We love facilitating our trainings. And it seems you’ve really enjoyed them too! Over the past 10 years, our workshops have averaged 9.2/10. Here’s what you’ve had to say!

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‘Honestly the best training I have been to – I am going away inspired and informed. Thank you for a great couple of days.’ (Meg Quinn – Case Officer)

‘Fantastic. Scott is brilliant & engaging – great humour & very engaging. The use of activities and props was great. Relevant learning, fun and well presented.’ (Heather Black – Medicare Local)

‘Amazing course that can be adapted for different settings.’ (Sara Distefano – Assessment & Intervention Case Worker)

‘Absolutely skillful. Haven’t come across a more engaging facilitator – well done!’ (Ozlem Guler – Reconnect Officer)

‘Thank you Scott. You are a thoughtful and engaging facilitator. Thoroughly enjoyable training workshop.’ (Kathi McCulloch – Refugee Support Worker)

‘It was the best PD I have been to Scott. It was enjoyed by all who attended. Great job! Positive – informative – excellent.’ (Kim Bekkers – P&C Executive Officer)

‘Scott is an excellent facilitator – I have recommended his training to many others.’ (Youth Support Co-ordinator)

‘Thanks Scott for the best training I have attended in 15 years.’ (Rondah Dam – Youth Connections Worker)

‘Scott is a very good course facilitator – engages well with the group – creates a great learning environment. Attending this course was a pleasure and enjoyable.’ (Jorden – Social Worker)

‘Fantastic 2 days. Facilitator’s style was engaging and constructive. Would recommend training to everyone!’ (Caseworker)

‘Excellent! Well done – best workshop I’ve ever been too!’ (Sarah Hannah – Social Worker)

‘Enjoyed the course. Scott facilitated the course in a way where it was received very well.’ (Lenora Aldridge – Indigenous Advisor)

‘Thoroughly enjoyable, thought provoking and skilling up.’ (Ali Ward – Manager – Community Centre)

‘Thankyou – this has been very enjoyable and gives me a sense that I have some tools that I can use in the workplace or in future practice.’ (Tara Hunter – Counselling Unit Manager)

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