[POSTPONED] Privileged Space Principle: Exploring Approaches to Diversity and Inclusion with Children and Youth Accessing Services

Exploring Approaches to Diversity and Inclusion with Children and Youth Accessing Services

DUE TO THE ONGOING THREAT OF COVID19, THIS TRAINING WILL BE POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT OUR WEBSITE TO FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION DISCUSSIONS FROM THE SAFETY OF YOUR HOME.

This 1 day training running on consecutive dates is for youth workers, social workers, educators, foster parents and anyone working with diverse children and youth.

Approaches to Working with Children and Youth

  • Anti-oppression (diversity, equity, and inclusion)
  • Asset-based
  • Trauma-Informed
  • Harm Reduction

Problem-Based Learning

Problem Based Learning mini-modules that will focus on individual and team practice as well as educational policies and procedures. The aim of the PBLMs is to re-align practice, policies, and procedures fso that the services and care provided to service-users are collaborative, effective, and sustainable. This will improve and streamline procedures such as referrals, crisis management, shared care, and enhance client care and experience. The PBLMs will use real-life situations faced by children and youth accessing services.

Dates: Monday April 20 or Tuesday April 21, 2020
Time: 9:30am to 4:30 pm
Price: €89.78 per day.

Refreshments will be included. 

Location:
9 Portland Row
Dublin
Ireland

Please click here to book your place: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/97017151913

For more info email: info@pspacep.com

About the facilitator:
Dr. Tapo Chimbganda taught undergraduate and graduate students in Education, Sociology, Social Work and other programs at universities in Canada and England. As a practitioner, she is a qualified child and youth counsellor and licensed therapist with almost 20 years’ experience working for community and non-profit organizations, schools, and healthcare providers. She has presented on diversity, equity, and inclusion; social justice and pedagogy at conferences in Australia, Finland, Ireland, Canada, and Scotland. Dr. Tapo has been published on matters of mental health, education, the racialized family, and social justice in academic texts and journals. ​ She has also been a guest on several radio shows and appeared in the CBC program, Black in Canada. Her first book: The Classroom as Privileged Space, published in 2017, focuses on social justice and education for marginalized populations. As a consultant, she has worked with educators and clinical practitioners in Canada and USA helping them facilitate and maintain safe spaces for young people and learners.

General Info

Date Entered/Updated
2nd Mar, 2020
Region
Dublin 1
Expiry Date
20th Apr, 2020