Professor Joseph Ibrahim
Our Dignity of Risk Cultural Awareness Training Package is designed to create an organisation wide focus on the concept of Dignity of Risk.
The 1 hour session includes a live online Zoom screening of the award winning Dignity of Risk film in your facility, an online Q+A with Prof Joe, copies of the graphic novel, educational postcards, self evaluation forms and individual and facility certificates for use during accreditation.
The event is hosted live on Zoom.
Available whilst sessions last only.
HOW IT WORKS
5 Easy Steps
RESERVE A SESSION
Fill out the form and purchase online to reserve a session.
We'll deliver a box of resources to your containing all your need to host the event.
ARRANGE A SESSION DATE &
TELL YOUR STAFF
Book a time to screen the event, then advertise around your facility to get everyone to attend.
Your staff login via Zoom to a Screening of the film, followed by a Q+A with Prof Joe.
Each participant submits their self assessment, and receives a certificate.
A certificate is also provided for the facility once everything has been completed.
What's In the box?
We've found that the shared experience of viewing the film, together with the following Q+A does a great job of raising the cultural awareness of the concept of ‘Dignity of Risk’ within organisations.
For the best benefit, getting as many of you team into the session as possible, works to generates a wider discussion around the concept, and promotes conversation around the barriers and enablers in supporting older people to take risks within each organisation.
Inside this Resource Kit is everything you need to create a memorable experience for your staff. We have had a very positive experience conducting these sessions all around Australia to date.
You'll find inside
Quick Setup Guide. To help you setup an entertaining movie screening in no time (it's easy, and we'll help you!)
A poster and Postcards to promote this exciting event around your facility.
Information booklets to consolidate learning and as a future reference for staff to keep.
Certificates to be presented to staff which serve as a useful record for CPD.
Graphic Novel of the film. These are great souvenirs to reward staff who actively participate in discussion on the day or, can be used in the following weeks to consolidate learning. You could place these in the staff tea room, or the facility library so both staff and residents/families are able to read.
Feedback and evaluation forms.
Once your session is complete, we will send you a certificate for your organisation for undertaking the session, to help you during accreditation.
"The film succinctly and clearly summed up the concept of dignity of risk. It was also and
always is a wonderful opportunity to have the Prof available to answer any questions."