In our response to the Office of the Children’s Guardian’s Regulating Child Safe Organisations discussion paper, ACWA outlines our support for the introduction of mandatory child safe standards in NSW. You can read ACWA’s full submission here.
With the end of financial year fast approaching, now is the perfect time for organisations to invest in staff training through CCWT’s fantastic three courses for the price of two deal. Organisations that enrol any two of their staff members into courses with CCWT before June 28 will be entitled to claim a further one-day […]
The Association of Children’s Welfare Agencies (ACWA) welcomes the appointment of Gareth Ward as Minister for Families, Communities and Disability Services, under the new-look Cabinet announced by NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian this week. CEO Steve Kinmond said ACWA, and the non-government sector as a whole, is eager to work closely with Minister Ward and other […]
ACWA has released a report of our 2018 Education and Out-of-Home Care Roundtable, which brought together sector leaders, representatives from government and non-government agencies, and other key stakeholders, to examine how we can work together to improve the learning outcomes of vulnerable children and young people in NSW. More than 25 people turned out to last […]
ACWA’s CCWT team is eager to hear from regional-based member agencies who may be interested in hosting video conference training sessions to help bring enhanced learning opportunities to participants in rural and remote communities. CCWT wants to use the flexibility of video conferencing technology to bring regional training participants together under the same roof so […]