying risk factors, and reducing the risk of contact or contact with the Justice System||50 mins|
|5||3.2 Theories and skills to inform our practice within Disability Justice
(includes 30mins practice session)
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