Media Release: Keeping Aboriginal Children Safe On Country and In Culture

The importance of keeping Aboriginal children and young people in statutory care connected to family, community and country will be the central focus of an event to be hosted by NSW child and family welfare peaks, the Aboriginal Child, Family and Community Care State Secretariat (AbSec) and the Association of Children’s Welfare Agencies (ACWA), on […]

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Foster Carer Training Package Gets a Revamp

Since 2000, prospective foster carers have been attending ‘Shared Stories, Shared Lives’ training, which was developed by ACWA and FACS. However all that is set to change, with the package undergoing a major revamp to ensure it continues to meet the existing and emerging skills needs of the changing out-of-home care sector. Over the past six months […]

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Plenty on the CCWT Calendar During July

In the blink of an eye we are almost halfway through 2017. Which means if you haven’t started working on your professional development goals for this year then you had better get onto it quickly! CCWT has some amazing workshops coming your way in July. One of our new courses, Walking with Clients through Pregnancy […]

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Special Event: Safe – On Country and In Culture

AbSec, ACWA and Fostering NSW are hosting the special event, ‘Safe: On Country and In Culture‘, on June 9 to continue the conversation about the over-representation of Aboriginal children in out-of-home care, and explore ideas for raising awareness about the need for Aboriginal kinship and foster carers to care for Aboriginal kids at times when […]

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