QCOSS is hosting a not-to-be missed online event responding to the COVID-19 Fiscal and Economic Review.
Below you will find a list of all posts that have been categorised as "Webinar"
Need help writing successful grant or funding applications? Looking for tips to make your funding applications stand out? Want to know more about Skilling Queenslanders for Work and how to apply for funding? Come along to our two-part tender writing webinar.
In celebration of Disability Action Week join QDN and CSIA for a virtual event profiling people with disability, businesses, services and communities who use technology in innovative and inclusive ways to close the disability digital gap.
The Queensland government is proposing new rape and sexual assault laws. The proposed changes have sparked heated debate from organisations, academics and individuals who work with survivors of rape and sexual assault.
This free webinar is targeted at community organisations who may be interested in applying for Skilling Queenslanders for Work funding and are looking for some more information about the program.
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.
In this webinar, learn how banks, payday lendors, consumer leasing companies, Buy Now Pay Later and debt collection agencies are responding to COVID-19, including more information about hardship programs they are offering, as well as No Interest Loans (NILS). Additionally, you can find out where to get help if you are struggling, what your rights are, and COVID-19 scams you should be aware of. Be quick! We expect spots to fill quickly!