Workshops Home / Services / Services for families / Family programs / Workshops Page ContentCLAN WA free parenting workshopsCLAN WA works alongside families in WA to help build resilience. They offer support to parents who are looking for support in parenting, relationships, reducing isolation or the impact of mental illness.View their website to find explore the family skills workshops available.MercyCare - Stepping Stones Stepping Stones is a free outreach service for children, young people and their families who are experiencing issues that are making them feel sad, upset or stressed.What can Stepping Stones do for you?Provide short and long term support for children, young people and their family with their concerns and issues with day to day living.Give children and young people a voiceDevelop children and young people's social skills, confidence and social groupsProvide children, young people and their families with information that will help them develops kills and strengths on their journey to health and wellbeingView the flyer to find out moreAdult Migrant English Program (AMEP)If you are newly arrived in Australia, everything may feel strange and different. It is difficult to understand a new country and its people without the language.Do you need better English skills? Central AMEP helps many migrants from around the world to learn English. If you would like to book into one of their programs view the flyer hereNew opportunities for womenThe Central Institute of Technology runs a course that assists Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women to develop skills for employment and further study. The Certificate 1 in New Opportunities for Women runs for 15 weeks and covers computing skills, communication, cooking, resume writing, personal development and First Aid. For more information, please view the flyer. Relationships Australia coursesRelationships Australia host a range of courses on a variety of different topics relevant to families. Each course offers skills, knowledge and understanding to families in order to build healthy family relationships. For further information and a list of courses available visit the Relationships Australia website. Behaviour Tonics workshopsBehaviour Tonics provides parents, teachers and parent educators with practical advice and information via training courses and private consultations based in Perth, Behaviour Tonics are specialists in 1-2-3 Magic and Emotion Coaching and are the only licensed practitioner and teacher trainers in WA and NT. Visit the website for further information.Ngala parenting workshopsNgala provides two hour education workshops for parents, grandparents and carers of children 0 to 6 years. Parents come to gain knowledge, learn from other parents and share experiences. Facilitated by a qualified Ngala educator. To see the courses available, view the Ngala websiteNorthern Suburbs Community Legal Centre workshopsThe Northern Suburbs Community Legal Centre is pleased to offer several workshops as part of their community education program. These workshops are aimed at providing education to community groups, to help people better understand Australian law and assist with integration into Australian society. All workshops are presented by lawyers and other community experts and include topics such as 'Elder Abuse', 'Residential Tenancy Issues' and 'Driving in Western Australia'. Visit the Northern Suburbs Community Legal Centre website for further information. Woodworking for womenThe Women Working with Wood Association is running a series of woodworking workshops for women on Saturday afternoons from the Stirling Community Men's Shed. The Association's goal is to support and promote women's involvement in the design and making of fine furniture and wood craft. Contact the City on 9205 8555 for more information.