Family Wellbeing training is part of the Family Wellbeing program that aims to support the social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal people and their communities within Western Australia.
The aim of the program is to increase awareness of all the contributing factors that impact on family wellbeing and identify strategies to help build better foundations to overcome these factors. The FWB program aims to bring together Aboriginal Health professionals and others who work with Aboriginal people to gain the necessary skills to be able to support individuals, families and communities to overcome their social and emotional challenges and will help create stronger communities and family environments.
During the training participants can expect to cover a range of skills including:
Effective communication and conflict resolution
How to cope with grief and loss and managing emotions
How to overcome emotional challenges
Understand and recognise mental health and stress management
Understand the importance of personal emotional and social wellbeing
How to effectively guide individuals, families and communities through difficult times.
Integrate principles of Wellbeing into one’s own life
All training and assessments are conducted during the face-to-face contact.
Certificate 2 - Family Wellbeing
How is the training conducted
The Certificate II in Family Wellbeing is delivered over 4 days. The units are clustered together in Sections to meet the delivery demands. Assessments are carried out during the face-to-face contact and completed before the end of each block
Assessments are carried out using a combination of the following:
In class activities