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Community Services across the Tasman Series - 10 September 2020

September 2020 - CSIA, in partnership with Social Service Providers Aotearoa, have launched the Community Services across the Tasman series. This is a free online event bringing together speakers from across Aotearoa New Zealand and Australia to share their insights, learnings, research and more. The three sessions include Service Adaptation, Employment and Inclusive Growth, and Social Investment and Commissioning. Tickets are limited! You can find out more and secure your spot here

Please join us on Thursday 10 September at 11am-1pm (NZST) to walk away with fresh insight to Industry-led approaches to commissioning as well as new ways of working that focuses on empowering communities in the process. 

Don’t miss out on this opportunity. The borders may be closed, but we can still come together and share what’s working and what isn’t as we move into COVID-19 recovery. 

Community Services across the Tasman Series - 1 September 2020

August 2020 - CSIA, in partnership with Social Service Providers Aotearoa, have launched the Community Services across the Tasman series. This is a free online event bringing together speakers from across Aotearoa New Zealand and Australia to share their insights, learnings, research and more. The three sessions include Service Adaptation, Employment and Inclusive Growth, and Social Investment and Commissioning. Tickets are limited! You can find out more and secure your spot here

Tuesday 1 September 2020 at 11am NZ time via Zoom.  Your biggest asset is your workforce. Join us at a FREE online event to hear from organisations delivering creative and innovative workforce and inclusive growth solutions to meet demands now and into the future. Community Services Industry Alliance CEO Belinda Drew (Australia) and the panel of speakers will share the insights, learnings and research you need to know now, to build your most important asset, your workforce!

Don’t miss out on this opportunity. The borders may be closed, but we can still come together and share what’s working and what isn’t as we move into COVID-19 recovery.