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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.
This course is intended for anyone working with addiction clients.
It is expected that participants enrolling into this course, must have the basic mental health knowledge and have completed the following pre-requisite or recommended course(s):
Participants completing this course will:
This course is produced by eCALD Services in collaboration with Asian Family Services. The course is available in both face-to-face and online formats.
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.
The following resources will be available after you complete this and other CALD courses:
The video and case scenarios helped me to actively engage in figuring out the learning objectives/taught principles by abstracting the examples. I personally liked the presented content/layout of the course.
Scenarios, interactive discussions [were] very helpful for learning. [The course is] very relevant and necessary.
The course is a thoroughly worthwhile experience and it was exceptionally helpful and knowledgeable.
Excellent, learnt a lot. Great video scenarios.
I feel very enlightened and will be advocating for more of this training for the Gambling Harm workforce.
The lolly and concentric circles exercises are great demonstration of the concept. Audio-visual examples were very helpful. Step by step - good flow of content. Examples of initial engagement phase were helpful.
The videos were very helpful to see what concepts would look like in practice. Very comprehensive, very user-friendly.