The following training workshops are accredited with ACWA for 6 CPE points
SAFE in Oz will be presenting ‘An Introduction To Working With Individuals Who Have Self-Destructive Behaviour’ a 2 day workshop
in partnership with Women’s Health Centre Rockhampton will be presenting in
Rockhampton – 13th & 14th June 2016
Link to Rockhampton Training Workshop Flyer …
Click link to access the Workshop Flyers and an electronic workshop Registration Form is attached for your convenience…
Hi folks, Bidgerdii now has the services of a part time AOD counsellor. This service is free and operates on a fortnightly basis, commencing 16 February.
Attached is the referral form that service.
As a bit of a general update, Bidgerdii has relocated all of its programs to the Richardson Road clinic with all clinical staff now operating from Bolsover Street.
As part of the programs team, the AOD counsellor will operate from the Shop 3 – 287 Richardson Road.
Any queries please contact me on a number below.
Karen Hall – Program Manager – Bidgerdii Community Health Service
P: 49990007 (Richardson Road) – P: 49285043 (CFC)
AOD referral form
For new arrivals, it’s exciting and daunting to come to a new country. There is the promise of peace and a bright future, and the trepidation of navigating a new culture. Am I going to be happy? Are people going to be warm and friendly? Will they understand what I’ve been through?
MDA’s work is based on helping new arrivals overcome the everyday challenges of settling into a new country and working with them to build their futures. We work with individuals and families to access resources and services, providing cultural orientation about Australian life, helping them build networks and engage with their local community.
We do all this with the aim of helping new refugees and migrants regain independence, restore hope and foster that priceless feeling that they belong in their new home. There are many opportunities to explore as a volunteer for MDA.
If you are interested in volunteering with MDA or know someone who is looking for a new challenge please give me a call
Jill Armstrong – Regional Manager – MDA Ltd
Phone: (07) 4921 2222 Mobile 0499 500 322
It’s exciting times at Red Cross. We have positions open across a number of different programs in Rockhampton and in Woorabinda.
One of the team members just told me we’re a leading humanitarian organisation with the most fun people in town. Whilst she was being light-hearted, we do offer competitive salaries, great work conditions, opportunities for development, privileged positions in people’s lives, and of course, we have links into the international humanitarian movement.
It’s not often we have vacancies so here’s a rare opportunity to join the world’s largest humanitarian organisation.
We have current vacancies in Referral for Active Intervention (RAI) Team, Personal Helpers and Mentors (PHaMS) Program and Family Partnerships (Woorabinda).
– Support Worker
– Peer Support Worker
– Case Manager
– Case Worker
– Team Leader
– Senior Regional Practitioner
If you might be interested in coming to work with us, please flick me an email with your resume and we can talk.
Regional Manager (Central Queensland)
1 Canning Street, ROCKHAMPTON QLD 4700
Tel +61 7 4922 8056 | Mobile 0481 036 140 | Fax +61 7 4922 5439 | Email email@example.com
Healthy Minds Program- Central Queensland
Fulltime fixed term contract 6mths
The Psychologist is responsible for ensuring participant access to professional assessments, provision of advice and professional supervision of Wellbeing Facilitators. The psychologist in conjunction with the Program Manager is responsible for ensuring high quality practice that aligns with Recovery and Strengths Based Practice Models and for the development of localised innovative telehealth initiatives.
Please go to our website at www.anglicarecq.org.au
for more information and application details
or contact Sharon Pabis on (07) 4927 8200
Applications close: Monday 22 February 2016
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The Women’s Health Centre, Rockhampton, Girls Time Out, Darumbal Youth Services and the Womens Shelter are combining to hold a Women’s Wellness Expo to celebrate and recognise the achievements of women. This recognition and celebration is the theme for the Women’s Week, in March when International Women’s Day is celebrated and the Qld Government has extended it to the entire week, which is fitting to celebrate all the wonderful and exciting lives we lead and things we do!
We are inviting you to showcase and sell your products at the expo. This would be an opportunity to display to approx. 250 women during the day on March 10 – from 10 am 3 pm.
We will be having displays, workshops, yoga, massage, pampering etc.
Please call me on (07) 49226585 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested and would like to support this inaugural fantastic event!
Please see attached information on the Centacare Transport Program.
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Please see attached some opportunities with Red Cross in Woorabinda. If you would like more information please feel free to contact me.
Janis Frost – Senior Regional Services Manager CQ
1 Canning Street, ROCKHAMPTON QLD 4700
Tel +61 7 4922 8056 | Mobile 0488 990 956| Fax +61 7 4922 5439 | Email email@example.com
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Girls Time out – Young Womens Support Service Inc is recruiting for a 1 day ‘Circle of Security’ Workshop to be held in Mt Morgan onThursday 31st March 2016.
This Circle of Security workshop is part of the Young Empowered Parents (YEP) Program. It focuses on how parent/child relationships can be strengthened and teaches new ways to understand childrens’ needs and behaviours and how to respond to them.
All young parents, mums and dads included are most welcome to attend. T
Please see attached flyer for more information.
Seats are limited so for more information or to book your place – contact Debbie Bickey at the GTO office now on 4922 7236.
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