2020 National Family Group CONFERENCING FORUM
IN the pursuit of best practice
What THE NATIONAL FGC Forum offers the Delegates ....
Aboriginal speakers specialising in providing Family Group Conferencing and Family Finding
Aboriginal families giving personal assessment of their real life FGC experience
Master Classes targeting four key areas of
practice to build on existing skills
A focus on best practice to achieve improved real world outcomes for our kids in care, our families and for our communities
Family Group Conferencing & Aboriginal Family Connections provides an opportunity to engage families in creating & strengthening partnerships which have a common focus to help children grow and thrive
6 & 7 April
$350 per day
$600 for both days
Accommodation available at
The Forum will focus on the benefits and challenges for engaging families in the FGC process and explore strategies to improve outcomes for families.
The Forum will be followed by a 2nd day with a series of Master Classes delivered by Professionals whom work within the FGC area to further enhance practice knowledge and experience of Practitioners.
98% of Delegates stated that they would recommend this Forum to others
Family Group Conferencing Forum
Relationship between Family Group Conferencing and connecting Aboriginal children to family.
Challenges of culture within the FGC and Family Finding process.
Innovative approaches to engaging families in the FGC process.
Panel of experts ad families who have undertaken the family reunification process within the FGC context.
2 hour Master Classes
Delegates choose 3 of the following Master Classes
Me & My Mob Family reunification program
Using Art to map families
Engaging Aboriginal Families
Linking families to communities