A Free ONLINE Workshop Based on the Principles of
​​​​​​​Social Role Valorisation

1:00PM- 2:30 PM

Becoming more competent:
Solid strategies for facilitating learning

Let's talk about growth and learning.

The natural state for all people is to grow and learn. In this workshop we will review:

- some of the most powerful ways to motivate learners engaging in new roles
- teaching methods which are favourable to people with an intellectual disability
- what makes a task relevant to the learner
- a set of tactics forbringing potency to your teaching efforts.

This is a free online workshop based on the principles of Social Role Valorisation.

  • Very Important
    ​​​​​​​After you register, please complete the short, five-question survey. You'll find the link on the bottom right of the "You Are Registered" page 

  • John Armstrong has worked with people and families of people with a disability for over 40 years. He has worked as a trainer and consultant across many settings with individuals, families and agencies throughout Australia and New Zealand.
    John has also been a Senior Social Role Valorisation Trainer. He has worked with Citizen Advocacy as an advocate and board member.

  • This is an online workshop. A link will be sent to you via email.

  • The workshop room opens at 12:45 PM and the workshop begins promptly at 1:00 PM.

  • If you have any technical difficulties during the registration process, please send an email to [email protected]

  • Jan Kruger

    Webinar Host

  • John Armstrong

    Webinar Host

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