The Advocacy Training and Development Program (ATDP) provides training in Military Advocacy, for members of Ex-Service Organisations (ESO) which offer advocacy services to serving and ex-serving members of the armed forces and their dependants. The program is funded by the Australian Government through the Department of Veterans'' Affairs.
The training program is a Competency Based Training (CBT) program and places a heavy reliance on experiences gained in a working environment. ATDP offers a number of courses in Military Advocacy. The course contains 6 elective Units of Competency; some units have prerequisite Units of Competency. The units are nationally accredited. Completing one or more Units of Competency leads to a Statement of Attainment.
Former TIP graduates can attend a two day ‘Recognition of Prior Learning’ [RPL] [Compensation and/or Welfare Level 2] and have their training accredited on the Single Pathway stream.
Further information please contact ATDP through the website below::