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Dual Diagnosis Training

George Patriki provides both LIVE and ONLINE training & professional development for General Practitioners as well as the health care, welfare and social service industries on the Gold Coast, throughout Australia and to 116 countries in the world.

Live webinars are also available for organisations for up to 25 people. Email us for enquires.

To obtain a certificate of attendance and also qualify for 12 points (ONLINE) or up to 15 points (Live) of CPD (Continuing Professional Development) for their professional peak body (APS, ACA, AASW, CPA, PACFA, ACWA etc), you must complete the full 2 days of intensive training, either LIVE or ONLINE.

When you have completed the course, please email me the statement from the learning platform so I can send you an official certificate from the Optimal Health Group for your professional development points.

This advanced training covers all of the current evidence based, best practice in in Addiction, Substance Abuse and Mental Health from an integrated, holistic framework.

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Queensland Traffic Offenders Program

QTOP – Queensland Traffic Offenders Program is our sister program for residents located in the sunshine state.

Fully recognised in Court – Magistrate Approved – Multi National Award-Winning Program – 2 x Australian Road Safety Awards & 2 x Queensland Road Safety Awards.

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Our purpose ‘to drive a positive future for all Queenslanders’ is at the core of everything we do.

This guides our strategy, operations and product offering, and the way our people show up every day.

Whether that is through the work of our roadside assistance teams who get thousands of our members back on the road, our teams on the phone in our Queensland-based call centre and in our stores supporting members with their insurance, roadside and banking needs.

The support of our members enables us to fund our advocacy, education, community and Foundation work which makes a significant contribution to all Queenslanders.

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Queensland Rugby League

The Queensland Rugby League is the governing body for the game of rugby league in Queensland. The QRL contributes to the development of talented players and provides participation pathways for all from the grassroots to elite level. It also manages the Queensland Maroons.

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Magistrates Court of Western Australia

The Magistrates Court of Western Australia deals with adults, aged 18 or over, required to appear in court after being charged with a criminal offence.

Some criminal offences are known as 'simple offences' and will be dealt with in the Magistrates Court.

More serious criminal offences, known as 'indictable offences', commence in the Magistrates Court. While some of these offences (known as 'either way' offences) may be dealt with in the Magistrates Court, the most serious offences must be sent on to be heard in the District or Supreme Courts.

The Magistrates Court deals with civil matters involving claims up to $75,000. For minor cases, the jurisdictional limit of the Magistrates Court is $10,000.

The Magistrates Court also deals with consumer/trader claims of $75,000 or less, and minor case consumer/trader claims of $10,000 or less.

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Magistrates Court of Queensland

The Magistrates Court is the first level of the Queensland Courts system and hears about 94% of court cases. Most criminal cases are first heard in this court in some form. Most civil actions are also heard here.

Unlike the Supreme and District Courts, Magistrates Courts have no jury. Therefore, the magistrate makes all decisions in criminal matters, including any penalty.

The magistrate also makes all decisions in civil matters, including an order that one side pay the other money or perform certain actions to rectify a problem.

Magistrates Courts can hear cases in around 130 locations throughout Queensland. Find your local courthouse.

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City of Gold Coast

Providing the Gold Coast and Southport areas with Traffic Offender Programs for increased safety and court service.

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