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Managing personal information (Auckland)
Friday, 21 May at 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
This three-hour training session will help you understand what is meant by managing personal information within an employment context, and why it is an important consideration.
About the workshop
When people consider a return to work, they may be concerned about disclosing a health condition or conviction. This training session will help you understand what is meant by managing personal information within an employment context, and why it is an important consideration. This training is ideally suited for:
- health professionals
- social services professionals
- Work and Income case managers
- Department of Corrections case managers
- other support teams family/whānau.
This training was valuable as it gave me tips and ideas on how to deal with different situations.
The learning objectives include understanding:
- the difference between managing personal information vs disclosure
- how to share sensitive information and for what purpose
- how to identify the pros and cons of sharing personal information
- how to support people to develop a plan and statement for their personal use.
$130 excluding GST per person. Afternoon tea provided. Please advise any dietary requirements when you RSVP.
All cancellations must be advised at the earliest opportunity by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancellations received fewer than five business days prior to course – no refund. All courses are run subject to demand and Work Counts reserves the right to alter dates, times, and venue of the course. In this instance, Work Counts will provide a full refund of registration fees if required, but will not accept responsibility for travel and accommodation costs incurred by participants.
Please RSVP by Tuesday, 18 May by clicking the form below.