(02) 6620 1800 [email protected]
Leading psychologists specialising in disaster recovery is visiting Lismore

Leading psychologists specialising in disaster recovery is visiting Lismore

Red Cross in collaboration with Headspace is bringing David Younger, one of Australia’s leading clinical and consultant psychologists specialising in disaster recovery, to the Northern Rivers at the end of January. He has experience working with and supporting communities and organisations throughout the country to recover from natural disasters. In 2009, the Black Saturday bushfires came close to where David was living and working, and as a result he became deeply involved in treating and supporting survivors of natural disasters. David works using a strengths-based approach, embedded with a message of hope, and lived experience stories.

Dr Younger’s visit from Tuesday 31St January to Friday 3rd February and will cover locations across the Northern Rivers with a focus on the Lismore LGA.

There are three types of sessions:

  1. Council and Recovery Worker Session – Lismore and Tweed
  2. Business Owner Recovery Session – Lismore
  3. Community Recovery Session at various locations in the Lismore, Richmond Valley and Tweed LGA’s

Please see information below and register through the Eventbrite link for sessions. Attached are digital and print copies of the flyers. Please use to promote the sessions. Please share within your networks including with participants/clients for sessions which may be relevant.

Council and Recovery Worker Session – Lismore and Tweed

This session is aimed at anybody working in local council and/or Flood Recovery support role. Among other things, David will facilitate a conversation to help you understand more about the recovery process, coping with challenges, and supporting the community in the lead up to the anniversary and into the 2nd year. He will also cover what you can do to maintain your overall health and wellbeing. All Recovery workers, social services staff and Council workers very welcome!

Tuesday 31st January 2023, from 10:30am – 12:30pm: Council and Recovery Worker Session, Lismore Heights Bowling Club, 181A High Street, Lismore Heights https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/512548806277.

Business Owners Recovery Session – Lismore

The Business Owners Recovery Session is aimed at supporting the business community in their recovery journey. All too often the additional complexities faced by the business community after a natural disaster are not recognised. This session will provide the opportunity for all business owners to come together to better understand their unique circumstances and to learn strategies that will help navigate the path ahead. He will share lived experience, research and how to support your own health and well being during these trying times. The session will conclude with a Q&A session. All business owners’ are encouraged to attend and are very welcome!

Wednesday 1st February 2023, 7am-9am: Business Owners Recovery Session, Aardvark Brasserie (Old Uni Bar), Southern Cross University, East Lismore https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/512578645527

Community Recovery Sessions – various sessions

The Community Recovery sessions are place based and aim to support participants to understand more about personal and community recovery after a natural disaster like flooding. Dr Younger will help you understand more about coping with the challenges during your recovery, including effects on adults, couples, families, children and young people. He will cover impacts a natural disaster has on the broader community leading up to the anniversary and into the second year. Dr Younger will discuss what you can do to maintain your overall health and wellbeing, recovery related tips and strategies. He will also talk about how communities can best support themselves. At the end of the session, there will be time for Q&A. All community members welcome! Please share with participants who may benefit or be interested.

Tuesday 31st January 2023, 6:00pm – 8:30pm: North & South Lismore Community Recovery Session, Winsome Hotel, 11 Bridge Street, North Lismore https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/512569768977

Wednesday 1st February 2023, 2pm – 4pm: Nimbin & surrounds Community Session, Nimbin Town Hall, 45 Cullen St, Nimbin https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/512590159967

Thursday 2nd February 2023, 5pm – 7pm: East Lismore, Girard’s Hill & surrounds Community Recovery Session, Presbyterian Church Hall, 10 Park Ave, East Lismore https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/512597301327

The full schedule of Dr Younger’s visit is list below.

Tuesday 31st January 2023

10:30am – 12:30pm: Council and Recovery Worker Recovery Session – Lismore & Surrounds, Lismore Heights Bowling Club, 181A High Street, Lismore Heights https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/512548806277

6:30pm – 8:30pm: North & South Lismore Community Recovery Session, Winsome Hotel, 11 Bridge Street, North Lismore https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/512569768977

Wednesday 1st February 2023

7am-9am: Business Owners Recovery Session, Aardvark Brasserie (Old Uni Bar), Southern Cross University, East Lismore https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/512578645527

2pm – 4pm: Nimbin Community Session, Nimbin Town Hall, 45 Cullen St, Nimbin https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/512590159967

6:30pm – 8:30pm: Woodburn Community Session, Woodburn Memorial Hall, 127 River Street, Woodburn https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/512624984127

Thursday 2nd February 2023

9:30am – 11:30am: Wardell Community Session, Wardell CORE, 3 Sinclair St, Wardell https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/512641503537

1pm – 3pm: Coraki Community Session, Coraki Uniting Church, 5/15 Adams St, Coraki https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/512650289817

5pm – 7pm: East Lismore, Girard’s Hill & surrounds Community Recovery Session, Presbyterian Church Hall, 10 Park Ave, East Lismore https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/512597301327

Friday 3rd February 2023

9:30am – 11:30am: Recovery workers, Social service sector and Council staff – Tweed & Surrounds, Murwillumbah Civic Centre Auditorium, 10-14 Tumbulgum Rd, Murwillumbah https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/512560320717

2 – 4pm:  Tweed Heads Community Recovery Session, Tweed Civic Centre Auditorium, Cnr Brett St and, Wharf St, Tweed Heads https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/512669487237

This series of events is a collaboration of the Australian Red Cross and headspace, National Youth Mental Health Foundation and is proudly funded by NSW Government.

 

ACE Murwillumbah offers new summer program

ACE Murwillumbah offers new summer program

Summer Leisure workshops have splashed into ACE Murwillumbah. Discover a taste sensation, free your inner creative, learn a new skill or simplly zen out. Let’s cool off and start the year refreshed.

JANUARY

 

THAI COOKING WORKSHOP
31 January 2023 1 session / $65

 

FEBRUARY

 

BASKET WEAVING BASIC LEVEL
10 February 2023 / 6 sessions / $215

 

MARMALADE AND JAM
17 February 2023 / 1 session / $110

 

HOMEWARES TRANSFORMATION
DECOUPAGE AND STENCILING

27 February 2023 / 1 session / $75
MARCH

 

HOME MADE GNOCCHI
7 March 2023 / 1 session / $65

 

DE-STRESS WITH SOMATIC MINDFULNESS
7 March 2023 / 3 sessions / $120

 

THAI COOKING WORKSHOP
14 March 2023 / 1 session / $65

 

*NEW*
CUCUMBER RELISH AND CHILLI JAM
17 March 2023 / 1 session / $110

 

INTRODUCTION TO AUSLAN
21 March 2023 / 6 sessions / $175
National Suicide Prevention for Seniors Program – Free online training

National Suicide Prevention for Seniors Program – Free online training

Would you know what to do if someone you support was experiencing thoughts of suicide?

Anglicare’s Suicide Prevention for Seniors Program equips those who support older people with the knowledge to help prevent suicide.

The free program offered nationally and includes a general suicide prevention gatekeeper training followed by a workshop contextualising the training for older people. The two parts should only take a total of 3 hours to complete.

The program is funded by the NSW and Australian governments. To be eligible, you need to be working with older people and have internet access.

This program is suited to aged care workers, retirement living staff, pharmacists, geriatricians, GP practice staff (clinical and non-clinical) and anyone who works closely with older people.

This program assumes no prior knowledge in mental health or suicide prevention.

If you are interested, please email Anglicare at [email protected] or visit the Anglicare website.

Call for presentations: 2023 Better Chances Engagement Practice Forum 

Call for presentations: 2023 Better Chances Engagement Practice Forum 

2023 Better Chances Engagement Practice Forum  

Call for presentations and activities  

The Better Chances Forum (BCF) planning group is calling for proposals for presentations, workshops and other activities to include in the 2023 Better Chances Engagement Practice Forum. 

Connect, reflect and share our stories 

This exciting regional forum will be a great opportunity to share, learn and build engagement practice and connection among workers, services and communities supporting children, young people and their families across Bundjalung, Yaegl and Gumbaynggirr Country (Northern Rivers).  

Date: 15 March 2023   

Venue: Ballina RSL Club  

Do you have a story to share?  

Click here to view our 2023 Call for Presentations and Activities Information Sheet

Click here for our BCF Forum – Presentation Application Form

You can complete your application via an online form https://forms.office.com/r/2fVUuvHDdT or by completing and emailing the Application Form to [email protected] 

Your proposal needs to be received by Wednesday 1 February 2023.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss your proposal prior to submitting please contact Ian O’Reilly on 0438 005 798 or email [email protected]      

 

 

Strengthening Days for First Nations early childhood and family support workers 

Strengthening Days for First Nations early childhood and family support workers 

Better Chances Forum (BCF) Strengthening Days are a healing and connection space for First Nations workers. We offer a culturally led space where workers who support children and families in the Northern Rivers of NSW can connect and ‘work together to present our united voice about what we need as Aboriginal workers to support our jarjums and families.’  

Strengthening Days have been held regularly in the Northern Rivers since 2019.  

This is a Better Chances Forum (BCF) project, supported by the Northern Rivers Community Healing Hub, Social Futures, YWCA and NSW Department of Communities and Justice.  

Feedback from Strengthening Days about ‘how we can work better together across cultures’ is shared with BCF members.  

We encourage organisations to support First Nations staff to participate in this development opportunity.  

For more information and to hear about upcoming events contact Social Futures on phone 0429 377 761 or email [email protected]  

Aboriginal artwork

Artwork provided by Graham Toomey, Aboriginal artist of the Wiradjuri and WongaibonNations 

The Family Centre Course Program – Term 1 2023

The Family Centre Course Program – Term 1 2023

Parenting Courses

Circle of Security Parenting

Tuesdays 7 February –21 March 2023, 10am–12pm

A course for parents of children 0–5yrs. The course shows parents/carers how secure parent-child relationships can be supported and strengthened. Parents/carers will learn how to understand their child’s emotional world by learning to read emotional needs, support their child’s ability to manage emotions and enhance the development of their child’s self-esteem. Parents will also learn to honour their own innate wisdom and fulfil their desire for their child to be secure.
7 x 2hour sessions.

The Family Centre, Tweed Heads South 

No Scaredy Cats – Online

Thursdays 16 February – 2 March 2023, 10am–12.30pm

A course to support parents/carers to reduce anxiety and build resilience in children aged 2–12 years old. The course will cover how anxiety develops, how parents/caregivers can take a preventative role in the development of anxiety problems, and how parents/caregivers can support children to develop skills to reduce anxiety and build resilience. 3 x 2.5hour sessions.

Online courses are for Ballina, Byron & Tweed Shire residents

123 Magic & Emotion Coaching

Wednesdays 15 March–29 March 2023,
10.30am–12.30pm

An evidence-based parenting program for parents/carers with children aged from 2–12 years. The program is facilitated over 3 sessions & supports parents/carers to feel more confident to respond to their children’s behaviours. Parents/carers are provided practical strategies to engage with their child in the process of identifying & managing their own emotions, encouraging positive behaviours & building emotional resilience. 3 x 2hour sessions.

The Family Centre, Ballina

Bringing Up Great Kids

Tuesdays 21 February–28 March 2023,
10.30am–12.30pm

Bringing up Great Kids is a parenting course that promotes and supports respectful, caring and nurturing relationships for children aged 0–12. Parents are encouraged to become more reflective and mindful in their parenting approach. The group involves fun and interactive activities that includes key learnings of brain development, attachment theory, self-care and other useful parenting strategies. 6 x 2hour sessions.

The Hub, Ocean Shores Baptist Church

Tuning in to Teens

Tuesdays 21 February – 28 March 2023,
5.30pm–7.30pm

A course for parents/carers of teenagers 12–17 year olds. Tuning in to Teens aims to help you and your adolescent manage the many emotional challenges of this stage of life. We will explore how to manage your own and your adolescent’s emotions in ways that support you to remain close and keep communicating.

By learning these skills, you are less likely to have as much conflict within your family and your teen is more likely to talk to you about the challenging issues they face. 6 x 2hour sessions.

The Family Centre, Tweed Heads South 

 

Family Centre Playgroups

Find connection with other parents/carers and children while learning and playing together. Access to useful information regarding parenting, local services and activities.

Playgroups free and are run during NSW school terms.

Tweed Shire – 9.30am–11.30am

Monday – Tweed Heads
Tuesday – Fingal
Wednesday – Tweed Heads South
Thursday – Murwillumbah

Ballina Shire – 10am–12pm

Wednesday – South Golden Beach
Thursday – Ballina

Relationship Courses

Anger and Emotional Intelligence – Online
Fridays 3 March–17 March 2023, 10am–11.30am

3 day online course for men and women. Content includes: identify what anger is and what it does, what triggers your anger and ways to make it work for you and your relationships. 3 x 1.5hr sessions.

Online courses are for Ballina, Byron & Tweed Shire residents

NEW COURSE
Step Families 101
Wednesday 22 February 2023, 12pm–1pm

Discuss the joys and challenges of your stepfamily with other parents who are in a similar position, and learn some new ways to support the children and each other

Your facilitators are experienced in stepfamily challenges and rewards, and will kick off a discussion about the most important things for the parents to keep in mind to successfully manage their new family.

The Family Centre, Tweed Heads

Courses for Women

Self Esteem to Empower Women
Tuesday 28 March 2023, 9.30am–3.30pm

A 1 day course that assists women to understand: self-esteem and what influences it, unhelpful thinking and how to challenge negative thinking/self-talk and exploring boundaries in relationships. Through information sessions, practical exercises and group discussions we will also explore how self-care can influence our self-esteem and self-worth.

Nullum House, Murwillumbah

Family Centre Information Session

Tuesday 7 March 2023, 10am–11am

Find out about:

Our people and where we are located

Our work with children, young people, families, schools & communities

Our community activities and our partners

Everyone is welcome!

Murwillumbah Community Centre

REGISTER HERE

BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL

For further information on any of our courses please call
9am–12.30pm Monday–Friday
(07) 5524 8711 or go to www.thefamilycentre.org.au

Older People’s Mental Health Scholarships now open

Older People’s Mental Health Scholarships now open

Health Education and Training Institute (HETI) is offering Older People’s Mental Health scholarships in courses or units within its Applied Mental Health Studies framework for Semester 1, 2023.

The scholarships cover 75% of the cost of study and are supported by the NSW Ministry of Health’s Mental Health Branch.

The scholarships are open to:

  • NSW Health professionals providing mental health services to older people and their families/carers
  • aged care staff working within mental health residential aged care partnership services supported by NSW Health funding
  • clinicians providing mental health care to older people through primary health networks.

Applications close on Friday, 16 December 2022.

For further information and to apply, visit the HETI website. 

https://hnc.org.au/news-story/older-peoples-mental-health-scholarships-now-open-xhp/

Serious incident Response  Webinar

Serious incident Response Webinar

3 Bridges Community are offering free training for CHSP services. They are offering a 90 minutes online webinar on Thursday 8 December from 10:00am – 11:30am. Glen will talk through the new reporting system requirements. This webinar is focused on coordinators and senior staff.

Register here: https://www.cognitoforms.com/_3BridgesCommunity/RegistrationFormCHSPTrainingSIRSWebinar

Or contact: [email protected]>

Phone: 0407737535

Free face-to-face workshop on business and financial development for CHSP services

Free face-to-face workshop on business and financial development for CHSP services

Central Coast Sector Support and Development and Price Waterhouse Coopers are presenting a free face-to-face workshop on business and financial development for CHSP services.

This event is free to CHSP providers but other providers can attend for the fee of $100.

This new program provides brilliant insights and information and is ideal for CEOs, CFOs and boards

Where: Merewether Surf House (Newcastle)

When: Thursday 1 December, 8:30am- 3:30pm

Content includes – Part 1 – Business and financial management
The aim of this hands on workshop will be to share:

  • PwC’s latest insights and better practice, focusing on
    • strategy and planning,
    • information systems,
    • budgeting and forecasting,
    • marketing and sales, and
    • governance and risk management.
  • practical solutions to address business challenges; and
  • guidance and tips and tricks.

This session will cover:

  • Key insights from the Business Advisory Services – leveraging learnings from almost 400 providers across Australia
  • Strategic planning and why it’s important
  • Using technology in a way that supports your organisation
  • Basic budgeting in an uncertain environment
  • Key aspects of governance

Part 2 – HR and workforce
The aims of this hands-on workshop is to share:

  • PwC’s latest insights and HR better practice, focusing on:
    • attraction and recruitment,
    • learning and development,
    • engagement and retention, and
    • performance and accountability.
  • industry insights and practical solutions for workforce challenges;
  • practical guidance and tips and tricks; and
  • information regarding other programs available to support providers.

This session will cover:

  • Key insights from the Workforce Advisory Service – what we’ve learned from the 63 providers who’ve completed our program
  • Employee Value Proposition and employer brand
  • Recruitment and community relationships
  • How to create staff engagement with remote workers – culture, reward and recognition, health and wellbeing, career pathways and performance
  • Leveraging collaborative staffing
  • Government programs available to support workforce

You will also receive:

  • Access to all of the tools and templates PwC has developed through the Workforce Advisory Service program.
  • For Home Care providers, as a follow up to this session you can apply for the Workforce Advisory Service. If you participate in this program, you will receive an individualised HR maturity assessment, data visualisations, benchmarking of your workforce data, a 2 hour HR workshop with the PwC team and tailored recommendations for your organisation. Free to participate. You can make an application to access the Workforce Advisory Service here.
  • For all providers, additional funding may be available for PwC to assist with bespoke workforce projects based on insights collected from this workshop and engagement from attending providers.

Booking here https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/pwc-business-development-program-tickets-467223777897

Or contact Jodi Livesley ph: 0429 075 430

Setting the space for safer engagement (October BCF recap)

What do we want to understand from children and young people? Recent Better Chances Forum (BCF) connection meetings have focused on engagement practice. In October 2022 we stopped to think about what we really want to know and understand from children and young people, and to reflect on children and young people’s experience of engaging with us. Twelve BCF members participated in the session and insights from the conversation are summarised below.

  • Support and building trust are important when we are asking children and young people questions about what they want. They need to understand why information is being requested, where the information will go, how it will be used and how we will come back to them about how the information they provided has influenced the service they receive or other changes.
  • Knowing the boundaries can be important to children and young people feeling safe in a conversation. We can challenge traditional boundaries to work with what is right for that child or young person. A follow-up theme was identified about creating boundaries without bias.
  • Support children and young people to regulate – look for opportunities to role model and to share skills and ways to regulate.
  • Follow cultural protocols (and ask about protocols if you are unsure).
  • When we ask questions, we can try to find out about a whole person, not just their needs and not just needs relating to our service.
  • Thinking about language:
    • ask what words mean to people rather than assuming. Keep in mind that words can mean different things to different people (words like transparent, accountable and case management)
    • ask how people would like to be addressed. Sharing your own pro-nouns can be a good way to open this discussion.
  • We need to offer more platforms for children and young people to have a voice, especially First Nations children and young people. This supports accountability.

BCF facilitates monthly connection and reflection spaces for community sector workers. You can connect with BCF via email [email protected].

Grant Opportunity: Aged Care Infection Prevention and Control Training

Grant Opportunity: Aged Care Infection Prevention and Control Training

A grant opportunity is opening soon, to support registered and enrolled nurses in residential aged care to complete specialist Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) training.

Eligible approved providers of residential aged care services, including Multi-Purpose Services and National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flexible Aged Care services, will be able to apply.

Grants will help residential aged care services with:

  • fees for suitable IPC courses
  • wages for study leave and back filling of nurses undertaking training.

The grant opportunity will support more nurses in residential aged care to become IPC leads. Having more trained nurses will support services to prevent and respond to infectious disease outbreaks including influenza and COVID-19.

More information is available in the Forecast Opportunity (P3340) on GrantConnect.

Change Together 2023 workshop dates and 2022 spots still available!

Change Together 2023 workshop dates and 2022 spots still available!

There are still spots available in the ‘Change together – Learning to keep more children safe and families together’ training.

Go to Enrol now on Thrive

2022 spots still available:

  •  Thursday 10 November – Talking with children and young people
  • Tuesday 15 November – Culturally responsive practice
  • Tuesday 22 November – Foundations of child protection     
  • Thursday 24 November – Talking with families

2023 January and February workshop dates

  • Thursday 19 January – Foundations of child protection
  • Wednesday 1 February – Commonly co-occurring issues in child protection
  • Thursday 2 February – Mandatory reporting
  • Tuesday 7 February – Talking with children and young people
  • Tuesday 14 February – Trauma responsive practice
  • Thursday 28 February – Working with families for change
  • February date TBC – Culturally responsive practice

For any questions about the program or to subscribe to the mailing list for updates on new modules please email [email protected]

How do we strengthen the way we engage with children, young people, their families and communities? – Invite to participate in Better Chances Forum Engagement Practice Project Workshops

How do we strengthen the way we engage with children, young people, their families and communities? – Invite to participate in Better Chances Forum Engagement Practice Project Workshops

Better Chances Forum Engagement Practice Project Workshops across the Northern Rivers.
To register please use the online form.

Background

In 2022 the Better Chances Forum (BCF) facilitated workshops with workers and managers from Early Intervention Connect (EIC) Services in Northern NSW.

Four workshops were held in Tweed Heads, Lennox Head, Grafton and online in June 2022. There were 39 participants. Workshops were jointly facilitated by Social Futures and Ngunya Jarjum.

Participants worked in small groups – sharing experiences of successful engagement with a child, young person or family, and discussing what made the engagement successful, followed by larger group discussion about implications for our engagement practice.

Engagement practice themes
What the sector told us was important?

·  Relationships, relationships, relationships

·  Self– determination, empowerment and decision making

·  Working with humanity

·  Practical engagement tips

These insights can be found in the report here.

Where to from here?

Participants were keen to continue working together to develop shared approaches and tools to guide how we engage with children, young people, their families and communities. BCF will host additional workshops to develop a shared practice guide/tools and continue to facilitate reflective practice conversations focused on engagement.

We are also committed to including the voices of children, young people families and communities as we develop our practice together.

 How to participate?

A series of workshops to be held throughout the Northern Rivers. Lunch will be provided at face to face workshops. 

·  Grafton – Wednesday 16 November 2022 – 10:30am – 1:30pm – Vines @ 139 Cafe, Grafton 

·  Ballina – Thursday 8 December 2022- 9:30am – 1:00pm – Ballina Surf Club (within BCF forum)

·  Online (via Teams) – Wednesday 18 January 2023 – 11:00am – 1:00pm (teams invite will be sent upon registration)

·  Tweed – Wednesday 15 February – 10:00am – 1:00pm – Tweed Civic Centre

To register for these free workshops please use the online form.

We encourage you to consider engagement tools/frameworks/guides you currently use before you participate. The intention is to enhance our existing tools by developing a shared tool which can support us with engagement. During the sessions we will take time to discuss:

·  how do our existing tools and frameworks support us to understand and connect with children, young people and families

·  what do we need to support the engagement practice themes identified in the 2022 engagement practice workshops

·  what is needed in shared engagement tools [or a shared practice guide]?

Get involved

e:           [email protected]

w:          socialfutures.org.au/sector-support/

Ian: 0438 005 798
Katrina: 0416 277 244 

NCOSS Election Advocacy Toolkit for 2023 NSW Policy Platform: Working Together for a Fairer NSW

NCOSS Election Advocacy Toolkit for 2023 NSW Policy Platform: Working Together for a Fairer NSW

NCOSS (New South Wales Council of Social Service) is holding a discussion around effective advocacy ahead of the next state election.

This Online discussion will be held on Friday 9 December at 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Register here.

The NSW state election on 25 March 2023 is a real opportunity to work towards a New South Wales where everyone can access the basics, the resources and the supports we all need in order to lead a decent life.

Through consultations and a targeted, comprehensive research agenda, NCOSS has developed a policy platform called ‘Working Together for a Fairer NSW’.

The policy platform sets out how the next NSW Parliament and the social service sector can work together to achieve a fairer NSW.

Join us for a highly useful and timely discussion.

In this hour-long online session, you will learn more about NCOSS’ 2023 NSW election advocacy toolkit, and how to use it in order to optimise your advocacy efforts.

You will hear practical tips from ‘subject matter experts’ on how to best advocate for your ‘asks’ with key decision makers.

Guest speaker/s: to be confirmed

Who should attend

  • Small to medium-sized organisations across the NSW social service sector
  • Community and sector advocates

Register HERE.  

Attendance is free, but RSVP is required. You will receive an online meeting link shortly after registering.

Heads up: NCOSS election advocacy toolkit

The toolkit will be uploaded and available to view on NCOSS website from Friday 25 November. Watch this space!

Queries to: [email protected]