Talking With Kids About Tricky Topics

Why is mummy in jail? Is my daddy sick because he did those things to us? Why did daddy hit mummy? Why wasn’t mummy able to take care of us? Why hasn’t daddy come to contact visits? When will I be able to go home? Children who have had difficult life experiences have many questions […]

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Time to Boost Your Skills and Knowledge

Whether you are new to the sector or you have years of experience, CCWT offers a wide range of training topics designed to enhance the skills and knowledge of welfare professionals. Here’s what we’ve got on the menu this September. Connecting Kin Date: 11 September Venue: Sydney Presenter: Paula Hayden Target Group: OOHC case workers […]

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Upcoming Training in Regional NSW

This September CCWT is delivering a variety of training opportunities to regional NSW. Check out the following: Staying Safe at Work Date: 5 September Venue: Tamworth Presenter: Donna Bevan Target Group: Open Staying safe at work in our sector means having the tools, practical skills and confidence to effectively manage difficult situations in office, in […]

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Responding to Sexual Assault Against People With Intellectual Disability

Statistics show that people with disability, and primarily people with intellectual disability, are at a higher risk of experiencing sexual assault then their peers. People with Disability Australia Training Manager Mel Harrison writes about her upcoming one-day CCWT workshop aimed at equipping services to effectively support people with intellectual disability who have experienced sexual assault. It […]

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Training Solutions for the Welfare Sector

CCWT’s Training Calendar is jam packed with valuable training opportunities for human sector professionals. It contains something for everyone, from child protection, out-of-home care and family caseworkers to youth workers, counsellors, managers and the range of other professionals who support the work of our sector. Make sure to check out our website to find a […]

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