The Courage to Care program is planned 12 – 24 months in advance.

Our calendar of exhibition programs is arranged in partnership with communities and schools in Victorian regions. If you are interested in hosting or in attending an exhibition, or arranging for incursion workshops to your school or region, contact us!!

Our volunteers are offered ongoing professional development. If you’re interested in joining our enthusiastic team, check our schedule of volunteer training.

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Volunteer training

February 19, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Ongoing professional development is required for all facilitation volunteers, to keep up with procedural changes and for ongoing skill improvement. 
No cost, but bookings are essential to

10 am       Introduction to Courage to Care

For those new to Courage to Care and interested in volunteering, this is a general introduction to what we do, and the various volunteering opportunities

11 am       Fundamentals for Facilitators and Guides

Training for new facilitators and guides — the first step in facilitating at our school workshops. Trainees are are then invited to be mentored as observer/trainees at upcoming programs

11 am       Proficiency development for Facilitators

Further training for experienced facilitators

12 pm      Supervisor training

Preparation for experienced facilitators to take the role of workshop supervisors


February 19, 2017
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
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Jewish Holocaust Centre
13 - 15 Selwyn Street
Elsternwick, 3185
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Program Manager
(03) 9533-0955