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  • Outcomes Measurement Workshop
    09:00 -12:00
    03-05-2017

    515 Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill, Queensland, Australia

    515 Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill, Queensland, Australia

     Lead Your Service to Outcomes Measurement in Six Simple Steps

    – Come & develop your Leadership plan

    Q Shelter and Onward Consulting are pleased to offer this half day workshop on Outcomes Measurement.

    Outcomes measurement allows you to clarify and demonstrate the changes in clients’ lives that your service brings about. It is fast becoming a funding and reporting requirement, and if done well also drives innovation and service improvement.

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    Time: 9am-12pm

    Date: Wednesday 3rd May 2017

    Venue: Q Shelter, 515 Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill, Brisbane

    Tickets: $54 + GST per person

    Who should attend?

    This workshop introduces Housing and Homelessness Board Members, Executives, Managers and Team Leaders to the terminology, concepts and context of outcomes measurement.

     

    What will you walk away with?

    The three hour workshop will create a safe space to:
    • Explore the transition from outputs to outcomes measurement and what it might look like for your organisation and the housing sector more broadly;
    • Develop your outcomes measurement mindset and practical knowledge base;
    • Develop your outcomes measurement action plan;
    • Openly share and learn from other leaders’ outcomes measurement experiences.

    Onward to Outcomes’ Six Simple Leadership Steps make it easier for you to confidently steer your team in their learning journey towards clearly demonstrating the extent and method by which they bring about change in clients’ lives and the population at large.

     

    Who will be presenting?

    Bec Crompton has 20 years’ experience leading, managing and evaluating for-benefit, outcomes-change programs in the UK, developing countries and Australia. She has helped many organisations navigate the transition from output to outcome measurement and is a true hybrid of the art and science, overview and detail of profound social change. She is an engaging, motivating and participatory facilitator.
    Bec holds an MSc in International Development Management, is a Founding Member of the Social Impact Measurement Network Australia (SIMNA) and is a sought-after keynote speaker, mentor, facilitator and trainer in outcomes measurement. She has also created the only (to her knowledge) course teaching the skills, systems and processes necessary to

    operationalise and embed outcomes measurement across organisations, networks and collaborations

    onwardtooutcomes.com.au

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  • Facilitation skills in care coordination
    09:30 -12:00
    05-05-2017
    New Farm Bowls Club, Brunswick Street, New Farm, Queensland, Australia

    New Farm Bowls Club, Brunswick Street, New Farm, Queensland, Australia

    A practical session providing skill-development activities followed by devel-oping frameworks for effective facilitation of care coordination groups.

    Cost: Free

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  • Become a safety champion: effective responses to domestic violence
    09:30 -16:30
    10-05-2017
    Constance Street, Fortitude Valley, QLD, 4006, Australia

    Constance Street, Fortitude Valley, QLD, 4006, Australia

    Domestic violence is a leading cause of homelessness for women and children. Developing a clear understanding of the dynamics and the profound impact of being driven from your home by violence takes commitment and passion.

    Become a safety champion for your organisation or service; advocate with authority; conviction and compassion for safe and robust responses to those impacted by domestic and family violence.

    Participate in a two part training and professional development opportunity with key stakeholders and practitioners, DV Connect. More information about the program is available here.

    Trainers: Mark Walters (Manager of Mensline and Training)
    Toni Meyer (Clinical Manager DV Connect Womensline)
    Cost: $110 inc. GST

    Day 1: Wednesday 10 May 9.30am-4.30pm
    Day 2: Wednesday 15 June 1.00pm-4.30pm

    Maida Lilley Community Centre. Corner of Green Square Close and Constance Streets, Fortitude Valley, QLD 4006

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  • Trauma informed care and practice
    10:00 -16:00
    15-05-2017
    Nambour, Queensland, Australia

    Nambour, Queensland, Australia

    Trauma Informed Care (TIC) and Practice is a strengths-based framework grounded in an understanding of and responsiveness to the impact of trauma. TIC
    emphasises the importance of physical, psychological and emotional safety for both providers of services and those receiving care and support. This day-long
    introductory workshop will give an overview of the following:
     The evolution of frameworks leading to the development of TIC
     Defining trauma and exploring its prevalence
     Exploring impacts of trauma
     Elements of the TIC model
     Application of these elements to practice
     Being a Trauma-Informed servicewhat does it take?

    The workshop delivery will be a mixture of provision of information, large and small group discussion, and opportunities to reflect on your own and your
    service’s practice.

    Training provider: Penny Gordon
    Cost: $110 inc.GST.

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  • Asset Management Forum
    09:00 -15:00
    18-05-2017

    This is an event tailored to senior managers and asset management staff to share good practice, learn more about recent changes to legislation affecting asset management, new products and innovations. It is also an opportunity to hear from Department of Housing and Public Works colleagues on current projects that relate to asset management such as Solar Installations in Public Housing, implementing new smoke alarms legislation requirements and NDIS.

    This event is a terrific opportunity to network with other organisations and is open to all community housing, homelessness and refuge accommodation providers.

    Date: 18 May 2017

    Time: 9.00am arrival for 9.30 start – 3.00pm

    Venue: Q Shelter 515 Wickham Terrace  Spring Hill  QLD  4004

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    Q Shelter Member ticket $40 + gst

    Non Member Ticket $60 + gst

    This includes morning tea and lunch

    Seats are limited for this event.  So that all organisations wishing to attend can be accommodated we ask that one person from an organisation register.

    If you have any questions or concerns then feel free to email Rachael.Vidler@qshelter.asn.au or call 07 3831 5900.

     

  • Collaborative practices day
    09:00 -16:30
    18-05-2017
    Mackay, Queensland, Australia

    Mackay, Queensland, Australia

    The Regional Social Development Centre, Whitsunday, Isaac and Mackay Region, and the George Street Neighbourhood Centre are partnering with Under 1 Roof to hold a collaborative practices day bringing boards, workers and volunteers together from Mackay and surrounding regions.

    The day will focus on developing frameworks and practices that support collaborative approaches responding to the needs of people including people with complex needs and vulnerabilities.

    The morning session will be focussed on exploring frameworks and ideas aimed at helping participants to develop ways of thinking about and structuring collaboration that broaden the scope for how we work together.

    The afternoon session will be a practical, hands-on workshop looking at collaborative approaches to service integration including collaborative assessment and robust support planning around client needs.

    Cost $110 inc. GST.

    Subsidies for this session are available for organisations unable to pay. Please apply for a subsidy at this link.

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  • Memorable meals: new ways to food security
    09:30 -11:00
    25-05-2017
    New Farm Bowls Club, Brunswick Street, New Farm, Queensland, Australia

    New Farm Bowls Club, Brunswick Street, New Farm, Queensland, Australia

    This session will hear from agencies exploring and pioneering models for food provision that harness the power of food to heal and unite, while grappling with one of humanity’s most fundamental needs.

    Speaker: Panel

    Cost: Free.

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