Free training is now available for all Victorians who come into contact with ice-affected people as part of their job

360Edge, Australia’s leading alcohol and other drug consultants, is now delivering free half day workshops to frontline workers across Victoria.

The training will build your confidence, knowledge and skills so you can respond safely and effectively to people affected by the drug ice.

Topics:
Understand the effects of ice and identify users
• Find out how to work safely to protect themselves and others
• Learn how to respond effectively to ice-affected people
• Understand what works in treatment

This training is for anyone who may come in contact with people who use methamphetamine (‘ice’ or ‘speed’). The training is optional and may be eligible for CPD points for most professional bodies

Register

This training is funded by The Victorian Government and delivered by 360 Edge.

For further information view flyer,  contact 360 edge or phone 1300 988 184

Event Date 9:00 am, 17/07/2019
Event End Date 12:30 pm, 17/07/2019

Open to:
• GP’s
• GP Registrars
• Practice Nurses
• Nurse Practitioners
• Maternal Child Health Nurses

Cost: $130.00 - Payment to be made by credit/debit card (VISA or Mastercard) on enrolment to secure place.

RSVP: Sunday 30 June

Participants can also call (03) 9530 7111 to enrol and make payment over the phone. 
Please mention that you are enrolling in an PHN MIE session and advise the required date.

Limited places available, register early to avoid disappointment.

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Register here

For more information, click on the details button below

Event Date 9:00 am, 17/07/2019
Event End Date 12:30 pm, 17/07/2019

Free training is now available for all Victorians who come into contact with ice-affected people as part of their job

360Edge, Australia’s leading alcohol and other drug consultants, is now delivering free half day workshops to frontline workers across Victoria.

The training will build your confidence, knowledge and skills so you can respond safely and effectively to people affected by the drug ice.

Topics:
Understand the effects of ice and identify users
• Find out how to work safely to protect themselves and others
• Learn how to respond effectively to ice-affected people
• Understand what works in treatment

This training is for anyone who may come in contact with people who use methamphetamine (‘ice’ or ‘speed’). The training is optional and may be eligible for CPD points for most professional bodies

Register

This training is funded by The Victorian Government and delivered by 360 Edge.

For further information view flyer,  contact 360 edge or phone 1300 988 184

Event Date 1:30 pm, 17/07/2019
Event End Date 5:00 pm, 17/07/2019

**THE GEELONG EVENT IS NOW FULL - BALLARAT PLACES STILL AVAILABLE, CLICK REGISTRATION LINK BELOW**

Learning outcomes:
• Recognition of the life-threatening adverse events occuring immediately following immunisation
• Demonstrated competencey in the delivery of CPR resuscitation techniques for infants, children and adults

Facilitator:
• Premium Health

Open to:
• Nurse immunisers
• Primary health care nurses

Registration and cost:
• $95 payable to Premium Health upon registration

For further information contact CPD team

Event Date 11:00 am, 26/07/2019
Event End Date 3:00 pm, 26/07/2019

Open to:
• Primary Health Care Nurses
• All Immunisation Providers
• GP's

Cost:
$110 per registrant

Geelong
Saturday 27 July
Registration from 8:15am Event start 9am - 4:30pm
Rydges Hotel
Cnr Myers & Gheringhap Street, Geelong

Ballarat
Saturday 19 October
Registration from 8:15am Event start 9am - 4:30pm
Mercure Ballarat Hotel & Convention Centre
613 Main Road, Ballarat

Registrations will open early June - program content TBA

For further information contact CPD team

Event Date 8:15 am, 27/07/2019
Event End Date 4:30 pm, 27/07/2019

Learning outcomes:

  • Increase knowledge and awareness of the role of spirometry in primary care
  • Develop practical skills to recognise and perform high quality spirometry
  • Understand interpretation and clinical implications of spirometry results, including differential diagnosis
  • Increase knowledge and awareness of the importance of spirometer quality assurance and its implementation
  • Learn strategies to incorporate spirometry testing systematically into routine clinical practice
  • Increase confidence in performing, understanding and implementing spirometry

Presenters:
Lorraine Leversha

Belinda Morrall

Open to:
GPs
Practice Nurses

Participants will be required to complete pre-reading. The pre-reading and questionnaire will be sent upon registration.

Cost: FREE - includes morning/afternoon tea and lunch

Register early - limited places available

Registrations close: Thursday 11 July

View flyer here

For further information contact Vernetta Taylor or phone (03) 5381 1756

Event Date 8:45 am, 27/07/2019
Event End Date 4:00 pm, 27/07/2019
Cut off date 5:00 pm, 11/07/2019
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Learning outcomes:
• Recognition of the life-threatening adverse events occuring immediately following immunisation
• Demonstrated competencey in the delivery of CPR resuscitation techniques for infants, children and adults

Facilitator:
• Premium Health

Open to:
• Nurse immunisers
• Primary health care nurses

Registration and cost:
• $95 payable to Premium Health upon registration

For further information contact our team in Ballarat

Event Date 11:00 am, 18/10/2019
Event End Date 3:00 pm, 18/10/2019