Understanding data visualisation is a critical skill for emerging analysts, data practitioners, and anyone seeking to effectively convey information using supporting data.
Do you still have questions about the Voice to Parliament referendum?
Are you concerned about the Queensland Government’s decision to override the Human Rights Act 2019 (Qld) to house vulnerable children in watchhouses?
Have you ever wondered what the difference between semi-structured or in-depth interviews is? Or what are the differences between inductive and deductive, content or thematic analysis? This Research and Evaluation Network webinar is for you!
Understanding what financial services and supports are available to service users is key to supporting financial resilience and wellbeing.
The HSQF Team will join us to discuss all things quality and compliance, and any updates to the Human Services Quality Framework made in 2023.
Understanding the impact of trauma enables service providers to deliver trauma and healing integrated care for First Nations clients.
Deepen your understanding of when, how and why we should acknowledge the traditional owners of the land you are on in this in-conversation session with First Nations organisation, We al-li.
Community service staff with an interest in research and evaluation are encouraged to join QCOSS for this Research and Evaluation Network webinar, which will focus on cross-cultural evaluation and accountability in the nonprofit context.
It is essential for those in frontline community sector roles to understand safety and care for self when working with communities recovering from trauma.