Please see the attached flyer for the upcoming John Armstrong workshop at the Rockhampton Leagues Club; “Towards a Better Life: An exploration of Social Role Valorisation”.
This workshop is especially relevant to disability service providers, people with disabilities, families and carers as Central Queensland continues to prepare for the roll-out of the NDIS.
It’s a great opportunity to learn from a highly respected teacher and practitioner of disability advocacy.
Co-presenter is Sharon Lowe, from Disability Services in Rockhampton.
Numbers are filling up so please get your registration in quickly if you are interested.
SRV 13-14 November 2014
Where: Police-Citizens Youth Club (PCYC)
When: 1pm Saturday October 25
Info: The walk will begin at the PCYC and continue over the Bridge to Riverside Park. The after Walk Celebrations will begin at 1:45 close to the Information Centre near Quay Street.
RSVP & Invite Your Friends
The attached is about a National Day walk in a statement of solidarity with asylum, seekers, refugees and other new Australians.
Two major philanthropic trusts are collaborating to offer up to 320 scholarships to help not-for-profit organisations enhance their governance.
The Perpetual Foundation and JS Love Trust are funding the scholarships which will allow directors and chairs of not-for-profits to attend governance courses run by the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).
A research study by the Centre for Social Impact at the University of Western Australia and the Australian Scholarships Foundation has established links between the scholarship program and improved performance by individual directors and boards.
Applications are open until Monday, 27 October 2014.
The courses will be held in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in February 2015. For more information and to apply, visit www.scholarships.org.au
THE UNTOLD STORIES OF CQUNIVERSITY GRADUATES
CQUniversity is very aware that there are countless ‘Untold Stories’ of graduates who, thanks to their study at the University, are out in the community doing great things.
We’d like to record some of those stories to form a general repository for many CQUni communicators to draw from, showing ‘the difference we make’ in speeches, news releases, ads, funding submissions, brochures etc.
We don’t mind if you are a recent or distant past-grad, or if you took years to complete your studies or even if you just scraped through, we just want to be able to show that skills developed through your education at CQUni, are now being used to improve your life and the lives of others.
If you’re out there making a difference in the world thanks to the time you spent at CQUniversity, we want to hear from you.
Please contact :
Casual Development Officer | Development and Alumni Relations Directorate
CQUniversity Australia, Building 33/G.25, Bruce Highway, North Rockhampton Qld 4702
P +61 07 49232722 (x2722) | E email@example.com
THE UNTOLD STORIES flyer