Building Resilience - Boundaries and Reflective Program

Learn to apply tools and techniques to manage resilience in working environments

Building Resilience Program 

Study Locations: Northern Rivers and Tweed Heads, NSW, and Gold Coast.

Delivery mode: Blended (face-to-face/online) or Distance (online)

Each unit consists of online learning material and a face-to-face workshop. The monthly workshops are held in Tweed Heads, Alstonville and Casino. All tutorials and workshops are conducted by multiple experienced trainers.

Duration: The expected duration of this course is over a 3-month period, consisting of one unit of competency per month. 

Intakes: Intake 1 opens 4 March 2024, and closes 15 April – Workshops commence in April. Intake 2 opens 1 June 2024 and closes 30 June – Workshops commence in August. (our terms follow Queensland school terms)

What you’ll pay: Full-fee $1,500 – flexible payment plans available

Course Description

This Program provides a set of skills from three units of competency which support resilience for workers within the community and health sector. Learning outcomes in the unit of competencies include:

  • Skill development to manage personal stresses in the work environment
  • Reflection practices for own professional development
  • Develop skills to work from a trauma informed space

A Language, Literacy, Numeracy & Digital (LLND) Assessment will be required to be completed prior to acceptance into the program. It is recommended you have basic skills and access to a computer.

The program structure is made up of three units of competency. All the units completed will be awarded a Certificate of Attainment. The units are delivered via face-to-face workshop, with some online pre reading and work required.

HLTWHS006                       Manage personal stressors in the work environment

CHCPRP003                       Reflect on and improve own professional practice

CHCMHS007                      Work effectively in trauma informed care

We have RPL process in place for students who want to apply for recognition of their existing skills and knowledge relevant to the units of competencies within the relevant accredited training program. Students may have achieved these skills and knowledge form previous qualification, formal training or workplace training or experience. This may reduce the number of units to be completed for the course of choice.

If you want to apply for a credit transfer for RPL prior to your enrolment, please contact us.

  • Our Student Support team are available from 9am to 4pm AEST Monday to Friday to provide you with relevant support.
  • Trainers are available to respond to online learning and assessment queries within one business day.
  • Individual needs (if any) will be addressed with our best efforts during your time with us. On rare occasions, we may not be able address your specific individual need. In that case, we endeavour to refer you to a suitable external provider.

Contact Us Today

If you’re ready to get your team enrolled, simply contact us get your application started.

Phone: 1300 506 710 or email: [email protected]



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