Darwin Community Legal Service is offering a free workshop May 14th in Darwin. This free workshop will assist service providers to identify legal problems your clients might have and the appropriate solutions. Learn how to work together for the best outcome for your clients, before matters escalate. The 2018 workshop will include a special presentation about Elder Abuse issues in the NT.
32 Mitchell Street Darwin
9.30 am – 4.30 pm Monday 14 May 2018
Morning tea/Lunch/Afternoon tea provided
Please see the attached form to register for the workshop. Spaces are limited.
Please find attached information from the Northern Territory Government seeking Expressions of Interest on NT Government Boards and Committees.
All enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
- NTG boards and committees play an important role in good governance by providing independent and expert governance or advice. They provide an effective link between government and the community.
- You can register their interest in serving on an NTG board via the NTG Careers in Government website https://jobs.nt.gov.au/Home/Search . Using the search parameters, search the keyword ‘board’, complete the registration form, and upload your CV and other required documentation, including a copy of current visa documents.
- Registrations are uploaded onto an EOI Boards Register managed by DCM.
- As vacancies arise, officers in all NT Government departments can search for potential nominees on the EOI Board Register.
Submitting an EOI registration form does not guarantee appointment to a board, but it does indicate agreement for your Curriculum Vitae to be accessible by NTG agencies.
Please see training opportunity below from the Institute of Community Directors Australia:
Our acclaimed Diploma of Business (Governance) BSB50715 – Australia’s only accredited qualification for not-for-profit governance – continues to impress, up skill and enrich participants.
In a move to further solidify governance skills throughout the country, the Institute of Community Directors Australia is providing one hundred $1000 scholarships towards Diploma of Business (Governance) enrolments from Australian’s contributing to regional communities.
Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of merit and likely impact for the communities served by each recipient.
We acknowledge the support of the Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal who are partnering with us to promote this scholarship opportunity throughout Australia.
Hurry, scholarships applications close at 3:00 pm AEST, May 10, 2018.
Please see the following invitation to take part in the public consultation around changes to the Low Aromatic Fuels Act of 2013. Consultations will run until 18 May 2018. For more detailed information please refer to this link.
Minister Scullion – Low Aromatic Fuel Act 2013 review
Please see Closing the Gap targets: 2017 analysis of progress and key drivers of change report released Monday below: