CBR Certificate Level 4 Graduation
Purpose of Community Based Rehabilitation Training
The aim of the program is to prepare participants (Inservice Teachers, Community Health Workers and CBR Field Workers) to acquire basic CBR skills to identify, assess and manage the children and adults with
disabilities in the communities and be able to make referrals to the nearest IERC or Health Centre for further diagnostic tests, treatments and/or rehabilitation.
The program also aims to give participants the knowledge and skills to support and empower persons with disabilities and their families so persons with disabilities can participate meaning fully in an inclusive society. The training program was offered in flexible mode. Participants attended intensive residential sessions during the set dates each year and do assessment tasks at their work place and this was followed up by the practical assessments.
In 2016, 20 participants were enrolled for CBR certificate 4 course, the course ended last year in 2018 and we are graduating 13 out of 20 (9 TSC staff and 4 non-TSC staff).
- Mental Health
- Primary Eye/Vision
- Child Care and Safety Protections
- Physical Disability
- United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD)
- Basic First AidCBR Activity Planning and Data ManagementProject
- ManagementCommunication and Interpersonal skills
Community Based Rehabilitation trainers sincerely acknowledge;
- Callan Services National Unit project managers and finance section for the finance that allowed this course to be conducted.
- 8 Inclusive Education Resource Centres where the graduands come from: (Buka, Rabaul, Vanimo, Kiunga,
- Morobe, Mingende, Mt Hagen and Mendi).
- Christian Brothers Oceania Province: Founder of the organisation and services provided for persons with disabilities in the Network of Callan Services.
- The Funding partners: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Edmund Rice Foundation Australia, Christian Brothers Oceania Province, DKA Austria, CBMNZ Aid and Light for the World.
Compiled by Br Desmond Taboeya on behalf of the Graduation Committee
(Peter Sindu, Saimonah Mokupe, Jane Saun)