Essential training for the case management agency, educator, practitioner, professional or supervisor” ~ brought to you by the CMSA, Australia & New Zealand’s national registration & regulatory body for Certified Case Managers™
This specialist training is fundamental for all individuals & agencies to demonstrate they hold the necessary skills, knowledge & qualifications required to provide case management in accordance with the national practice Standards for case management in Australia & New Zealand.Read more
In the lead up to the ground-breaking Cloud Services in Local Government Conference, Akolade spoke with over 160 Councils from across Australia to put together a roadmap for Cloud implementation for Councils, to help your IT department to be ready when the time comes to make the shift.
Are you considering a shift of core or non-core services to cloud at the next refresh?
Or, are you struggling with latency and want strategies to support cloud where you thought it previously impossible?
“Master the nationally recognised skills necessary for effective case management in Australia and New Zealand”
MCSS01 is essential learning for all practitioners and professionals to develop the knowledge and expertise to confidently demonstrate compliance with the national skill set for case management within Australia and New Zealand and focuses on the key skills of care planning, goal setting, documentation and case conferencing. Read more
This roundtable discussion is being organised by CHASS in association with the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA), Deakin University, and the Hawke Research Institute, University of South Australia.
This is a free public event and all are welcome to attend. Limited seats are available, please book early to avoid disappointment.
The discussion will be chaired by CHASS Executive Director Emeritus Professor Steven Schwartz AM, FASSA.Read more
Do you want policymakers to pay more attention to your research?
The 2015 Knowledge Translation and Exchange Short Course presented by the Deeble Institute, the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association and the University of Western Australia’s School of Population Health is designed to assist academic researchers to make their work more accessible and useful to policymakers and the media.Read more
Adopting digital processes to optimise business value
In the ever changing digital world we now live in, we are presented with many new challenges as we try and figure out how we manage information. Government agencies are more aware of the needs to manage information accurately as they embark on a journey to transform their business capabilities and enhance service delivery outcomes.Read more
Charting New Horizons: Governance with Passion & Purpose
The need for non-profit boards to engage in strategic discussions has emerged from recent shifts in the industries and sectors in which non-profits have traditionally operated. Areas that were once non-profit strongholds are transitioning into hypercompetitive, ever-changing and customer-driven markets. Read more