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Training

NCOSS Training

NCOSS is committed to providing high quality training to build the capacity of the sector. You can view our upcoming training or subscribe to our training mailing list to keep updated with training offered by NCOSS.

 

Sector Training

The information below is your guide to training available for the sector, from the sector.

We only have Not-For-Profit organisations listed on this training register. 

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ACTCOSS Workshops & Seminars

ACTCOSS offers a variety of programs and can tailor them to your organisation. Find out more about our learning and development programs.

Visit the website for the latest opportunities and get the ACTCOSS member price if you are an NCOSS member.

Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management (CHC62015)

Develop your skills and get the qualification you need take your career to the next level; and confidently supervise or manage staff and programs across the community services sector. Learn how to be an influential leader who can manage organisational change and innovation to drive continuous improvement and achieve the organisation's goals in line with strategic direction. This course provides experiential, hands on learning using a project based assessment model. 

This qualification has been developed in collaboration with New River; a leading learning organisation focused on leadership capacity building. New River draws on Australian research, leadership thinking, community engagement and strengths-based practice to engage individuals, organisations and communities. 

Please refer to the website for more information

Advanced Negotiation Skills - are you really negotiating?

Training by Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) training

Workshop Covers

Having the skills and confidence to negotiate is an essential part of successful advocacy. You will learn to strengthen your bargaining position through thoughtful planning, developing effective skills, strategies and techniques, and discovering how you can identify your own value and power, in any negotiation.

$125 - $250

Visit the website for more information (This is an external link)

 

Training date(s):
Tuesday 20 June 2017

Australian Association of Social Workers

The Australian Association of Social Workers is the professional representative body of social workers in Australia, with more than 10,000 members. Today, with our nine branches and vibrant community of national committees and practice groups supporting the work of the Association, we cater for the professional needs and interests of our social work members practising in a diverse range of fields, employment and locations.

View AASW Events for upcoming training. 

Australian Federation of Employers and Industries

AFEI training courses cover a wide range of Human Resources, Frontline Management, WHS and general business and workplace management skills.

Visit the website for more information.

Booroongen Djugun College

Booroongen Djugun College conducts industry approved courses that have been especially developed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) students.

Visit the website for more information

Centre for Continuing Education

Choose from hundreds of courses backed by the expertise of the University of Sydney and carefully selected educators who are industry experts in their field. 

Visit the website for more information

Centre for Community Welfare Training

CCWT is the learning and development arm of the Association of Childrens Welfare Agencies and is recognised as the largest not-for-profit, non-government training provider to the community services sector in NSW. 

Visit the website for more information.

Cerebal Palsy Alliance [CPA] Training Alliance

Cerebral Palsy Alliance provides high quality, evidence based training for individuals and organisations in the disability and community sector.  

Visit the website for more information

Child safe training

The Office of the Children's Guardian offers free child safe training sessions for people working or volunteering in child related organisations in NSW. The sessions will provide you with skills and resources to help you establish more effective methods to manage risk and focus on creating safe environments for children and young people.

Topics

Creating a child safe culture Codes of conduct  Situational prevention and effective risk management Effective recruitment and selection tips Obligations under the Working With Children Check Complaints management techniques

These seminars and workshops are FREE but registration is essential.

By clicking on your preferred session you can reserve your place now.

The Office of the Children's Guardian may consider a request from an organisation for specific training or information about the Working With Children Check or child safe organisations.

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