Community Industry Group

The Privacy Act Training

15 November 2018, 9.30am to 11.00am, Oak Flats. $50 for members, $75 for non members.

Learn about your obligations under the Privacy Act & supporting regulations and know how to respond to a breach in privacy. There is also an opportunity to join us to review your current policies & practices. Click here to book your place.

Tea & Toast Talk ‘Increasing Opportunities and Impact Using Data’

20 November 2018, 9.30am to 11.30am, Oak Flats, Free for members, $10 for non members

Join us for tea and toast, as our guest speaker Kim Sattler explains how she utilised data collection and evaluation to create sustainable services and meet the needs of vulnerable women in our region. Kim Sattler is employed at the Illawarra Women’s Health Centre as a Disability & Domestic Violence Support Worker. She works with women who have a disability and have experienced violence plus vulnerable young women with a disability. This work resulted from a research project in 2015 called Breaking the Silence which explored the stories of local women with disabilities who had experienced violence in their lives.

The use of effective evaluation methods and good data collection enabled the centre to continue to locate funding to provide an ongoing service to women with a disability in the Illawarra where there was a critical shortage of such services locally. Kim will outline the methods and strategies she used to create a new service to a critical group of women in our community.

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