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Be ‘bar work ready in’ just three days!

Be ‘bar work ready in’ just three days!

-The Statement of Attainment in Bar Operations course is being offered free to eligible students. This practical three day course covers the skills and knowledge required to begin your  bar career and get your NSW Responsible service of alcohol (RSA) Certificate.

Successfully complete this short course and receive your RSA interim certificate in order for you to commence employment in the hospitality industry immediately. This course will be delivered at a local venue by a local trainer.

Course outcomes include:

• Gaining a good understanding of the responsibility of selling or serving alcohol.

• Assisting customers.

• Prepare, serve, clean and tidy bars.

This course is free for eligible students.

It will be held at Riverside Function Centre Ballina RSL, 1 Grant Street, Ballina from 13-15 December 2021, over three days from 9am to 3pm. Again, the cost is fully subsidised course for eligible students

The start date is December 13.

Click here to enrol, call 131 601 or visit a campus.

2022 Enrol Now – TAFE NSW Make a real impact on the lives of vulnerable people

2022 Enrol Now – TAFE NSW Make a real impact on the lives of vulnerable people

Nationally recognised Community Services courses will be delivered at the Kingscliff and Murwillumbah TAFE and online.

Turn your passion for Community Services into a rewarding career. Make a real impact on the lives of vulnerable people.

For more information, please call Richard Garlipp from Community Services on (02) 6674 7319 or E: [email protected]

DIPLOMA OF COMMUNITY SERVICES – Part Time – VIRTUAL – TEAMS ONLINE

National Course Code: CHC52015-01V03

Dates: 01/02/2022 – 01/12/2022

Time/Day: Tuesday and Thursday (5:30 pm – 9:00 pm)

Location: Online

Application link: Diploma of Community Services PT  (Click on link and choose next to commence the enrolment process or call 131601 to enrol across the phone.)

DIPLOMA OF COMMUNITY SERVICES 

National Course Code: CHC52015-01V03

Dates: 27/04/2022 – 06/04/2023

Time/Day: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (9:00 am – 3:00 pm)

Location: Murwillumbah Campus

Application link: Diploma of Community Service (Click on link and choose next to commence the enrolment process or call 131601 to enrol across the phone.)

CERTIFICATE IV IN DISABILITY

National Course Code: CHC43115-01V02

Dates: 31/01/2022 – 21/09/2022

Time/Day: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (9:00 am – 2:30 pm)

Location: Murwillumbah Campus

Enrolment link: Certifcate IV in Disability (Click on link and choose next to commence the enrolment process or call 131601 to enrol across the phone.)

CERTIFICATE IV IN YOUTH WORK  

National Course Code: CHC40413-01V04

Dates: 31/01/2022 – 21/09/2022

Time/Day: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (9:00 am – 2:30 pm)

Location: Murwillumbah Campus

Enrolment link: Certifcate IV in Youth Work  (Click on link and choose next to commence the enrolment process or call 131601 to enrol across the phone.)

CERTIFICATE IV IN COMMUNITY SERVICES

National Course Code: CHC42015-01V03

Dates: 31/01/2022 – 21/09/2022

Time/Day: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (9:00 am – 3:00 pm)

Location: Kingscliff Campus

Enrolment link: Cert IV in Community Service  (Click on link and choose next to commence the enrolment process or call 131601 to enrol across the phone.)

Traineeships – Certificate IV in Community Services

Traineeships – Certificate IV in Community Services

TAFE NSW is offering this qualification, reflecting the role of community services workers who design and deliver person-centred services to individuals and/ or groups in our community.  If you are an employer you are encouraged to think about your corporate training needs.

Trainees trained for your business: Employing a trainee is a cost-effective way to fill a skills gap in your business. A trainee provides you with a motivated and career-driven employee who can be trained for the specific needs of your business, helping increase your bottom line and contribute to sustainable growth.

A trainee can be:

  • A new employee
  • Someone you already employ
  • Traineeships are available to anyone over 15 years of age. Full time trainees work and train for an average of 38 hours a week, while part time trainees work and train for at least 15 hours per week.

How to get involved: For more information about the course contact Lisa Dundas, [email protected] or Sue Cross [email protected]

For more information on your corporate training needs and the traineeship:

Phone: 1300045737

Visit: tafensw.edu.au/enterprise

Together: Sharing, Working and Moving – Feedback from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Workers

Together: Sharing, Working and Moving – Feedback from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Workers

How the human services sector can build strong relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workers, organisations and communities

Better Chances Forum (BCF) Strengthening Days for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander family support and early childhood workers have been held in the Northern Rivers in 2019, 2020 and 2021. Over two years, 110 people have participated in face-to-face events and online workshops.

An important part of the Strengthening Days project is sharing collective feedback from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workers with the wider sector about how non-Indigenous services and workers can work more collaboratively alongside Indigenous people, organisations and communities in the most culturally appropriate and supportive way.

This brief includes feedback from 2019/2020 Strengthening Days and builds on a presentation from participants in the first Strengthening Day to over 130 workers and managers at the Regional Better Chances Forum in Lennox Head in June 2019.

The BCF Strengthening Days have been supported by Social Futures, NSW Department of Communities and Justice, YWCA Communities for Children and Northcott, and facilitated by We Al-li.

For more information about BCF or to connect with BCF activities visit the web page or contact [email protected]

Read the Strengthening Days feedback brief here

AbSec is offering Aboriginal Case Management training

AbSec is offering Aboriginal Case Management training

AbSec is the peak organisations for Aboriginal children and families in New South Wales. It works to empower Aboriginal children, young people, families and communities impacted by the child protection system, as well as support a quality Aboriginal community-controlled child and family sector to deliver much-needed support to Aboriginal communities across the state.

AbSec is now offering ACMP (Aboriginal Case Management Policy) Introductory Training.

This is an interactive short course consisting of three training modules that provide an exploration of the ACMP and the role of a caseworker within it. This course identifies key practice approaches and the importance of self-determination when supporting Indigenous children and their communities.

To register for the training or find out more click here.

Macquarie Aged Care Policy Forum Seminar on December 7

Macquarie Aged Care Policy Forum Seminar on December 7

This third seminar in the Macquarie Aged Care Policy Forum series will look at issues concerning the future provision of aged care in the home and community that remain as ‘unfinished business’ from the Aged Care Royal Commission and the Australian Government’s response.

The seminar will be online via Zoom and is free.

It will be held on Tuesday, December 7, from 2 to 4pm.

You can register directly here: Eventbrite: MACPF seminar registration

BCF online Strengthening Day workshop for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander family support and early childhood workers

BCF online Strengthening Day workshop for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander family support and early childhood workers

Better Chances Forum (BCF) is hosting an online strengthening day workshop just for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workers.

The workshop will build on the success of past Strengthening Days and online workshops and offer an opportunity for:

  • self-care and healing
  • networking and connection between workers and collaboration across services
  • yarning about how we connect families with services and support and how we can support children and families with healing
  • continue our discussion about how we would like mainstream services to work alongside us and support us – and continuing this conversation through the Better Chances Forum

Workshop details

Facilitated on Zoom by Antonia and Carlie from We Al-li

1 pm to 3 pm Friday 17 December 2021

Register here and we will send you a calendar appointment with the Zoom link.

 

BCF is convened by Social Futures. We acknowledge funding from NSW Department of Communities and Justice Targeted Earlier Intervention Program supporting this activity.

More information:

Ian O’Reilly on 0438 005 798 or email [email protected]

Web www.socialfutures.org.au/development/better-chances-forum

 

Sticky Stuff – register for upcoming sexual health training

Sticky Stuff – register for upcoming sexual health training

Register for upcoming sexual health training.

Sticky Stuff is training targeted at individuals in youth-facing roles and will provide participants with the skills and confidence to speak with the young people in your service about all areas of sexual health.

We have a session coming up on Thursday, November 25 from 10 am – 12:30 pm. Interested? Follow this link to register and our team will be in contact shortly with further details. Alternatively, you can share the below poster with your workers and they can click the hyperlinked button.

If this date doesn’t suit, please contact the Health team and they will assist in finding you a perfect time to participate.

Sticky Stuff Poster

Drought resilience leaders mentoring program

Drought resilience leaders mentoring program

The Drought Resilience Leaders Mentoring Program connects farmers and people in the agriculture industry from across Australia to share trusted advice and helps tackle common challenges associated with drought, climate change, wellbeing and agricultural practice.

There are 250 people from every corner of rural, regional and remote Australia currently in the Drought Resilience Leaders Mentoring Program.

The program is run by the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation and is looking for both mentors and mentees. So whether you’re looking to set goals for the new year or give back by sharing your experience, there’s a place for you.

Join the program to gain access to this national network and receive personal, tailored support in identifying and achieving your goals.

For more information, go to: https://rural-leaders.org.au/

Applications are open until Sunday, December 5. 

Red Cross is hosting online emergency preparedness forums

Red Cross is hosting online emergency preparedness forums

The Red Cross is hosting sessions with colleagues from emergency response agencies. Representatives from NSW Rural Fire Service, Fire and Rescue NSW, NSW Health and the Rural Adversity Mental Health Program will be joining us to talk about emergency preparedness and to answer people’s questions.

Everyone welcome – please ask community members to register at: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/emergency-preparedness-with-first-responders-tickets-204947512527?aff=ebdsoporgprofile

 

  • Weds 17 Nov 7.00pm-8.30pm    NSW Rural Fire Service and Fire and Rescue NSW​

  • Weds 24 Nov 7.00pm-8.30pm     NSW Health and Rural Adversity Mental Health Program

 

  • Weds 01 Dec 7.00pm-8.30pm     Red Cross Community-led Resilience​

 

TAFE NSW short courses available for 16 to 24 year-olds to learn online/virtual and face-to-face

TAFE NSW short courses available for 16 to 24 year-olds to learn online/virtual and face-to-face

Summer Skills is a fee-free short course program to support skill development over the summer months for school leavers aged between 16 to 24 years.

Whether you plan to attend TAFE NSW, university, have a gap year or are still undecided, we have a course that can give you the skills for a brighter future.

Find more information and eligibility via – Summer Skills Short Courses for School Leavers – TAFE NSW

2022 intake is open for the Aboriginal Cultural Tourism – Certificate III Guiding

2022 intake is open for the Aboriginal Cultural Tourism – Certificate III Guiding

The Aboriginal Cultural Tourism – Certificate III Guiding (SIT30316) will be delivered via combination delivery.

This will include virtual delivery (online)1.5 days per week for 18 weeks and ‘Away from Base’ face-to-face block for one full week.

Become a tour guide with our Certificate III in Guiding. Learn to lead tour groups, provide commentary and share specialised interpretive information on natural, cultural and heritage attractions.  A great opportunity for you mob wanting to be ready for the tourism industry to boom again.

To complete this course you will require:

– access to computer, laptop or tablet with a camera and microphone

– internet / Wi-Fi

– alternatively, you could you access a local TAFE campus to use library.

To Express Interest CLICK LINK 

Red Cross First Responder Webinars

Red Cross First Responder Webinars

Red Cross supports individual, households, communities, and organisations to prepare for future disasters. We may not be able to avoid emergencies but being better prepared can help everyone to feel calmer and more in control.

Please join Australian Red Cross as we host our emergency services colleagues to talk about disaster preparedness, response and recovery, and the importance of working alongside each other to build community resilience.

Online via Zoom – Please register at Eventbrite or by clicking on each of the links below:

• Weds 10 Nov 7.00pm-8.30pm     NSW SES and Volunteer Marine Rescue 

• Weds 17 Nov 7.00pm-8.30pm    NSW Rural Fire Service and Fire and Rescue NSW

• Weds 24 Nov 7.00pm-8.30pm     NSW Health and Rural Adversity Mental Health Program

• Weds 01 Dec 7.00pm-8.30pm     Red Cross Community-led Resilience

Please send any questions before the sessions to [email protected]

Launch your Career – ACE Community Colleges

Launch your Career – ACE Community Colleges

ACE Community Colleges are running a number of Community Care programs. We empower people to reach, grow and maintain their potential every single day.  Positively impact your local community and make a difference out on the front line.

Explore these possibilities

Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing) 

Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability)

Certificate IV in Ageing Support

Certificate IV in Disability

Certificate IV in Leisure and Health

Diploma of Community Services

Infection Control Skill Set

Manual Handling Skill Set

Individual Support – Disability Skill Set

Assist Clients with Medication Skill Set

Induction to Disability

Introduction to Leisure and Health

OVER 50 REAL WORLD JOB OUTCOMES

Aged Care Worker  |  Home Care Worker  |  Disability Support Worker |  Team Leader  |  Care Supervisor  |  Leisure & Recreation Officer | Lifestyle Coordinator  |  Care Manager  + so much more

WHAT IT TAKES

Our Connected Learning and Online Study modes are brilliant.

• Work/life balance

• Online assessment via our easy to use e-learning platform

• Practical in-person workshops

• Work placement opportunities

• Student mentoring from our industry-expert ACE Trainers.

 APPLY NOW #CHANGEYOURWORLD 

TAFE offers fee-free training for Electrical and Refrigeration Apprentices

TAFE offers fee-free training for Electrical and Refrigeration Apprentices

TAFE NSW is offering fee-free training for Electrical & Refrigeration Apprentices – all ages are eligible.

This training is fully funded through TAFE NSW

Course outcomes including:

  • This course is a pathway to the Electrotechnology Electrician Apprenticeship.
  • This course will provide practical hand skills required for Electrotechnology Industry work.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED:

Register your interest today via emailing Electrotechnology Education Administration Support

Mel Johnson: [email protected]

Dates and Session times:

• Start Date: Monday 29th November 2021

• End Date: Thursday 9th December 2021

Class Time: 8:00am – 4:00pm

(Maximum 16 students)

Cost:

This training is Fee Free, eligibility criteria applies.