Nurturing skills in self-care for volunteers at Leep
- by Volunteer Hub
- June 15, 2017
Event 18th July 2017 – Free for locals, the technology and volunteer not for profit organisation Leep is offering a course on Self-Care for volunteers.
- Identify Compassion Fatigue & Burn Out.
- Develop a Self-Care Plan.
This training is free for all volunteers working or living in the following local government areas; The Blue Mountains, Blacktown, Penrith, Hawkesbury, Parramatta, The Hills, or Cumberland City Council.
When: 18th July 2017 from 9:30am to 3pm.
Where: Hawkesbury Neighbour Aid, 133 Londonderry Road, Richmond, NSW.
More details and to register: Follow this link to the Leep website or 02 4721 1866 ext 224 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Leep: Founded in 1993 Leep was known as TRI Community Exchange, originally being Incorporated as a Family Resource Centre auspiced by Penrith Council. The Centre was part of a national program to improve connections between organisations working with families and communities focusing on access & equity, Aboriginal services and providing information via a Bulletin Board which became communityNet. www.leep.ngo
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