Here, we have provided some links to resources and information from external sources, that you may find useful:
Access for All - guidance on making the adult literacy and numeracy core curricula accessible
This manual - while produced in the UK for use in the UK - is a valuable resource with relevance to the Australian market. It is not just for teachers, but also for a wide range of other organisations involved in disability issues and basic skills learning. It is designed to provide those delivering teaching and learning with the tools to enable people with a wide range of disabilities to develop their communication, literacy and numeracy skills.
Community Garden Network
The WA Community Garden Network (WACGN) is an informal network of WA community gardens and their supporters. Established in 2004, the network has played a significant role in bringing together people involved in community gardens to share ideas and skills, work collaboratively and provide a voice for the community garden sector in WA.
Community Place App
The Community Place App, developed by the Association of Neighbourhood Houses of British Columbia (ANHBC), is the first community house based app of its kind anywhere in the world. It has a global audience, enabling Centres anywhere to register their details, and users of the app to find them.
Registration to be a part of the program will give people another avenue for finding your Centre. There's an easy to complete online sign-up form available, as well as more info about the app itself.
ConcessionsWA is an easy-to-use online resource where you can search by category, concession card type or people group to find details on more than a 100 rebates, concessions and subsidy schemes provided by the Government of Western Australia.
Conflict Resolution in the Workplace
This brochure, produced by the Department of Defence, provides a useful guide for successfully resolving workplace conflict.
Learning Beyond the Bell
Learning beyond the Bell assists homework programs to provide high quality tuition and learning support to young people. The program works to connect young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds to school and the community and helps improve their school work and study skills.
Shelter WA is an independent community based peak body committed to the principle of accessible, affordable, appropriate and secure housing for low income and otherwise disadvantaged people including those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Shelter WA has released its Housing Options Kit, that provides information about the range of affordable housing options available in Western Australia. The kit is available from the Shelter WA website, or you can click directly to it from here.
Synergy Community Service (C1) tarriff
Synergy has a special tariff available to small voluntary and charitable organisations. If you believe your business is eligible for the Synergy Community Service Plan (C1), you must apply in writing to Synergy, providing evidence which clearly shows that your business meets all conditions.
Superannuation Guarantee Rate Fact Sheet
Details how the Superannuation Guarantee Rate increase to 12% will be phased in over time.
Womens Health and Family Services - Rurual In Reach Program
The first of its kind in WA, the Rural In Reach program uses the latest video conferencing communication technology, to deliver long distance one-on-one and family consultations or group education sessions with trained Womens Health Family Services professionals. The Rural in Reach Program provides a range of health care and support services to women, their families and local service providers in remote and rural areas of WA