You are invited to attend this FREE event to hear about the challenges and successes from the organisations that participated in the Healthy Minds, Healthy Workers Project. This will be an opportunity to learn about the challenges and successes of embedding wellbeing and what steps to take to create a mentally healthy and resilient workforce. Download the forum flyer.
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Healthy Minds, Healthy Workers Forum - Creating a Culture of Wellbeing
Keeping Children Safe, Together | A Child Protection Symposium
SACOSS, CAFWA-SA, SNAICC and DECD, in conjunction with the Australian Centre for Child Protection present ‘Keeping Children Safe, Together’, a Symposium on the state of the Current Child Protection System in South Australia.
Child protection is everyone’s business – we can keep children safe, together
By working collaboratively, professionals who engage with families and adults in other contexts, as well as those who already work in child protection, can refocus on the needs of vulnerable children and make a difference in their lives.
Attendance at the Symposium is a must for senior social service and child protection workers, with the program aimed at middle to senior management staff within DECD, staff of government agencies, staff of non-government organisations working in child protection, mental health, homelessness, youth services and drug and alcohol services, academics working in relevant fields, as well as foster families and kinship carers.
SACOSS 68th AGM
The South Australian Council of Social Service cordially invites you to join the SACOSS Board, Secretariat, Members, and affiliated stakeholders, at the 68th SACOSS Annual General Meeting.
Building Community from the Ground Up - Lessons on Empowerment
SACOSS and Southgate Institute for Health, Society & Equity are proud to present Building Community from the Ground Up featuring Mirai Chaterjee from the Self-Employed Women's Association of India (SEWA).
Workers in South Australia’s community services sector are strongly encouraged to attend this event to gain insights on the community development work of SEWA, and to hear some fantastic local examples of community empowerment.
Registrations essential at https://sacossbuildingcommunity.eventbrite.com.au
Consumer Engagement in Energy and Water Regulation Conference
Consumers belong at the heart of the processes for defining regulated services and service levels, and the prices that are paid for the provision of those services. It is essential for customers to know that the bills they are paying are fair and that they guarantee valued services. Effective consumer engagement is vital to achieving this.
The Conference will feature international keynote speaker Stephen Littlechild, former Director General of Electricity Supply in the UK. Stephen is internationally recognised for his contributions on energy and water consumer engagement in regulation, and is a Fellow at the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge and Emeritus Professor, University of Birmingham.
What would a fair tax system look like? A Public Forum with Richard Denniss
SACOSS, SA Unions and the SEARCH Foundation invite you to attend a public forum to discuss significant taxation reform in Australia.
Register at https://fairtaxforum.eventbrite.com.au
Resilience : A program in Leading Resilient Team Cultures
SACOSS invites leaders and managers from the non-government health and community services sector to enrol in this three workshop leadership program, which will focus on helping individual participants strengthen their own resilience, and shape more resilient workplaces.
It will provide practical strategies and support to senior leaders wanting to build resilience in themselves and their teams.
Download the program flyer here
ReturnToWorkSA scheme Information Session
In November 2014 the Government of South Australia announced that the WorkCover scheme would be replaced by a new, more affordable, sustainable, and less complex scheme effective from July 1 2015. The new scheme marks the biggest changes to the workers' compensation environment in SA in more than 25 years. Are you worried how the new scheme will work?
SACOSS Hardship & Affordability Conference 2015: Energy, Water & Telecommunications
The Conference in 2015 will showcase better practice in addressing hardship and affordability. Recent stakeholder conversations around Australia have identified the need to engage in positive action. This Conference provides the opportunity to consolidate collaborative approaches to prevent financial hardship, facilitate social and financial health and well-being and support businesses in dealing with their customers and communities.
SACOSS Sector Development Leadership Event
SACOSS invites leaders and managers from the non-government health and community services sector to attend this leadership event.
The event will focus on shaping resilient workplaces to manage through change, and continue to thrive in difficult and challenging times.