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Training Facilitator

At Cerebral Palsy Alliance my previous experience and performance has been rewarded with some incredible opportunities.

Having grown up on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, I’d always known of Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA). It was an organisation I’d wanted to work for.

I joined CPA as a Respite House Manager in 2011. From day one, I was able to use my past experience as a Disability Support Practitioner (DSP), Behaviour Support Practitioner and Service Manager to make a difference.

CPA has a strong focus on career development. I’ve had lots of opportunities to learn from participating in focus groups to improve service delivery, which I find really rewarding, to being supported to complete my Certificate IV in Disability and Training and Assessment.

Recently, I made the move to CPA’s Training Alliance team. I’m new to the role of Facilitator. It’s a steep learning curve, but I’m loving the opportunity to learn new things, keep up-to-date with best practice and share my knowledge and experiences with others.

So…where to from here?

For now, I’m happy in my role as a Training Facilitator. Nothing makes me prouder than seeing someone learn new skills or come up with creative ideas after attending one of my workshops.

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