November 2021

Creative Recovery Network and CQRASN present:

Creative Recovery Training

Creative Recovery Training is being offered to help grow your skills and connect you into a wide network of community facilitators. Participation will better equip you to support your community in difficult times.

At the end of this training, you will:

  • Understand the way trauma impacts on our communities and how best to plan and present support programs.
  • Have a planning framework to support community project planning and facilitation.
  • Have resources and skills to support community project development within a disaster context.
  • Be connected to like-minded people.

This training opportunity is being facilitated by Scotia Monkivitch from the Creative Recovery Network.

ABOUT CREATIVE RECOVERY NETWORK

Creative Recovery Network is a national agency that advocates for the role of arts and culture within disaster management. We are a growing network of artists working with our communities as we prepare, respond and recover from disasters. The Creative Recovery Network was established in response to the growing recognition of the value of the arts in preparing for and recovering from disaster. Creative Recovery Network proactively ensures that culture and arts are the bedrock structure around which we connect, learn and grow, enabling the arts to play a deep, real role in supporting disaster resilience and connections amongst communities and individuals.

 

DATES & BOOKING INFO

15 – 17 November: Hervey Bay, For more information and to BOOK.

19 – 21 November: Kingaroy, For more information and to BOOK. 

 

COST

$20 booking fee.

 

CONTACT:

For more information contact Trudie Leigo, CQRASN Project Officer,  t.leigo@cqu.edu.au or 07 4150 7736

 

This training has been made possible thanks to a successful funding application to the Category C Queensland Bushfires Flexible Funding Grant – Round Two: a grant jointly funded under the Commonwealth / State Disaster Recovery Funding to implement projects aimed at driving recovery and building resilience.

This project is also being generously supported by CQUniversity as well as Fraser Coast, South Burnett and North Burnett Regional Councils.