The role of the workforce in eliminating hepatitis as a health concern by 2020

Posted on: Monday, 18 September 2017

DATE: Wednesday 22nd November 2017

TIME: 1:00pm – 2:00pm EST

PRESENTER: Reece Lamshed is the HEPReady® Business Training Manager. Reece was engaged by Hepatitis Victoria in March 2016 to establish a Social Enterprise that would provide workforce training for health and community workers in viral hepatitis. Since that time, the HEPReady team has developed a preeminent basic course, accredited by APNA and ACMHN, Essentials, and 17 specialised Comprehensive courses. These are available on line and as face-to-face sessions.

Reece's background is in education and training, primarily elearning. He has written and developed many highly credited courses across a wide range of industries, from journalism (ABC and SBS) to engineering (AIRAH). Reece, by profession, is a project manager and information architect.

Reece is a member of the RMIT University Media Program Advisory Committee, eWorks Elearning Advisory Group, Deakin University Masters of Arts: Creative Enterprise Academic Advisory Board and a member of the Charles Sturt University Industry Advisory Group for the Masters in Information Architecture.

TOPIC: The role of the workforce in eliminating hepatitis as a health concern by 2020.

  • Why is viral hepatitis an issue?
  • Can viral hepatitis be eliminated?
  • Why is training the workforce so important to its elimination?
  • What are the main barriers to its elimination - B and C?
  • Why is HEPReady workforce training effective?
  • What is HEPReady Essentials?
  • What is HEPReady Comprehensive?
  • How are courses tailored for the workforce?
  • Why is there a fee for training delivery?

Where: Turning Point Training Room - 142 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy

Parking: Hourly parking is available close by at the Melbourne Museum car park on Nicholson Street. Check rates and book online to save: https://carpark.museumvictoria.com.au/

Cost: Free - Talking Point is a free seminar series but registrations are essential.

Register here to attend this Talking Point seminar or register for the online webinar here