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Behaviour Intervention Training (2 Days) – Changing Habits and Reaching Targets (CHART) TRAIN THE TRAINER

4 April 2017 @ 9:00 am - 5 April 2017 @ 4:30 pm

$700 – $730

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Target Audience: CHART is based on the guiding principle that reducing the young person’s offending behaviour is the prime focus of youth justice intervention. It is designed to support consistent and improved interventions to reduce the risk of reoffending and as such, the CHART Train the Trainer opportunity is specficially targeted to anyone who works directly with young people at risk of long-term involvement in the criminial justice system.

About the course and CHART program: Through this course participants will be trained to both use the CHART program in their everyday work and to be a Changing Habits and Reaching Targets (CHART) program trainer.

CHART is an offending-behaviour change program designed to work with the offending needs of youth justice clients.

The program is designed to help young people to:

  • understand the values and beliefs that underpin their offending behaviour
  • re-examine their motivation
  • re-evaluate the potential consequences of their actions
  • develop problem solving and consequential thinking skills
  • develop skills to find new directions.

CHART is not just a program however, but is also a way of working. The program is evidence-based and informed by research on effective correctional programming. Research suggests that offending-focused programs work best when they involve action, participation, skills training and discussion linked to these activities and CHART includes all of these elements in every session.

CHART has five aims:

  • to provide an evidence-based practical resource for working one-to-one with young people
  • to provide a program that is directly relevant to key criminogenic needs and is designed for sequential, structured, offending-focused, one-to-one work
  • to use a problem-solving framework of assessment, objective setting, action (learning and practice) and evaluation as the key change process.
  • to provide a user-friendly program that recognises young people’s rights and responsibilities, and which can be used in an anti-discriminatory way.
  • to be a portable resource for use with young people when in the community and in custody.

Facilitator: Felicity Dunne, Clinical and Forensic Psychologist

Venue: The Mercy Center, Grafton

Times: Tuesday 4 April & Wednesday 5 April – 9.00 am to 4.30 pm

Catering: tea/coffee, morning and afternoon tea provided, BYO lunch


CHSP/CCSP Worker $700 / Social Futures Member $700 / All Others $730

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4 April 2017 @ 9:00 am
5 April 2017 @ 4:30 pm
$700 – $730
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Social Futures
0439 137 207

Registration, Payment and Cancellation Policy:

Registration is required to secure your place in Social Futures’ workshops. For fee-paying workshops, you may pay by credit card or by Electronic Funds Transfer upon check out. Your registration details will be confirmed upon receipt of your payment.

As we are a not for profit organisation we are unable to provide refunds, but are if you are unable to attend, you may transfer your place to another person who meets the entry criteria. Please let us know of any changes to the participants who will attend.

Workshops may occasionally be cancelled due to insufficient numbers. If this is necessary, we will notify you as soon as possible and a full refund will be given.

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