Events

All events are FREE to NADA members unless otherwise specified.
Regional and rural members may be eligible for travel and accommodation assistance, for more information check the specific event details and download the NADA Member Travel Subsidy Guidelines and Application Form.

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May 14
Thursday 14th
  • Methamphetamine Workshop
  • Facilitated by NADA
  • Venue:
  • Aerial UTS Function Centre - Building 10, Level 7-235 Jones Street, Ultimo, Sydney, NSW

NADA is pleased to invite members to be part of this free Methamphetamine Workshop designed for frontline AOD workers. For more information, contact Edith.

May 20
Wednesday 20th
  • Get Bloody Serious - A workshop (mostly) about Hep C
  • Facilitated by Hepatitis NSW and NADA
  • Venue:
  • 414 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills, NSW

This workshop is now full sorry, no more registrations can be taken.

How do you engage your communities and clients in conversations around hep C? 

Attend an interactive workshop AND…

  • Know the difference between hepatitis A, B and C – transmission, effects & prevention
  • Recognise how and why some communities are more affected by hep C
  • Increase your confidence in talking with people around risks and consequences
  • Learn new activities and skills to promote health and harm reduction
  • Understand the stigma behind hepatitis, its structural discrimination & how your role can reduce it.
  • Get equipped in supporting people to make informed decisions about managing their hep C and when to
    start treatment.
Be inspired! The power of personal story is universal. Hear first-hand someone’s personal account of hep C.  For more information, contact Heidi.

May 28
Thursday 28th
  • Working with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Clients
  • Facilitated by DAMEC/CCWT
  • Venue:
  • Aerial UTS Function Centre Building 10, Level 7-235 Jones Street Ultimo, Sydney, NSW

NADA is pleased to invite members to take part in these free workshops designed for case workers, managers and/or practitioners who work closely with culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) clients and families. For more information, contact Edith.

May 28
Thursday 28th
  • Strategies for developing accesible and effective services for clients from CALD backgrounds
  • Facilitated by DAMEC
  • Venue:
  • Aerial UTS Function Centre Building 10, Level 7-235 Jones Street, Ultimo, Sydney, NSW

This workshop will provide an opportunity for services to critically reflect on their current policies and practices. As well as looking at practical ways that AOD services can improve how they support CALD communities, including people from refugee backgrounds, recent migrants and second generation, younger and older CALD clients; their families and carers. For more information, contact Edith.

May 28
Thursday 28th
  • Culturally Reflective Casework Practice
  • Facilitated by Betty Stampoulis-Lyttle - CCWT
  • Venue:
  • Aerial UTS function Centre Building 10, Level 7-235 Jones Street, Ultimo, Sydney, NSW

This training examines culturally reflective casework practice for working with CALD clients and families. Participants will examine needs and challenges that can impact clients and families from CALD backgrounds, and learn to apply the Culturally Reflective Practice model in a broad range of service types, thereby ensuring that service delivery meets client needs. For more information, contact Edith.