The Communities for Children’s program is pleased to be able to host this 2hr presentation from the Office of the Children’s Guardian on what it means to be a child safe organisation.
The forum will be presented via Zoom and places will be capped so please register your interest via email [email protected]
The Zoom link will be sent to you one week prior to the forum.
Putting Children First
Child Protection Week Forum: Online session
Wednesday 9 September | 10.00-12.00pm
We are excited to announce the recruitment for the 2021 intake of regional Apprentices and Trainees has commenced and we have great opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members to join Transport NSW.
At Transport for NSW, we are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce which reflects the community and the customer we serve.
These opportunities are for people who identify and are accepted as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander within their community.
If you know of anyone in your community or network who is interested in completing an Apprenticeship or Traineeship through Transport for NSW, please help us in promoting these positions to them!
To find out more, please view our brochure which contains detailed information regarding each of our Apprenticeships/Traineeships.
We have opportunities available across the state and offer the following Programs;
• Business Administration Traineeship
• Civil Construction Apprenticeship
• Heavy Diesel Mechanical Apprenticeship
• Bridge Carpentry Apprenticeship
• Line Marking Traineeship
• Painting and Blasting Traineeship
• Electrical Apprenticeship
• Safety and Environment Traineeship
• Metal Fabricator Apprenticeship
For more information about each program available and what is involved check out the website
Applications will remain open until midnight Sunday 6th September, so don’t miss out!
If you have any enquiries, reach out to us at [email protected]
This seminar will be provided via Zoom
Date: Thursday 17th September
Time: 4:00pm – 5:00pm
CLICK TO REGISTER
Pregnant and breastfeeding women commonly use complementary medicine products (CMPs) including dietary supplements and herbal medicines. This mixed-methods research investigated pregnant and breastfeeding women’s use of CMPs, and specifically focused on women’s CMPs information-seeking behaviours, information sources, and types of information sought. Factors that influenced women’s decision-making, including health literacy, were also examined. Results show that establishing the safety and benefits of CMP use were central to women’s decision-making. Participants had good health literacy skills. They aimed to promote and maintain the health of their babies and themselves, making their decisions in line with the concept of maternal health literacy. They sought information widely but were discerning when evaluating the information collated. Women’s most trusted sources of CMPs information were health care practitioners, government and hospital information, and published research.
Presented by Larisa Barnes, PhD Candidate, University of Sydney School of Pharmacy and Education Support Officer, University Centre for Rural Health
Larisa Barnes, PhD Candidate, submitted her thesis in February and expects her graduation letter any day. A naturopath and researcher by profession, Larisa studied under the supervision of Professor Parisa Aslani (School of Pharmacy), and Emeritus Professor Lesley Barclay and Professor Kirsten McCaffery (School of Public Health) at the University of Sydney. Larisa is passionate about supporting women to make informed decisions regarding their health, and about furthering research into complementary medicine. Larisa has worked as a clinical educator at Southern Cross University and was in naturopathic practice for 17 years. Currently, Larisa works in the multidisciplinary education team at Sydney University’s University Centre for Rural Health in Lismore, Northern NSW and as a Unit Writer for Southern Cross University’s National Centre for Naturopathic Medicine.
Co Authors: Professor Parisa Aslani,
Emeritus Professor Lesley Barclay &
Professor Kirsten McCaffery
For further information please contact
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 6620 7570
Free accreditation Café skills Course for young people aged 16-24.
Starts Thurs 27 Aug – Thursday and Friday
Register your interest now:
Email- [email protected] or call (02) 6625 5800
Empowering Our Boys and Men Through The Didgeridoo.
The Didgeridoo Academy is now a registered provider of the NSW Creative Kids Program!
Parents, guardians and carers can use their $100 voucher for each student aged 5 to 18 years old enrolled in school, for Unlimited Free Access to the Creative Kids Didgeridoo Academy’s Online Package for boys and young men 5- 18 yrs!
We can even who you how to make a didgeridoo if you do not have one.
Check out the website for more information including how to download your Creative Kids Voucher.
Founder, Didgeridoo Academy
Mobile: 040 181 2322
Email: [email protected]
You’re invited to attend an Infrastructure Grants information webinar. We encourage you to attend this webinar if your organisation is considering submitting an application under the September 2020 Clubgrants Category 3 Infrastructure Grants round, which will open Monday 21 September 2020.
The grants team will discuss:
• Where to access clear and concise information on the Program
• What makes an application and organisation eligible under the Program
• What applicants need to prepare before starting an application
• How applications are assessed
• What makes a good application
• Tips on the application process.
The team will also walk applicants through how to login to the online application form and some key points about how the form works.
There will also be the opportunity for you to ask questions about the application process.
There are two dates available. Please click on the relevant link to register your interest.
Tuesday, 25 August 2020 – 10.30am to 12pm
Registration link: https://kapara.rdbk.com.au/landers/6934db.html
Monday, 7 September 2020 – 2pm to 3.30pm
Registration link: https://kapara.rdbk.com.au/landers/2b066d.html
For more information about Infrastructure Grants, please read our Infrastructure Grants Program Guide (PDF, 4.5MB) or contact [email protected]
Opportunity via the Sydney Children’s Hospital Network, to access free Optus SIM cards for
families and young people that do not have the technology to access healthcare via
Numbers are limited and will need to be confirmed with Mel by Monday 31st October.
Each sim cards will:
- have 10 GB of data every 42 days
- have free calls and texts for up to 12 months
- will need to be activated within 6 weeks of receiving them.
If you they have eligible clients that would like to receive a card please contact:
Child and Youth Development Officer (Tues,Thur & Fri)
Integrated Care | Northern NSW Local Health District
Tel 02 6623 0550 |Mob 0423355306
Invitation to participate in a free University of Sydney research study promoting healthy ageing with online yoga classes. The ‘Successful AGEing (SAGE) yoga trial’ aims to measure the effect of two yogaprograms on falls and other measures of health and wellbeing. The yoga programs are taught online via the Zoom app. Participation is for 12 months and is free.
See the attached flyer for more information.
Sector Support and Development, NSW have developed a comprehensive program around Cultural Awareness and Safety with the aim of up skilling Aged Care support services understanding and knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture so they can become agents of social change. The program is designed to help aged care workers understand the cultural barriers clients can face and be more culturally sensitive with clients, families and agencies they work with in this space. Participants will learn strategies for communication and begin their learning journey for diversity.
Click here if you would like more information or to register. Also see attached a flyer.
Are you ambitious, talented and looking to fast-forward your career in a leadership position?
We are currently seeking recent university graduates with a keen commercial mindset, strong communication skills and an unrelenting drive to guide our organisation towards its strategic goals.
Commencing in September 2020, our 18-month intensive Global Management Trainee Programme will position you for an immediate managerial role providing you with exceptional skills to excel within operations, customer partnerships and strategy.
Applications close Friday 28 August. If this sounds like you, please email to express your interest:
People & Culture Coordinator
For more information please see attached flyer