Government appoints Louise Sylvan to head review of financial counselling services

Posted by SAFCA on 12 March 2019
The Liberal National Government last week announced former ACCC deputy chair, Louise Sylvan AM, will lead its Financial Counselling Services Review. The Government recently announced its intention to hold this review, in response to Commissioner Hayne's observations about the importance of financial counselling services in the Final Report of the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry. "We have commenced this short, sharp R...
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Family Violence Law Help is now live!

Posted by SAFCA on 12 March 2019
Family Violence Law Help (www.familyviolencelaw.gov.au) is a new national website for people wanting to understand domestic and family violence, the law and where to get help. It can be used by people affected by domestic and family violence, educators and frontline workers. Family Violence Law Help has free, easy to understand information about: domestic and family violence family law child protection law Intervention Orders, and where to get help. The website c...
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Energy Australia offers full scholarships to people wishing to study the Diploma Financial Counselling

Posted by SAFCA on 7 March 2019
People aspiring to become financial counsellors can apply for a full scholarship to study the Diploma of Financial Counselling. We thank Energy Australia for this great opportunity.

click on the link below to see more information.

EA ICAN Learn EOI Diploma 2019

 

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How Lazy Does A Dole Bludger Have To Be For Us To Starve Them?

Posted by SAFCA on 21 January 2019
Source: https://tendaily.com.au/views/a190110lou/how-lazy-does-a-dole-bludger-have-to-be-for-us-to-starve-them-20190113 Language is a funny thing, isn't it? By changing the words of a statement, we can change how we feel, even when we haven't changed the meaning one bit. Take the unemployed. As a society we are always extremely careful to talk about the unemployed in ways that make us feel both comfortable and superior. For example, when we want to force them to do work that nobo...
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Jan Pentland Scholarship(s)

Posted by SAFCA on 21 January 2019
Do you know someone you think would make a fantastic financial counsellor? Or do you want to become a financial counsellor yourself? Applications for Jan Pentland Scholarships are now open. Each year the Jan Pentland Foundation makes several scholarships available to people who we think will make a great contribution to the financial counselling sector but require some financial assistance to complete the Diploma of Financial Counselling. The scholarships cover costs associated with the dip...
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