Large gathering of local and international child and family specialists to address disadvantage at major conference

After a six-year hiatus, the Association of Children’s Welfare Agencies (ACWA) international conference is making a long-awaited comeback, with a jam-packed program designed to tackle the most critical issues facing vulnerable children, families, and young people. ACWA CEO, Maree Walk, says: “It’s a thrill that we’ve been able to bring back one of the sector’s […]

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Peak Body’s Response to Announcement of Review and ACYP’s Report

CEO of the Association for Children’s Welfare Agencies (ACWA), Maree Walk said the not-for-profit sector welcomed Minister Washington’s announcement of a six-month review into Out of Home Care, including foster care, residential care, and high-cost emergency accommodation. “We’re very optimistic that the review will be a catalyst for a revitalisation of Out of Home Care. […]

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Exciting New 2018 CCWT Training Calendar

Choose from over 275 workshops in 12 learning areas to enhance your skills or to gain a Certificate or Diploma. Courses will be held right across NSW – both within the Sydney area and in many different regional centres. To view all of our training programs for 2018 visit the CCWT website. We look forward to working with […]

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Why a Business Model for Community Sector Services?

CCWT presenter Grace Leotta writes about business models and why they matter: Times have changed. Services are working in an increasingly competitive environment. People who use services expect to have a greater choice in the support they receive and how and by whom that support is provided. In some sectors like disability and aged care, […]

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Upcoming CCWT Events

June at CCWT is packed with amazing workshops that offer expertise, knowledge and skills on topics relating to a range of areas in the community sector. We’ve got workshops targeted for professionals in child protection, family and early intervention, youth workers, out-of-home care workers, counsellors and therapists, admin workers, managers and more. In a nutshell, […]

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