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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Introducing Our New Personal Profile Website Feature

You may have noticed that our website has undergone a significant revamp, including a new and improved online registration process for our events and CCWT training courses. But there is another new feature that you may not yet know about. As a website user, you now have your own personal profile which will enable you […]

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Collecting Data… So Much More Than Numbers

Every organisation aspires to delivering quality services. CCWT presenter and impact specialist Beth Stockton outlines the case for measuring outcomes: For many years a ‘do we or don’t we’ debate has existed around measuring outcomes, with human service organisations rightfully concerned about the time and resources required to do it well. While absolutely committed to […]

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New Workshops at CCWT!

Join Mel Harrison from People with Disability Australia (PWD) in her NEW workshop Responding to Sexual Assault for People with Intellectual Disability. This workshop, to be held in Sydney on August 21, will provide professionals who work with people with disability with the information needed to respond appropriately to cases of sexual assault including information […]

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