You could win one of four $50 gift vouchers.
We are planning our schedule of professional development and training for the Tasmanian ATOD sector over the next two years. To ensure that we are meeting the needs of the sector, we would appreciate your participation in our survey.
Your input will help us tailor our calendar of training programs and ensure that they address the most pressing issues for the sector.
By completing the survey, you will have the opportunity to enter into a draw to win one of four $50 gift vouchers. To be eligible for the prize draw, please ensure that you have fully completed the survey.
All responses will be used for internal purposes only and any insights shared with the sector will be de-identified to ensure confidentiality. The survey should take approximately 5-8 minutes to complete.
We’d like to get as much input from the sector as possible, so please share this survey with your colleagues. You can also download and print a poster for your workplace.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Dan Vautin, your Sector Development Manager, at email@example.com.
Thank you in advance for your time and input.
Sector Development ManagerA compassionate and energetic people leader and teammate, Dan fights with quiet integrity for what is right. He does so with humour and humility, thinking deeply and widely, all the while keeping things fun with a sprinkling of dad jokes. Dan balances serious intelligence with a light heart and an open mind.Read more✖
A compassionate and energetic people leader and teammate, Dan fights with quiet integrity for what is right. He does so with humour and humility, thinking deeply and widely, all the while keeping things fun with a sprinkling of dad jokes. Dan balances serious intelligence with a light heart and an open mind. Curiosity keeps him moving forward – and he is currently studying a Bachelor of Science in Psychological Science at Swinburne University. One of a rare breed of people who can play in both the strategic and operational spaces with ease, Dan has been responsible throughout his career for the development and execution of ideas ranging from start-up business development to AOD pilot program creation. Whether managing the operations of the worlds largest wild-caught abalone exporter or playing an integral role in the early days of the Mates4Mates veterans charity in Tasmania, people have been central to Dan’s work. Dan would love to see a future where everyone feels a sense of belonging and connection. Career highlights:
- More than doubled the funding, delivering a sustainable future for a key ATOD primary prevention program in Tasmania
- Successfully brought the Alcohol and Other Drug Cognitive Enhancement program to pilot stage in Tasmanian community-managed ATOD treatment services.
- Learning that the heart has 40,000 neurons, effectively being a second brain in the body. Mind blown!
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