Tag Archives: disability; employment; mental health

Staff Training and Development

One of the joys of modern technology is the capacity to reduce the tyranny of distance and allow anyone anywhere to access training. I’m introducing remote training as part of my programs to reduce per head costs and improve staff … Continue reading

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Small Business In Australia.

In the 2012 Reserve Bank review of business it was found that 95% of the two (2) million active businesses in Australia are small businesses. There are 81,000 medium size businesses, defined as those that employ 20 -199 people, with … Continue reading

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Disability Awareness: Fact or Fiction?

I was reading today about a friend of mine who despite being qualified is unable to get interviews. Seems that once employers find about her disability, they baulk at this point. Bill Shorten is reported today as saying that business … Continue reading

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Website Update

I’ve revamped and updated my website, making it more user friendly and interactive. Let me know what you think. http://www.praxisdisabilityconsulting.com.au

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Mental Health Conference. ACAP Conference in Brisbane 2012: Mind over matter Implications for professional training and professional practice.

The Australian College of Applied Psychology will be holding its 5th annual conference focusing on mental health. The conference theme: Mind over matter in mental health: Implications for professional training and professional practice provides scope to develop a conference program … Continue reading

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