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Join us and a panel of industry leaders for a members-only online forum to discuss The cliff: What it means for Queensland's social service sector.
Legal Issues of Capacity in the Health Arena Basic principles of legal capacity are defined and explained and how this relates to informed consent for adults and minors is explored. The legislation used for substitute [...]
Documentation, Report Writing and Attending Court This session provides an overview of best practice for documenting clinical notes and writing reports for court: content, access, storage and litigation. Subpoenas and your obligations are explained. Attending [...]
This event is an opportunity to explore together the Child Protection and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2020.
Join a national gathering of people from across the community for an urgent briefing on the campaign to Raise the Rate for Good. The event will be a national online gathering (via Zoom) of people [...]
QCOSS are about to launch our campaign to see better funding for community organisations that coordinate their local community's access to the No Interest Loan Scheme (NILS).
Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect (including Mandatory Reporting) Children are safest when all the adults around them understand how to play a part in preventing abuse. Do you understand your roles and responsibilities in preventing [...]
Learn how to access and engage with a certified interpreter by joining us for this free webinar.
FREE QUT WEBINAR: What can Australian charities learn from Canadian audits of charities involved in advocacy?
What can Australian charities learn from Canadian audits of charities involved in advocacy? REGISTER In its 2012 budget, Canada’s Conservative (Harper) government set aside a special allocation of $13.4 million dollars to audit “political activities” [...]