"Feeling Deadly, Working Deadly" Indigenous AOD worker resource kit

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The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) released an Indigenous worker wellbeing resource kit at the end of last year.  Titled “Feeling Deadly, Working Deadly” it’s various sections are available for download from the NCETA site here: 
http://nceta.flinders.edu.au/workforce/indigenous-aod-workforce/feeling-deadly-working-deadly-indigenous-worker-wellbeing/





The kit is designed to reduce stress and increase the wellbeing of Indigenous AOD workers.  It’s intended audience are Indigenous workers, as well as managers and supervisors and organisations.

Content includes:

  1. Handbook for preventing stress and burnout “Staying deadly”
  2. 7 Theory into Practice (TIP) sheets for managers and supervisors
  3. 4 Theory into Practice (TIP) sheets for Indigenous AOD workers
  4. A workforce development checklist

… and more supporting resources.  

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