Law for Community Workers
Looking for practical training about the law that's designed for community workers?
Community workers can play a key role in assisting their clients to access legal help. Law for Community Workers is a free education program for community workers in all fields of community work.
The program comprises a series of free webinars about the law, the legal system, and legal procedures. It is legal information for non-lawyers. It aims to help community workers to:
- identify legal problems
- assist their clients to understand the legal system and legal procedures
- understand the range of legal assistance services available in South Australia and
- make timely appropriate referrals for legal assistance and advice.
The webinars focus on key areas of law that are relevant for community workers and their clients. Our current schedule is below. We schedule the program in six month blocks and we change some of the topics in each block. We repeat the most popular topics.
Law for Community Workers Schedule
July - December 2018
The Child Support System
Advance Care Directives
|25 October||Register here|
Frequently Asked Questions
When are the sessions held?
Sessions are usually scheduled from 12.30-1.30pm on Thursdays.
Where are the sessions held?
The sessions are all webinars so you can attend from the convenience of your office or home. We have a new user-friendly webcast system.
How do I register?
Register by using the registration links above.
Who presents the sessions?
The sessions are all presented by lawyers from the Legal Services Commission who are experienced in their field.
Do you provide resources?
A copy of the slides will be provided. We also have online and hard copy resources and publications, that you can access and order for free.
Will you do a session about ... ?
If you would like a session on a particular topic, email the LCW Coordinator to let us know - see email details at the bottom of this page.
Add webinar details to you calender using the easy button on the booking page.
Headphones are recommended.
If you think your workplace might block webinars: talk to your IT team. We suggest that, before the webinar starts, you ask your IT team if you can have access to GoToWebinar as a 'safe site'; or alternatively ask if you can get access for each webinar you want to do. (GoToWebinar is our webinar software program.)
On the day
Before you start - get comfy - grab your lunch and a drink.
Have pen and paper for notes.
Use headphones if you can.
Further Information about Law for Community Workers
For information about the Law for Community Workers program contact the LCW Coordinator, Paula Meegan.
ph. 8111 5749