Who is it for?
Voice at the Table is training for people with intellectual disabilities, acquired brain injury and complex communication needs.
How long is the course?
The course is 6 days long. Each day is 10am-4pm.
Who are the facilitators?
Experienced consumer advocates who have done the training before will lead the training together with Voice at the Table project workers. You will also have a say and help run the training.
Where is it?
Ross House, 247 Flinders Lane, Melbourne or a location of your choice.
The Voice at the Table training is about making sure people with intellectual disability, acquired brain injury or other complex communication needs have the chance to:
- Have their voice heard.
- Sit on committees or boards.
- Give advice and information to governments, services and community groups.
- Make real change happen.
What will I be learning?
The VATT training will help you to learn about:
- Sitting on boards and committees.
- Having your say in meetings.
- Speaking up for people with an intellectual disability.
- How to make change happen.
- Working with government, services and community groups.
How will I learn these things?
- Listen to guest speakers.
- Have fun doing different activities and games.
- Take home information sheets and handouts.
- Help run the training.