Skills for regional and remote practices
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Task: Critically analyse the strengths and weaknesses in the delivery of services to remote communities via face to face and virtual service models. Identify within each approach the challenges for the human services worker and professional development strategies for improving regional and remote skills.
In considering each approach Domestic Violence services for women in remote and regional Australiahas been selected as the population groups or service needs.
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