ACWA’s Community Leadership Program turns 10!

ACWA continues our commitment to the development of people working in the community sector with our transformational Community Leadership Program (formerly Emerging Leaders Program), turning great managers into bold and confident leaders who are ready for the challenges ahead. In the last 10 years, more than 150 community and human services professionals have undertaken the […]

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Developing the Skills and Talents of Your Team

Have you started thinking about professional development opportunities for your team in 2019? Making sure that your staff have the skills they need to achieve the best possible outcomes for their clients can often be a time consuming and expensive business. Below are three options that may prove useful for community service organisations looking to […]

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CCWT Wants Your Say on Regional Training Topics

Do you live or work in a regional area of NSW and want to have some input into CCWT’s 2019 Regional Training Calendar? The CCWT team is scheduling courses in the lead up to the release of our 2019 program in early December. If you live in a regional area, we want to hear your […]

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Leadership Program Ignites Student Brain Power

While delegates were learning about the latest in child and family welfare practice at ACWA’s conference last week, there was plenty of cognitive activity taking place back at ACWA headquarters as our 2018 Community Leadership Program class took part in the latest session, Igniting Brains for Leadership, in their seven month leadership and development journey. The […]

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Coming Soon: One to One Pre-Authorisation Training for Kinship Carers

ACWA is delighted to announce the trialling of the latest 2018 version of Shared Lives preauthorisation carer training. Agencies are warmly invited to take part in trialling the new Shared Lives Relative/Kinship One to One package, designed specifically to be delivered to carers in their own homes. The training is based on ACWA’s Shared Lives […]

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