An Exploration Of the Social Role Valorisation Framework (SRV) As The Vehicle To Obtaining The Good Things Of Life For People That Are Marginalised
Presenter: John Armstrong, Senior SRV Trainer
28th & 29th November 2016
ACT Youth Coalition, 46 Clianthus Street, O’Connor, Canberra
Cost: $260 GST incl per person
(incl handouts, lunch & morning/afternoon tea)
Registrations limited to 40 attendees
This 2-day event is for anyone who is serious about improving the lives of marginalised and disadvantaged people such as people with a mental illness, people with disabilities, frail aged and people experiencing poverty or homelessness.
This workshop is designed to assist participants to:
- Understand social devaluation and its consequences for people who are marginalised;
- Learn about SRV as a means of addressing those experiences of devaluation;
- Strengthen one’s motivation to counteract devaluation in the lives of people one knows and supports; and
- Clarify the features of a good life and the essential means of obtaining that good life.
About The Presenter
John Armstrong has a long involvement in the lives of people with disabilities, in informal advocacy and friendship roles as well as the formal roles of service provider, teacher, adviser and service planner.
John is one of three senior Social Role Valorisation and PASSING trainers in Australia. John is particularly interested in uncovering the reasons behind abuse of vulnerable people and those factors that influence our actions. His events seek to increase consciousness and the development of the qualities needed by people who intend to act with integrity and leadership.
Download Registration Form below or register online
Date: 28th & 29th November 2016
Time: 9:30am -5:00pm
Cost: $260 GST incl per person (incl handouts, lunch & morning/afternoon tea)
Participants must attend both days and stay for the entire period
For more information or to register over the phone please contact Jan Kruger:
P: 0458 282 545