Trainers Jolyon Burford, Siri Gunawardana and Spase Veljanovski delivered 80 workshops and presentations throughout Victoria and interstate. Siri got the most holiday sounding venue – Noosa (it was South Brisbane, but whatever).
We experienced the biggest range of audience numbers ever in one year. From 230 staff from Federation Training in Gippsland to 4 consultants from a private communications company opening an office in Melbourne.
Our popular health literacy course turned 4 this year. We continue to tweak it based on participants’ feedback and new developments in the field. In 2019, we will focus more on consumer participation. As always, CEH will emphasise consumers from migrant and refugee backgrounds. If you’re interested in consumer participation, the Health Issues Centre is doing great work here.
We’re planning new training on workforce inclusion and intersectionality in 2019 in response to your requests. What is intersectionality? Let us introduce you to Bob, a stripey blue triangle.
While there is always change, some things won’t change in training. Spase will try to draw cultural parallels with Australian Rules football, Jolyon will cram in too much humour and Siri will tell you stories involving her in-laws and parents.