Change Your Impact is an innovative program for community service workers that equips participants with the skills and confidence to emerge as leaders in the workplace.
Investing in people is the missing piece of the puzzle that will enable many more of us to share in the good times, says Kym Goodes.
The two-day TasCOSS State Conference featured a number of dynamic speakers and brought together CEOs, board members, managers and service providers from across the community service industry and further afield.
The annual TasCOSS State Budget Briefing at Hadley’s Orient Hotel was attended by more than 80 Members and supporters. The Honourable Roger Jaensch MP, Minister for Human Services and Minister for Housing, spoke at the event following a presentation from TasCOSS CEO Kym Goodes.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to attend a dynamic Women in Leadership panel event. Join three powerful Tasmanian women as they share their experiences, motivations and expertise.
The report was prepared by TasCOSS and funded by the Department of State Growth to inform understanding of the context, data, solutions and key characteristics of low digital inclusion, as well as the foundation knowledge and entry level capabilities required.
The Policy Conversations series aims to give TasCOSS and the sector an opportunity to share and discuss current state and federal policy issues, and provide a forum to gather input for the sector’s advocacy work, such as submissions and lobbying.
Boost economy by helping low-income earners; don’t hurt us with tax cuts, says Kym Goodes.
Government fails Tasmanians despite Premier’s pledge to share prosperity, says Kym Goodes.