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PeerZone facilitator training

PeerZone Workshops are a series of up to 20 three-hour peer-led workshops for people who experience mental distress and addiction. The workshops provide a fun, interactive and safe structure for participants to share their experiences, learn self-management and expand their horizons.

 

PeerZone facilitators are peer workers whose employer pays for a license to provide PeerZone Workshops. Once trained, the facilitators can deliver PeerZone workshops to people in their service or community.  The PeerZone facilitator course and support services is not a vocational training in peer support but it enables facilitators to utilize the PeerZone workshops in their work. Facilitators come away with a tangible program and resources that benefit the whole service.

Brook RED holds the Australian license to deliver PeerZone facilitator training across Australia.  We provide the four-day training and post-training support including a community of practice and ongoing advice and support.  

 

Are you in another state but still want to complete PeerZone facilitator training?  We will travel to you as long as we have a minimum of 6 attendees.

 

For more information on PeerZone, please visit www.peerzone.info

Please email donnah@brookred.org.au for more information on how we can work with you to bring PeerZone to your community.