Association of Children's Welfare Agencies
The Association of Children's Welfare Agencies (ACWA) is the NSW non-government peak body representing the voice of community organisations working with vulnerable children, young people and their families.
We work with our members, partners, government and non-government agencies and other peak bodies to bring about positive systemic reform that will deliver better outcomes to the lives of children and young people, including those living in out-of-home care.
Centre for Community Welfare Training
The Centre for Community Welfare Training (CCWT) is a Registered Training Organisation which provides cost effective and accessible training opportunities for people working across the community welfare sector in NSW, in particular those working with vulnerable children, young people and families.
CCWT provides both calendar and in-house training as well as specialised programs, coaching and supervision.
As part of its commitment to respond to the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, the NSW Government is considering legislative reforms to expand the civil liability of institutions for child abuse, and to remove barriers faced by survivors when pursuing civil claims for compensation in NSW. The Department […]Read more
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 […]Read more
Foster Care Week Foster Care Week is an annual event that has been running in NSW since 1990. Coordinated by the Association of Children’s Welfare Agencies (ACWA) with the support of non-government foster care agencies and other partners, Foster Care Week aims to both celebrate and acknowledge the work of NSW’s foster carers and raise […]Read more