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January 2019

Early Days Workshops – Northern Territory

Wednesday 23 January @ 11:57 pm - Saturday 15 June @ 12:00 am

Early Days is a series of free workshops for parents, grandparents, and families of children (0-6 years) who have an Autism Spectrum Disorder or who are going through the assessment and diagnostic process. Upcoming workshops for 2019 Progression to school Berrimah, Darwin My child and autism (intro) Berrimah, Darwin Understanding Behaviour—Part 1 Berrimah, Darwin Understanding behaviour—Part 2 Berrimah, Darwin Understanding behaviour Alice Springs Tips for everyday living Alice Springs Coping with change Berrimah, Darwin Play and social learning Berrimah, Darwin…

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March 2019

Connecting the Remote Workforce – Webinar Series, 4 sessions

Tuesday 26 March @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
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One event on May 14, 2019 at 11:00am


Connecting the Remote Workforce is a community of practice for people working in remote locations. The registration fee is inclusive of the four webinars; 26th March, 14th May, 16th July & 17th September. It is expected that participants join all four webinars. This is a webinar series, you participate from your home or workplace using your phone, i-pad or desktop computer. Working in a remote location can be exciting and brings many opportunities for professional and personal growth. It can…

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Assessing risk and promoting safety forum – Darwin

Thursday 28 March @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Assessing risk and promoting safety forum – Darwin, 28 March 2019 You are invited to attend an ANROWS forum about domestic and family violence (DFV) risk assessment and management in Darwin on 28 March 2019. The forum will highlight how the National Risk Assessment Principles, produced by ANROWS in 2018, can be used to support the roll-out or review of risk assessment and management approaches.   Find out more and register online.

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April 2019

Company Directors Course

Monday 1 April @ 8:00 am - Friday 5 April @ 5:00 pm
Hilton Darwin, 32 Mitchell Street
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Take away practical tools and frameworks ready for immediate use in your role as a director and within the boardroom. Course materials are updated annually to ensure currency and relevance of the content. The course materials will be available for pre-reading six weeks prior to the course commencing. The course also provides outstanding networking opportunities across a wide variety of industries and sectors. If you’re serious about a career as a director or enhancing your existing directorship knowledge, the Company Directors…

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Governance Foundations for Not-for-Profit Directors

Tuesday 2 April @ 8:00 am - Wednesday 3 April @ 5:00 pm

The Governance Foundations for Not-for-Profit Directors will provide participants with an understanding of fundamental compliance and performance related roles and responsibilities of directors, specifically in the areas of governance, risk, financial performance and strategy. This program is offered over 1.5 days and includes the following 3 courses: Duties and Responsibilities of the Not-for-Profit Director Gain an understanding of the role of the not-for-profit director in governing the organisation and how this differs to the for-profit sector. Understand the potential liability…

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NT Not For Profit Forum

Tuesday 2 April @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Charles Darwin University, Ellengowan Dr, Casuarina NT 0810
Casuarina,Northern Territory0811
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This one-day Forum hosted by Fundraising Institute Australia and Volunteering NT, is designed to equip the Territory’s not for profit leaders with some of the tools and knowledge they need to run an effective not for profit organisation. The theme for the Forum reflects the core attributes that NFP organisations require to not only survive, but thrive in an ever-changing landscape. Date: 2nd April 2019 Time: 8.15am for 8:45am start – 4:00pm (Network Drinks 4:00 – 5:00pm) Venue: CDU Casuarina…

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MBCT – Mindfulness Essentials for Professionals

Wednesday 3 April @ 8:30 am - Friday 5 April @ 4:30 pm
Darwin Innovation Hub, Paspalis Centrepoint, Level 1, 48-50 Smith St Mall
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This 3-day intensive gives you an in-depth experience of mindfulness - for yourself, and for your professional life.  Whether you are a complete beginner, or very experienced mindfulness practitioner, you can learn the subtle aspects of the different layers of mindfulness that can make all the difference to your own inner peace and clarity, and for those you work with and teach. About MBCT - Mindfulness Essentials Is this for you? This course is designed for health professionals, educators, leaders and managers who…

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Darwin Common Cause Workshops

Thursday 4 April @ 12:00 am
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One event on April 5, 2019 at 12:00am

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Introductory Workshop, Thursday 4 April This workshop is for those new to values based campaigning and community engagement. You’ll learn: What values are and how they work How to engage values in order to motivate pro-social and environmental action that is widespread, deep and enduring How to avoid engaging values that discourage social change and action The surprising truths about our fellow citizens’ values and how our perceptions of their values changes how we engage in pro-social and environmental action…

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FREE Multicultural 2 day DV Alert Training

Thursday 4 April @ 12:00 am - Friday 5 April @ 12:00 am
Malak Shopping Centre, 14 Malak Cres
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Lifeline’s upcoming FREE Multicultural 2 day DV Alert  accredited training course is a great training opportunity as the course is specifically tailored to equip frontline staff with the appropriate skills to identify and support those impacted by Domestic & Family Violence. To give you some further insight into the impact that Domestic and family Violence has on individuals and families along with a brief overview of the course by one of our DV Alert trainers, please click on the YouTube…

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Governing to Protect Vulnerable People

Thursday 4 April @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Many institutions have a duty of care to some of the most vulnerable groups in society. This means providing safety, support or simply a stable environment to access services that are vital to children, the aged, the disabled, the homeless, the mentally unwell and many more. In many recent cases, governance failures have frequently undermined the mission and purpose for which institutions exist by allowing exploitation to occur under their watch. Too often, leaders ignored direct requests for help or…

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