Funded by Community Sector Banking 2019 Social Investment Grants Program and in partnership with Survey Matters, we have produced a series of short educational… Read More
In June 2020, NCOSS commenced a multi-part online series to support the community sector’s evolving learning needs, brought about by the COVID-19 global pandemic. Here… Read More
We have compiled this living resource to provide the latest information on COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) relevant to the health and community services sector and help… Read More
NCOSS supports a diverse, innovative and collaborative Community Sector We do this by advocating for a regulatory, funding and operating environment that sustains a strong,… Read More
Introducing Stories of Organisational Change & Good Practice As the community services sector continues to adapt to the ever-changing environment in which we operate, NCOSS… Read More
Are you a TEI-funded provider that’s working to achieve a ‘significant change’ in your service provision as a result of a new TEI contract? If so, the next stage in NCOSS’ TEI Individualised Support is for you.
There are a number of supports available to individuals and communities impacted by the current bushfire crisis in NSW. We have compiled a resource to… Read More
NCOSS has drafted this guide to provide you with tips and reminders in the renegotiation of your service contract. Systemic issuessuch as inadequate indexation, alongside the pragmatic issues of increasing demand and stagnant funding will impact organisations’ economic sustainability if not factored into future service contracts.
The NSW Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) has commenced the TEI recommissioning process; and NCOSS as well as other peaks are working with the Department to ensure that targeted support is provided in areas where it would be of most benefit at this stage.
Have you been to a TEI "Measuring Outcomes, and the Logic that supports it" Practice Workshop yet?
We have announced new training dates for September and October.
Reduced Indexation rates will have dramatic consequences for the NSW social services sector. Some service providers will have to reduce the number of services they are… Read More