Training and workshops
We provide staff and volunteers the necessary skills to succeed through a range of free workshops covering a vast array of topics from Harm Reduction to Self-Care to First-Aid and Suicide Prevention.
Our workshops for staff and volunteers working with individuals and families at risk or experiencing homelessness leverage the knowledge and expertise of local programs and organizations as well as external facilitators.
These workshops are ideal for those who work with singles, youth, women, families and Indigenous Peoples who are at risk of or experiencing homelessness, such as:
- front-line staff;
- team leads;
- program managers; and
- senior managers.
Some of the workshops offered will be prioritized for Calgary Homeless Foundation (CHF) funded programs as they are considered core training requirements for Case Management Standards.
Workshops are free of charge thanks to the support of the Homelessness Partnering Strategy (HPS).
Spring 2017 Workshops
|First Aid & CPR/AED||Apr. 4, 2017||Full Day 8:30 to 5:00||Heather Brown, About first Aid|
|First Aid & CPR/AED||Apr. 5, 2017||Full Day 8:30 to 5:00||Heather Brown, About first Aid|
|Aboriginal Awareness For All – Circle 1||Apr. 20, 2017||Full Day 8:30 to 4:00||Brad Fisher & Sid Gill, Aboriginal Friendship Centre of Calgary|
|Aboriginal Awareness For All – Circle 2||Apr. 21, 2017||Full Day 8:30 to 4:00||Brad Fisher & Sid Gill, Aboriginal Friendship Centre of Calgary|
|Suicide Intervention||May 2, 2017||Full Day 8:30 to 4:00||Peter Choate|
|Case Management||Jun. 1, 2017||Full Day 8:30 to 4:00||Peter Choate|
|Suicide Intervention||Jun. 15, 2017||Full Day 8:30 to 4:00||Peter Choate|
|SCOLR) is an electronic learning platform for Housing First practitioners across the province of Alberta
The Modules are :
1.Housing First 101
|Whatever time is convenient for you!||Anytime
The trainings are designed to provide a very basic understanding for those who may be new to housing first principles; while offering a light refresh to those within your agency who are more experienced
|Electronic Learning Platform, CHF / Province of Alberta
Email us at email@example.com to get a user login.
If you are interested in attending any of the training, please contact your Manager/Supervisor for information about registering.
- please bring your own lunch;
- refreshments and snacks will be provided; and
- all workshops are at the Calgary Dream Center with free parking at the rear of the building (see location).