Ka Rangatahi Workshop | Dunedin
Are you wanting to improve how you use your lived experience in your mahi?
Do you want to learn how to harness your unique strengths as a young person working with other young people?
Are you wanting to learn how to access support (supervision) that meets your unique needs as lived experience kaimahi?
The Ka Rangatahi Workshop is a 2 day workshop being delivered in Dunedin on 12 and 13 October 2023.
This workshop is designed for young people working in lived experience and peer roles in the mental health and addictions sector. This is a unique opportunity to grow your skills alongside other young people working in lived experience and peer roles in the mental health and addictions sector.
We will be joined by experts in the field, to share their experiences of being lived experience kaimahi, and how they have come to utilise their lived experience in their mahi.
During the workshop, we will cover the following topics:
- Applying lived experience in your mahi
- Using your unique strengths as young people working with young people
- What lived experience leadership is all about
- How to navigate the mental health system, and understand where your input is useful
- How to access supervision for the lived experience / peer workforce
- What you need to know around youth alcohol and drugs
Spaces are limited, so please register as soon as possible.
Venue: This is an in-person event in central Dunedin. If your availability changes, let us know so we can offer your place to another delegate and also cater correctly.
For queries about this event please contact:
* These requirements are subject to review by UniServices – any changes in these requirements will be sent to registrants prior to the event.