As you may have noticed, the 2018 Supporting Survivors by Supporting Staff training was built around core themes, and your answers are important to determine how well our facilitators were able to cover the four themes to follow. 

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* 1. Trauma Informed Care and Practice: Trauma-informed care and practice recognize the need to respond to an individual’s intersecting experiences of trauma, at all levels of support and care and across all settings. Trauma-informed services take into account an understanding of trauma in all aspects of service delivery and place priority on the individual’s safety, choice, and control. Such services create a culture of learning and collaboration.

I gained new knowledge and/or developed new skills related to this core theme.

 
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* 2. Trauma and the Brain: The psychological and neurobiological effects of trauma have significant implications for well-being. Clarity about these concepts assists service providers towards more effective interventions with service users suffering from the aftermath of trauma. An inside look at the developing brain and the neuroscience of memory and trauma.

I gained new knowledge and/or developed new skills related to this Core theme:

 
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* 3. Self-Reflective Practice: Taking the time to reflect, self-reflective practice is a way of studying our own experiences to improve the way we work. Engaging in reflective practice is an excellent way to increase confidence and become a more proactive professional. It also helps improve the quality of care we give and close the gap between theory and practice.

I gained new knowledge and/or developed new skills related to this Core theme:

 
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* 4. Unpacking our Biases, Unconscious and Conscious: Unconscious Biases is defined as a tendency or preference towards a particular perspective, ideology or result, which interferes with our ability to be impartial, unprejudiced, or objective, and of which we are unaware. Furthermore, unchallenged biased beliefs shape the social interactions and may be reinforced by the multitude of facets that make up our cultural norms, our personal experiences, and our environments; this can lead to gender discrimination and negative racial stereotyping, prompting discriminatory attitudes and actions towards women and people of colour.

I gained new knowledge and/or developed new skills related to this Core theme:

 
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* 5. How satisfied were you with the registration process of the 2-Day training?

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* 6. Overall, how satisfied were you with the Holiday Inn facilities?

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* 7. The event was well organized.

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* 8. WomanACT staff and volunteers were helpful and courteous.

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* 9. Were you satisfied with the food served?

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* 10. What did you like most about the training event overall?

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* 11. What did you like least about the training event overall?

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* 12. Do you plan to attend this training again next year?

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* 13. In what ways could this training be improved?

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* 14. Based on the knowledge gained at the training, how likely are you to utilize it in your everyday practice?

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* 15. To what extent did the training aid in educating you about a specific issue?

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* 16. How relevant was the information presented to your day to day work?

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* 17. How likely are you to pass on the knowledge that you learned to staff in your organization?

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* 18. Overall, the training has had a considerable impact on my work or the work of the staff I manage. 

 
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