TasCOSS Training & Events

Register for the latest TasCOSS training and events below and through the TasCOSS Training & Events Calendar.

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Conversations that Matter: Celebrating Great Practice in the CHSP Sector

Join us over lunch to listen to the ways that CHSP providers have risen to the challenge and come up with creative solutions to continue to provide services to their clients during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ally Smith, CHSP Sector Development Officer, will be interviewing providers about their experiences followed by a Q&A session where you can ask questions.

Conversations that Matter: Celebrating Great Practice in the CHSP Sector

TasCOSS Book Club

The TasCOSS Book Club will focus on leadership, personal development and advocacy through literature and prose. Come along to share your thoughts and reflect on the prescribed resources.

TasCOSS Book Club

Change Your Impact 2021

Change Your Impact is an experiential leadership course which provides you with wrap-around support to grow as a leader in the workplace. Now running for the third consecutive year, the course is designed to introduce you to strategic thinking and application through an advocacy and change framework.

Change Your Impact 2021

Community Services Leadership Course

This program brings together the finest minds in strategic thinking in a series of short workshops. Aimed at CEO's and senior managers, this program will equip you with the necessary skills and knowledge to navigate your organisation through the complex world of funding, politics and stakeholder management.

Community Services Leadership Course

TasCOSS 2021/22 State Budget Briefing

The 2021/22 TasCOSS State Budget Briefing provides you with on-the-day commentary and analysis of the State Budget’s impact on the community services industry.

TasCOSS 2021/22 State Budget Briefing

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Fifth Study into the Social and Economic Impact of Gambling in Tasmania

As a state, Tasmania needs to come up with more effective solutions to address the harms caused by gambling. This means putting gambling harm, the people it affects, and the inequities it is driven by and creates — rather than the current 'informed choices' and 'support' — at the heart of Tasmania’s approaches to addressing harms caused by gambling.
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Senate Standing Committee on Community Affairs Inquiry into the Social Services and Other Legislation Amendment (Extension of Coronavirus Support) Bill 2020

TasCOSS believes that the Coronavirus Supplement should be converted into a permanent increase to the rate of JobSeeker, set at a level above the poverty line. A permanent increase to the JobSeeker rate would be consistent with Australia’s human rights obligations and to the United Nations Convention on Human Rights.
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Too many left out of digital world (The Mercury Talking Point, 17/11/20)

Lift Tasmania off the bottom of the table or we will all pay, says Adrienne Picone.
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