“The 2018 State Election sees Tasmania poised at the brink of having the courage to make this change. We will need courageous leaders whose belief in each one of us gives them the strength to take us there.”
The 2018 State Election has been called for 3 March and TasCOSS will be by your side throughout helping to interpret the policy announcements, pointing out where our sector and Tasmanians are affected and holding our potential parliamentary representatives to account.
Many of you have already spoken with us about how we can support your efforts to highlight your key issues to the political parties and candidates.
Round 1 of the NDIS Providers Development Fund grant program is open for applications.
Community service organisations are increasingly using Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) as a way to outline how they will work in partnership.
The Toolkit contains a range of practical Tools for effectively engaging funders, community service organisations and the users of community services in the Co-Design of programs and services.
TasCOSS Members are now able to access the latest pay tables from Jobs Australia through the TasCOSS website.
Free resources are available to assist community service workers to better help clients with energy costs. Electricity bills continue to be a challenge for Tasmanians living on low incomes and many others.
Social innovation and the social economy can cause great confusion. Many terms are new, overlapping or not that useful in the first place. Our colleagues at VCOSS have put together a series of briefing papers to help fight the confusion.
The DSS discussion paper contains some positive directions, such as suggestions for enhanced training and development for the workers in the FWC sector.