Professional Development - 13 August
Written on the 13 August 2020 by SAFCA
Tuesday 18th August 10am - FULLY BOOKED OUT
FAMILY VIOLENCE AND CONSUMER CREDIT - Presented by Belinda Lambert and Alison Crouch, Uniting Communities Law Centre
Belinda and Alison will present a 1.5 hour Webinar on Family Violence and Consumer Credit.
Tuesday 25th August 10am - FULLY BOOKED OUT
BUY NOW, PAY (A LOT) LATER - Presented by Belinda Lambert and Alison Crouch, Uniting Communities Law Centre
Belinda and Alison will present a 1.5 hour Webinar on Buy NowPay (a lot) Later and Credit Cards.
INTRODUCTION TO BUSHFIRE FINANCIAL COUNSELLING - Presented by Financial Counselling Australia Tamara How
The Wyatt Trust OLGA training
Wyatt is running fortnightly OLGA training via Zoom. August dates may be booked out already but here are a few upcoming dates:
Anyone who might need training can email email@example.com with an expression of interest in joining the training, and provide preferred dates.
Good Shepherd Microfinance
Free Financial Coaching Training Coaching for Money Wellness - Various dates in July and August
The video recording for our most recent Professional Skills Series webinar, Supporting Clients Engaged in Family Law Situations, is now available.
Click here to watch the recording.
If you experience problems watching the video and/or would like to provide feedback to our team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
Our next webinar, Emerging Trends in Domestic and Family Violence, is scheduled for 12pm (AEST), 1 September 2020. We will email you a reminder along with instructions to access this webinar a few days before.
Until then, we hope you enjoy your learning.
PS - Click here to access a full list of our upcoming webinars for 2020
Online Training- New listings on this document include:
Thriving Communities Partnership
The TCP Connect Webinars create the opportunity for all members of the TCP community to come together to learn, share and connect with one another as we all strive towards ensuring that everyone in Australia has fair access to the modern essential services they need to thrive in Australia.
This document is updated regularly and contains approximately 80 CPD opportunities.