Engaging with the Arts: Community Cultural Development
Tiffany Lee Shoy, Stephanie Adam
8 April 2014
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Measuring Best Practice: Evaluating Community Development
Linda Bartolomei, Sue Cunningham
7 August 2014
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About the program
STARTTS’ Community Development Evenings are held twice per year. They aim to provide an opportunity for community sector workers and refugee community organisations to extend their understanding of the complexities of providing services to refugee communities affected by systematic state terrorism and other types of traumatic experiences. Expert speakers are invited to present on interesting and practical topics, which is followed by a case study presentation by an experienced STARTTS staff member and a panel discussion.
These events are open to anyone who is interested and are particularly suitable to those working in community services. They are held at STARTTS’ Carramar office from 6-8pm and are free. Light refreshments are provided. If you can’t make it to Carramar, there is the option of paying $5.99 to watch the event live over the internet (see below for more details).
The community development evening program began in 2011. Read more about our previous events.
Live internet broadcast
If you can’t make it to Carramar, then you can save on time and petrol by watching the live internet broadcast of these events from your own computer. It only costs $5.99 to register via STARTTS’ website, and you will be able to participate in the panel discussion by sending in your typed questions which are answered live. Once you register, you will be emailed the login instructions and password.
STARTTS – 152-168 The Horsley Drive Carramar NSW
On-site parking is available. Drive into Mitchell St at the cross-road with The Horsley Drive. Turn into the driveway on the right between Fairfield Community Health Centre and the Ambulance Station. Follow the signs to STARTTS.
The Carramar site is approximately 10 minutes walk from Carramar station and 15 minutes from Fairfield station. Alternatively, take the 904 or 905 bus from Fairfield station.
The login instructions and password for live broadcast will be emailed to you automatically after registering. Once paid, the registration fee cannot be refunded or transferred to another event regardless of personal circumstances. It is the registrant’s responsibility to ensure that their computer and internet connection are functioning optimally, and fees cannot be refunded nor can STARTTS arrange for the lecture to be viewed at another time if the viewer has technical difficulties that are not the fault of STARTTS. In the event of technical difficulties that are the fault of STARTTS, we will refund the registration fee for the online broadcast.
2014 Professional Development Workshop Calendar and Registration Form
Dr Angela Nickerson, PhD
Resilience and Refugee Trauma: From Research to Clinical Interventions
30 April 2014
Looking at Community through a Different Lens: Facilitating Asset Based Community Development
26 June 2014
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152 - 168 The Horsley Drive,
Carramar NSW 2163