TasCOSS Library

TasCOSS Members can access the full library of:

  • Delve into The Vault (an online library of TasCOSS documents, reports, analysis and submissions from the past decade and more)
  • Our How To library (an online, searchable resource bursting with instructive information about Outcomes Reporting, related activities and more)

Both libraries offer search and filter options to make sure you find what you’re looking for.

Please note: The Vault uses the free issuu.com website to present documents. You may need to create a free account to access  the full range of functions (including downloading documents). If you don’t wish to create a free issuu account, you can simply add documents to your Internet browser’s favourites list to ensure you can access them when you want them.

Other Resources

COVID-19 Issues Register

TasCOSS is taking on the key coordinating role for the community service industry in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the most important priorities in this is providing a channel to government for the issues you identify across the industry.

Supporting Tasmanians by Supporting our Industry

The Premier’s announcement demonstrates strong leadership that puts the wellbeing of Tasmanians first and will assist to ensure we are well placed to respond to the challenges we will all face in the months ahead.

Tasmania, let’s help each other through this (The Examiner Talking Point, 21/03/20)

By their very nature, Tasmanians are supportive of those in need and the state benefits from a robust community services sector. But the coming months will be a challenging time for all, writes Simone Zell.

COSS Network Statement: As impact of COVID-19 grows, survey shows vital community services sinking with demand

The not-for-profit community service sector provides services we all rely on, both during crisis, and over our lifetimes. Community services include childcare and aged care; as well as support for people in times of great need, such as when they’re escaping domestic violence, facing homelessness or struggling to feed their families.

COVID-19 Community Services Industry Noticeboard

Keep up to date with changes to service arrangements and closures due to the increasing precautions taken by community service organisations in response to COVID-19.