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Grampians Region Advance Care Planning Facilitator Training

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Advance care planning is a process of planning for future health and personal care, whereby the person's values and preferences are made known so that they can guide decision-making at a future time when the person cannot make or communicate their decision due to lack of capacity. (Australian Health Minister's Advisory Council).

Presenters:

Centre for Education and Training ACP, Ballarat Health Service (BHS) - Facilitators and Trainers.

Target group:

The target group for this training is Registered Nurses, Enrolled Nurses and Allied Health who are interested in facilitating Advance Care Planning discussions.

It is a requirement that those attending complete the first four Advance Care Planning Australia online learning modules:

Module 1 - Introduction

Module 2 - Planning conversations

Module 3- Decision making - the legal implications

Module 4 - Implementation.

The modules are here.

Please note: there are a total of 9 online modules - it is advised to complete further modules, especially if they are applicable to your workplace.

Cost:

Staff working in public sector within Grampians Region $65. Staff working in the private sector $115. Morning tea, lunch and resources will be provided

 

Registration:

Sign up to the event here.

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