Member & Community Calendar

25 January 20215:00 pm

Mental Health Council of Tasmania Community Wellbeing Grant Program

Awards and Grants

    The Mental Health Council of Tasmania have launched the Community Wellbeing Grant Program. The grant program is open to local community not-for-profit organisations and designed to facilitate local activities or events that will support communities to feel connected, build resilience and promote wellbeing.

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    29 January 2021

    Position Vacant: Case Navigator — Employment and Wellbeing (Re-advertised)

    Expressions of Interest
    • Email for more information

      jane.crosswell@rsltas.org.au

    https://www.seek.com.au/job/51262039?type=standout#searchRequestToken=bccb7634-8902-4fb9-8cc1-f9bf2f145813

    RSL Tasmania are re-advertising the role for a a Case Navigator — Employment and Wellbeing. This is a part time role based on 30 hours per week with a pay rate of $65-$70k (pro-rata) plus superannuation.

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    12 February 20215:00 pm

    26TEN Employer Grants

    Online Awards and Grants
      https://26ten.tas.gov.au/build-your-business/Pages/grants.aspx

      Tasmanian employers have the opportunity to build up the literacy, numeracy and digital skills of their workforce with up to $50,000 available through the latest round of 26TEN Employer Grants. The 2020-21 26TEN Employer Grants round can be used to help employers and peak bodies build the literacy, numeracy, and digital skills of their paid and volunteer workforces.

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      16 February 20211:00 pm / 2:00 pm

      Home Fire Safety Training — Risk Assessment and Risk Reduction

      Online Training

        Free one-hour online training session for workers, volunteers, and carers of Tasmania. This session is provided by Lesley King, Manager Home Fire Risks in the Community Project, of the Tasmania Fire Service. This training will be beneficial to people working in the aged care, community services, health and housing sectors.

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        17 February 20211:00 pm / 2:00 pm

        Home Fire Safety Training — Risk Assessment and Risk Reduction

        Online Training

          Free one-hour online training session for workers, volunteers, and carers of Tasmania. This session is provided by Lesley King, Manager Home Fire Risks in the Community Project, of the Tasmania Fire Service. This training will be beneficial to people working in the aged care, community services, health and housing sectors.

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          31 March 20215:00 pm

          Inquiry into the Education Department’s Responses to Child Sexual Abuse

          Calls for Input

            On 27 August 2020, the Deputy Premier and Minister for Education and Training Jeremy Rockliff announced an independent inquiry into the Department of Education’s responses to child sexual abuse in Tasmanian Government Schools. The inquiry welcomes the views of any interested parties, including survivors, and invites public submissions.

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            31 May 2021

            International Student Support Quick Response Grant

            Notices

              Study Tasmania in partnership with the Hobart City Council has launched the International Student Support Quick Response Grant. The grant provides funding of up to $2,000 to support community organisations and groups to deliver activities, projects, programs and initiatives that assist international students with response and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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