Reducing the risk of fire—people with a disability

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Tasmanian Fire Service are delivering a free one-hour online training session for disability carers, assessors, specialist disability accommodation providers and allied health workers on 25 August at 1pm. Tasmania has one of the highest residential fire fatality rates in Australia. People with a disability were 61.8% of total deaths of Australian fire fatalities between 2003-2017. Fire safety information will be

NDIS — Reducing the Risk of Fire

Tasmanian Fire Service

Participate in this free one-hour online training session provided by the Tasmania Fire Service for disability carers, assessors, specialist disability accommodation providers and allied health workers. 

Home Fire Risk Reduction — Aged, Community Care and Housing

Tasmanian Fire Service

The Tasmania Fire Service responds to more than 350 house fires each year. Tasmania has one of the highest residential fire fatality rates in Australia. Participate in this free one-hour online training session in home fire safety for aged, community care and housing workers and volunteers in Tasmania.

Is your Business Digital Ready?

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In response to popular demand, the Digital Ready for Business program has now doubled the amount of free one-on-one digital business coaching hours available to Tasmanian small businesses.

Not-for-Profit Finance Week: 9-13 August 2021

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Not-for-Profit Finance Week, an initiative of Commonwealth Bank and Our Community, is a celebration of ideas, knowledge and financial capacity-building for the $100 billion Australian not-for-profit sector.

Mental Health Families and Friends Tasmania: Conversations about Suicide

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Mental Health Families and Friends Tasmania, through funding from Mental Health Council Tasmania’s Community Wellbeing Grants program, is pleased to offer a Conversations About Suicide training to the Sorell/Tasman Community. This grant program is delivered in partnership with Primary Health Tasmania.

Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) Training: Tullah

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Book now for a free Mentors in Violence Prevention Program Workshop, being held in communities around Tasmania. We can all be part of the solution to gender-based violence, which can sometimes seem an unfixable problem.

Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) Training: Launceston

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Book now for a free Mentors in Violence Prevention Program Workshop, being held in communities around Tasmania. We can all be part of the solution to gender-based violence, which can sometimes seem an unfixable problem.