Member & Community Events & Notices

May 27, 201912:00 am

2019 Resilient Australia Awards

Awards and Grants

    The Resilient Australia Awards help to promote initiatives that enhance disaster resilience in Australia and this year we would love to see a wide range of submissions across our six categories: business, community, school, government, local government and photography.

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    May 27, 20199:00 am

    Position Vacant: Working It Out LGBTI Support and Community Development Officer (Launceston)

    Notices

      Working It Out is recruiting a staff member to work in LGBTI Support and Community Development across the North and North-West regions. We have a 20-year history of engagement with a range of government, education and community service organisations to ensure an inclusive service is delivered to LGBTI Tasmanians and their friends and families.

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      May 27, 201910:00 am / 12:00 pm

      Red Cross Information Session: What is Modern Slavery? (Burnie)

      Burnie LINC
      30 Alexander St | Burnie | TAS 7320
      Events

        Modern slavery is occurring in Tasmania, however it’s going unreported. Learn how to recognise the warning signs of modern slavery – human trafficking, labour exploitation, servitude and forced marriage.

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        May 28, 201910:00 am / 12:00 pm

        Invitation to Conversations with State Mental Health and Alcohol and Drug Services Staff

        Mental Health Carers Tasmania
        Ground Floor, 2 Terry St Glenorchy 7010
        03 6228 7448 Events
        • Email for more information

          admin@mentalhealthcarerstas.org.au

        https://mentalhealthcarerstas.org.au/conversation-with-state-mental-health-and-alcohol-and-drug-services-staff-hobart/

        The next statewide conversations will be held at Mental Health Carers Tasmania on Tuesday 28 May. The topic for this session will be the NDIS.

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        May 29, 201912:00 am

        Lifeline Domestic Violence Alert Training – Working with Women with Disabilities Stream (Hobart)

        Training

          To be eligible to attend, participants must work or volunteer in the health/allied health, community,  education, childcare and frontline capacity roles supporting the general community. Preference will be given to applicants who work or volunteer with women with disabilities.

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          May 30, 20193:30 pm / 5:00 pm

          Red Cross Information Session: What is Modern Slavery? (Smithton)

          Smithton Library
          34-140 Nelson Street, Smithton, Tasmania, 7330
          Events

            Modern slavery is occurring in Tasmania, however it’s going unreported. Learn how to recognise the warning signs of modern slavery – human trafficking, labour exploitation, servitude and forced marriage.

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            May 31, 201912:00 am

            Opportunity to Contribute to a National Disability Strategy from 2020

            Expressions of Interest

              Australian governments are asking people to help shape the future of Australian disability policy for 2020 and beyond. The Strategy is about creating a more inclusive society that enables Australians with disability to fulfil their potential as equal citizens. It guides governments and other organisations to build the wellbeing of people with disability and their carers.

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              May 31, 201912:00 am

              Position Vacant: ACOSS Marketing, Communications and Events Coordinator (Sydney)

              Notices

                The Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) is a national advocate for action to reduce poverty and inequality and national peak body for the community services sector. ACOSS’s vision is for a fair, inclusive and sustainable Australia where all individuals and communities can participate in and benefit from social and economic life.

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                June 3, 201912:00 am

                Lifeline Domestic Violence Alert Training – Indigenous Workshop (Leprena & Karadi)

                Training

                  During the workshop, and whilst considering the context of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, you'll learn how to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence, how to respond to someone subjected to domestic and family violence, and what best practice methods should be used to refer Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and their children on to the most appropriate support service.

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                  June 3, 20195:00 pm

                  Contribute to the Cultural and Creative Industries Strategy

                  Calls for Input

                    The Department of State Growth is developing a renewed Cultural and Creative Industries Strategy. To take part in this process you can contributing to our online discussion platform and survey and/or provide a written submission.

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                    June 4, 20192:00 pm / 4:00 pm

                    Red Cross Information Session: What is Modern Slavery? (Devonport)

                    Devonport Library
                    Level 1 (Melrose Room), 137 Rooke Street, Devonport, Tasmania, 7310
                    Events

                      Modern slavery is occurring in Tasmania, however it’s going unreported. Learn how to recognise the warning signs of modern slavery – human trafficking, labour exploitation, servitude and forced marriage.

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                      June 4, 20194:30 pm / 6:00 pm

                      Paul Dillon: Alcohol and Other Drugs Presentation

                      UTAS Newnham Campus
                      Newnham Drive, Newnham
                      Events

                        A presentation by Paul Dillon of interest to teachers, school nurses and health or AOD organisations that are involved in school health and ATOD education. The focus of Paul Dillon’s presentation is the role teachers, the school and the wider community can realistically play in the prevention of alcohol and other drug use.

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                        June 5, 201912:00 am

                        Glenview Community Services — Certificate III Training Opportunity

                        Glenview Inc
                        2-10 Windsor Street - Glenorchy Tasmania 7010
                        Training

                          Join us at Glenview Community Services in Glenorchy for a specialised Certificate III training opportunity offered in conjunction with TasTAFE (RTO Code 60142).

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                          June 6, 201912:00 am

                          Brothers Standing Tall (Leprena)

                          Events

                            This is a two-hour interactive presentation on family violence specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men. The presentation provides a space for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men to learn and talk about family violence and the impact on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families, giving the basis to start reflecting on what you can do to prevent family violence in your community.

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                            June 6, 201912:00 am

                            Lifeline Domestic Violence Training – Aware (Hobart)

                            Training

                              What will I learn? You will walk away with a basic understanding of these issues, and tools that will guide you to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence, providing you with the foundations to assess what you can do as an individual or group to prevent family violence.

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                              June 6, 201912:00 am

                              Lifeline Domestic Violence Alert Training – Indigenous Workshop (Leprena & Karadi)

                              Training

                                During the workshop, and whilst considering the context of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, you'll learn how to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence, how to respond to someone subjected to domestic and family violence, and what best practice methods should be used to refer Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and their children on to the most appropriate support service.

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                                June 6, 201910:00 am / 12:00 pm

                                Family Workshops — Paediatric Rehabilitation

                                Training

                                  Together we will develop a new model for paediatric rehabilitation so children in Tasmania can access high quality rehabilitation, closer to home, and when they most need it.

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                                  June 6, 20191:00 pm / 3:00 pm

                                  Service Provider Workshops — Paediatric Rehabilitation

                                  Training

                                    Together we will develop a new model for paediatric rehabilitation so children in Tasmania can access high quality rehabilitation, closer to home, and when they most need it.

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                                    June 7, 201912:00 am

                                    Lifeline Domestic Violence Alert Training – Indigenous Workshop (Leprena & Karadi)

                                    Training

                                      During the workshop, and whilst considering the context of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, you'll learn how to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence, how to respond to someone subjected to domestic and family violence, and what best practice methods should be used to refer Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and their children on to the most appropriate support service.

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                                      June 8, 201912:00 am

                                      Glenview Community Services — Certificate III Training Opportunity

                                      Glenview Inc
                                      2-10 Windsor Street - Glenorchy Tasmania 7010
                                      Training

                                        Join us at Glenview Community Services in Glenorchy for a specialised Certificate III training opportunity offered in conjunction with TasTAFE (RTO Code 60142).

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                                        June 9, 201912:00 am

                                        SALT – Suicide Prevention Training (Hobart)

                                        Mental Health Carers Tasmania
                                        Ground Floor, 2 Terry St Glenorchy 7010
                                        Training

                                          A two-hour workshop designed to increase suicide prevention skills for mental health carers, consumers and workers.

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                                          June 10, 20199:00 am

                                          Aurora Energy Community Grants: Round 3

                                          Awards and Grants

                                            The Aurora Energy Community Grants: Round 3 offers financial support of up to $5,000 for six eligible applicants who demonstrate that their project or program can make a real, practical and positive difference to the lives of vulnerable Tasmanians.

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                                            June 11, 201912:00 am

                                            ASIST Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (Moonah)

                                            Training

                                              ASIST is an intensive, two-day interactive workshop on suicide first aid. This course is suitable for all kinds of caregivers, including health workers, teachers, community workers, youth workers, volunteers and people responding to family, friends and co-workers in crisis.

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                                              June 11, 201912:00 am

                                              SALT – Suicide Prevention Training (Hobart)

                                              Mental Health Carers Tasmania
                                              Ground Floor, 2 Terry St Glenorchy 7010
                                              Training

                                                A two-hour workshop designed to increase suicide prevention skills for mental health carers, consumers and workers.

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