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CCWT has celebrated the start of our training year in style with a ‘Gold and Black’ themed Calendar Launch. This year’s celebration was extra special as it also marked our 30 th anniversary of...
Human Services Consultant Eleonora De Michele writes about why frontline staff, supervisors and managers working with children and young people need to attend this important CCWT workshop that is...
Explore the most current research and evidence into the existence, prevalence and dynamics of child sexual abuse, both within the family context as well as social media and institutional contexts...
Registrations for ACWA’s 2017 flagship Community Leadership Program (CLP) are now open. Now in its ninth successful year, CLP continues to challenge, nurture and foster new leaders in the commu nity...
Join CREATE Foundation for this half-day course, Voice Your Choice – Supported Decision Making Training for Workers , that will empower and up-skill professionals who are working alongside young...
The NCAT Annual Report 2016 reveals Community Services activity in NCAT continues to rise, and is likely to remain high according to Deputy President and Division Head of the Administrative and Equal...
Last year, for the very first time, CCWT offered training in a groundbreaking format by inviting carers and workers to train together. The workshop focused on breaking down some of the common...
ACWA CEO Andrew McCallum has written a letter to incoming Family and Community Services Minister Pru Goward seeking clarity around issues associated with the tendering of Intensive Therapeutic Care (...
Caryn Walsh outlines some practical skills and tips for you to think about and use in your working lives or even personally: Becoming empowered as a woman is not an overnight sensation. Neither is my...
NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) Deputy President and Division Head of the tribunal’s Administrative and Equal Opportunity Division, Magistrate Nancy Hennessy, will speak with out-of-home...

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