We offer you a range of different workshops to support you in your journey to becoming an effective, engaged consumer representative.
We also support health care staff through our workshops to develop skills, awareness and strategies for engaging with health consumers. Some of our workshops provide points towards active learning hours for nursing staff.
All our current workshops are listed below, you can click on the workshop title for more information about each session.
- Wednesday 9th October 2019, 10am – 2pm. Email email@example.com for enquiries. To register your attendance book here
- Wednesday 23rd October 2019, 10am – 2pm. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries. To register your attendance book here
- These sessions are opportunities for health service staff to meet and talk with people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) backgrounds in a safe and supportive environment. The aim is to support staff to understand what is important for consumers when experiencing healthcare, and to learn about various cultural aspects of working with people from CaLD communities.
To express your interest in the next forum, or to talk to us about running one at your site, get in touch
- Wednesday 25 September 2019. This event will be a mix of informal and structured elements, with time for networking, interactive working sessions and facilitated learning around good practice in consumer, carer and community engagement across the WA health sector.
Click here for more information and to book.
We can run this workshop at your service on a fee for service basis. To express your interest in the next public workshop, or to talk to us about running a session at your site, get in touch
Empowering health consumers with disabilities
Health Consumers’ Council and People With disabilities WA are delivering workshops for people with disabilities to support them to have a positive experience in the health system. Workshops will also take place at health services to support staff to better understand what contributes to a positive patient experience for people with disabilities.
To see more information and register for the consumer workshops click here