Auctus provides a range additional services listed below.
Auctus collaborates with Noel Jenson from Keeping it Simply Smart to deliver the updated Child Safe Environment Training, now known as “Through Their Eyes”.
This workshop is a requirement for all Mandated Notifiers in South Australia and outlines new legislative and mandatory requirements for all people working and/or volunteering with children and young people.
The workshop outlines the reporting mechanisms and maintaining a child safe environment where children can feel safe, respected, encouraged, valued and should have the right to feel safe at all times, no matter their environment.
Through Their Eyes training explores how you can prevent and report child abuse and neglect as part of your legal and moral obligations.
Auctus collaborates with Mental Health Partners to deliver Mental Health First Aid Training.
Mental Health illnesses are very common in Australia. For example, 20% of Australians aged 16-85 experience a mental illness in any year, and at least 6 Australians commit suicide each day, with another 30 people attempting to take their own life. This program will assist you to better provide initial support to someone who is developing a mental health problem, or experiencing a mental health crisis.
Auctus collaborates with the Healthcare Learning Centre to provide Medication Support Training.
From looking at what medications are and how to use them safely, to infection prevention and medication legislation, this course will cover everything you need to know about providing and assisting clients with medication. With over 40 years of experience in health, the Healthcare Learning Centre professionals can help with your educational needs.
Auctus collaborates with ‘Etiquette Works’ a business operated by Cherry Wang, an international consultant in both etiquette and personal image. With more than 20 years consulting and training experience working with international companies, Cherry provides professional etiquette training for people in business, in the workplace, at schools and for new migrants to Australia.
Good manners can portray our values and help navigate us in our interaction with people; but etiquette is what make us socially acceptable. Etiquette helps gain respect and create a favourable and lasting impression at work and in our social circle.