Centre for Community Welfare Training
The Centre for Community Welfare Training (CCWT) provides cost effective and accessible training opportunities for people working across the community welfare sector in NSW, in particular those working with vulnerable children, young people and families. CCWT is the training arm of the Association of Children's Welfare Agencies (ACWA), a Registered Training Organisation.
CCWT provides both short courses and In-House training as well as specialised programs, coaching and supervision.
If you are booking into face-to-face training please read our COVID-19 safety protocols before attending.
ACWA Announces New Project Aimed at Delivering Stronger Outcomes for Vulnerable Children and Young People with Disability
ACWA is pleased to announce details of a key sector project we are undertaking, ‘Falling through the gaps? Delivering the best possible outcomes for vulnerable children and young people with disability’. The core purpose of this collaborative initiative, which will commence in November, is to identify practical pathways, initiatives, tools, training and other resources that […]Read more
Letter to Minister Seeks Family Preservation Program Funding Certainty
ACWA has written to the Minister for Families, Communities and Disability Services, Gareth Ward, seeking urgent and favourable advice on the future funding of intensive family preservation and support related programs. This letter puts forward the case for why the Government should be guaranteeing the ongoing funding of these critical services, and also demonstrates the […]Read more
Joint Announcement: New Telepractice Collaborative Venture to Support Children and Families Across Australia
ACWA is very pleased to be working with other agencies on this important collaborative initiative that will bring enormous benefits to the community. – Steve Kinmond, ACWA CEO Now more than ever, children and families need support. Through COVID-19 there has been an increase in families experiencing a range of significant hardships, greatly reduced face-to-face […]Read more