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This interactive 3.5-hour training will have participants pairing up, moving around the room, role playing, debating, and presenting to the class. The content is underpinned by 'our values' and aligned to the Department of Communities and Justice's workplace behaviour policies. It has been informed by current research, including the Human Rights Commission's Respect@Work Report, and contextualised to the corrections environment.
CSNSW employees have a shared obligation to contribute to a healthy, supportive and productive work environment that fosters trust and collaboration. Throughout the training a variety of behaviours will be challenged and explored to foster professional and respectful interactions amongst colleagues. Available support services for people experiencing a workplace issue will also be examined.
The training will be delivered initially at correctional centres across the State and Brush Farm Corrective Services Academy will establish contact with centres to organise dates. Following this, other CSNSW locations will also receive the training.
3.5 hours, face to face workshop
All Corrective Services NSW staff
Operational Community Programs Training Unit