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News, Resources - 26 June, 2019

Eastern Volunteers Training Calendar

Eastern Volunteers have just released their training calendar for July to December 2019 and are introducing new workshops for staff and volunteers.  These workshops include How to Write Successful Tenders and Submissions and Everything You Need to Know About Volunteer Recruitment. A full list of the workshops can be found here.

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Integrated Care Training Resources Available

The Department of Health and Human Services has launched the first of six online resources on integrated care for the health, community and social services workforce.  Once you are logged in these resources can be completed at your own pace and when it suits you. For more information, visit the Victorian Integrated Care Training website.

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News, Resources - 08 May, 2019

Child Safe Standard Bulletins

The department has released the first in a series of quarterly regulatory information bulletins for organisations in scope of the Child Safe Standards. The purpose of the bulletin is to put a spotlight on issues of concern as identified through the department’s compliance and intelligence data. Learn more…

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News, Resources - 06 May, 2019

Busting the Myths

Created in 2017, Busting the Myths is a short film exploring the myths around violence against women and how gender inequality is underpinned by this.  During filming the advocates involved explored their experience with the legal system and discussed the things they wish lawyers understood about their lived experience, and how gender inequality is not […]

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News, Resources - 24 April, 2019

Consumer Involvement in Case Conferences

Featuring three of the Consumer Reference Group (CRG) members, the video was developed in partnership wit the North East Health Communities as a resource for case conferencing facilitation training. It aims to raise awareness about the importance of effective and ethical engagement of clients and carers in case conference meetings and in the development of […]

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Resources - 01 August, 2018

Evaluation – data collection beyond a survey

                  No pens, no paper and no electronic surveys. There are more ways to gather evaluation data than a survey monkey – who would have thought! The OEPCP team recently tested the seed (or stones in our case) method and we found it to be a really […]

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How Co-Design delivers

How co-design delivers agency, advocacy and real-world impact Collaborating with end-users to clarify problems and develop solutions can be the difference between making something that works – and something that doesn’t. Read this great article by VicHealth about the benefits of taking a Co-design approach. Read more – >  

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Resources - 01 May, 2018

kJ labelling laws in effect in Vic from 1 May plus launch of consumer campaign – “Kilojoules on the menu- Check before you choose”

The Kilojoules on the menu campaign is complementary to the implementation of the Food Amendment (Kilojoule Labelling Scheme and Other Matters) Act 2017, which came into effect on 1 May 2018. Large Victorian fast food and supermarket chains are now required to display the kilojoule content of ready-to-eat food and drinks, along with the average adult […]

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What is Intersectionality? A video resource.

Confused about Intersectionality? Colleagues or students that are new to this concept? Take a look at this. A great introduction to the concept of Intersectionality, this short video was commissioned and produced by Professor Peter Hopkins from Newcastle University in the UK. Watch here.

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