Everyone in Australia benefits from the great work of our Not-for-Profit organisations and their people. If you work in a Not-for-Profit sector, please consider adding your voice to this Workforce Study. It is open to all levels of employees and volunteers. The more people who respond, the more representative and useful the results for growing […]
Students at Sacred Heart College discover a link between cheaper housing prices and street names. See the ABC news site for the full story.
This event held on Thursday 19th October from 1-5pm is targeted at staff within community organisations aiming to improve their financial literacy to better support their clients. Flyer here Financial Literacy Expo
Scholarship Program A human services workforce scholarship is an award of financial aid to support department or sector staff employees to undertake study in an undergraduate or postgraduate course or a course that leads to a qualification. The scholarship covers course fees only. Ethel Temby research grant program The Ethel Temby research grant is […]
All workshops facilitated for SHS workers by the Wodonga Institute of TAFE are listed in LOMA’s Training and Events Calendar. Regional workshops have not been listed as yet and will be published as soon as they are available.
The Naidoc week theme for 2017 is ‘Our Languages Matter‘, aimed at celebrating the important role that Aboriginal languages play in linking people to their land, culture and history. There is increasing concern about the need to preserve and maintain indigenous Australian people’s language and it is hoped that Naidoc week will remind people of […]
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To see what is available, go to SHS Training Calendar and note that the individual listings for training events will also appear on calendar of the LOMA Training & Events pages in the next few days. Don’t forget that if you have to travel more than 200k, your agency can claim reimbursement for costs and information about this is […]
In August 2016 the Victorian Ombudsman began an investigation into the Office of Housing’s management of debts accrued by tenants in their social housing properties. Justice Connect responded by undertaking a survey of people who had debts with OOH and drafted a position paper, ‘Through the Roof: Improving the Office of Housing’s policies and processes for dealing with debt‘ outlining […]
For the full story see the ABC’s online news website.