*** Important Changes ***
The Change Your Impact program is going ahead.
Through all the changes to the way we communicate and deliver services we have experienced in the last month, we feel that this program is more important than ever.
As we are unable to conduct the face-to-face sessions at this time, we are offering three pre-course online workshops that will explore the core topics — politics, advocacy and communication — through the lens of the COVID-19 pandemic.
These short workshops give you the opportunity connect with other participants, gain resources and explore strategic thinking as the situation plays out locally, nationally and internationally. The first workshop on Thursday 28 April is focussed on politics and the COVID-19 crisis.
Make your presence felt. Be the changemaker.
The Change Your Impact program will give you the opportunity to explore strategic thinking through politics, advocacy and communication. We will match you up with a mentor who will guide you and support you through the program.
Change Your Impact is an innovative new program for those that work in and with community services that will equip you with the skills and confidence to emerge as a leader in the workplace. Following a successful pilot program in 2019 in the North and South of the state, Change Your Impact has been refined and improved for the year ahead.
Tasmania’s community services industry is fast-growing and dynamic. As part of the industry you have the opportunity to become an effective advocate for Tasmanians.
The Change Your Impact program for emerging leaders runs across three specialised sessions designed to challenge your thinking, promote strategic advocacy and hone leadership skills. An additional full-day hypothetical workshop will consolidate your learning.
TasCOSS Members $638 (incl. GST)
Non-Members $1,089 (incl. GST)
Not a TasCOSS Member? Find out more about TasCOSS Member Benefits.
To register your interest in the Change Your Impact program, please complete the Expression of Interest form.
For more information, please contact Bridget Delaney, Community Sector Development Officer, on (03) 6169 9506 or email Bridget.