TasCOSS Training & Events

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

Alternatively, search the Member & Community Calendar.


Policy Conversation: Change the Story

As Our Watch explains, by taking a primary prevention approach, Australia can change the story of violence against women. We can stop this violence before it starts. Join us to talk about what we can do, as professionals, to prevent violence against women.

Policy Conversation: Change the Story

TasCOSS 2022/23 State Budget Briefing (Hobart & Launceston)

The 2022/23 TasCOSS State Budget Briefing provides you with on-the-day commentary and analysis of the Tasmanian State Budget’s impact on the community services industry. The event will feature presentations from TasCOSS CEO Adrienne Picone and the Minister for Community Services and Development, the Hon Nic Street MP.

TasCOSS 2022/23 State Budget Briefing (Hobart & Launceston)

Information Sessions: Certificate IV Training and Assessment Qualification and EOI Process

TasCOSS is offering a number of funded places in Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116).  This qualification will develop the skills and knowledge needed to understand the VET sector, design learning to meet the needs of learners and enterprises, deliver training and plan and conduct assessments.

Information Sessions: Certificate IV Training and Assessment Qualification and EOI Process

HeLLOTas! Health Literacy for Organisations Workshops

Health literacy is the knowledge and skills needed to successfully navigate our way around these resources and information. When we're sick or unwell, the journey can feel scary or ambiguous. Join the online workshops to hear about the HeLLOTas! Toolkit — a free, online tool that can help you assess and improve your organisation's health literacy.

HeLLOTas! Health Literacy for Organisations Workshops

Change Your Impact 2022

Do you have a burning desire to create meaningful change in Tasmania? Change Your Impact is an innovative program for those that work in and with community services.

Change Your Impact 2022

2022/23 State Budget Policy Conversation

Join Richard Eccleston and the TasCOSS policy team live in conversation to unpack the nitty-gritty of the 2022/23 State Budget. This post-budget online event is free for TasCOSS Members and will feature a presentation from renowned political researcher and commentator Professor Richard Eccleston (Institute for Social Change, University of Tasmania), as well as further analysis on the impact of the budget on community services from TasCOSS. There will also be time allocated for questions.

2022/23 State Budget Policy Conversation

TasCOSS enews Publication Dates

The TasCOSS enews highlights the latest TasCOSS campaigns, workshops and training as well as providing a round-up of upcoming TasCOSS Member events, EOIs, awards, grants and more.

TasCOSS enews Publication Dates

Conversations that Matter: Grow and Strengthen your Board

Are you a new or existing Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) board member in need of a refresher? Do you know what your role entails and what your responsibilities are? Join this one-day interactive workshop facilitated by experienced non-executive director and senior executive Michelle Swallow of Leadership and Change Consultants.

Conversations that Matter: Grow and Strengthen your Board

Latest News


Reducing energy costs will provide a warm glow in winter (Mercury Talking Point, 30/05/22)

The federal and state governments can take important steps to reduce the cost of energy for struggling Tasmanian households, writes Adrienne Picone.
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Federal Budget 2022/23 — Responses from our Industry

See below for responses from: National Shelter Mental Health Council of Tasmania Youth Network of Tasmania National Disability Services National Shelter The 2022/23 federal budget continues to ignore the needs of low-income and vulnerable Australians and again fails to invest in social and affordable housing. We are concerned that the only focus in this budget is on measures that provide
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Response to Draft National Plan to End Violence against Women and Children 

TasCOSS welcomes the development of a National Plan to End Violence against Women and Children (2022-32). While TasCOSS and our members support various aspects of the Plan, in particular the principles underpinning it, we believe there are further priorities for action.
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