Support for CHSP Providers.
CALD.NET.AU is an initiative by the Multicultural Communities Council of SA aiming to strengthen CHSP Service Providers and assist their Boards, Directors and Officers through support for business transformation in preparation for a new in-home aged care system.
We look forward to you joining us at one of our upcoming activities.
WED, 7 JUNE 2023
WHEN: WEDNESDAY 7 JUNE 2023, 1.30AM TO 3.30PM
WHERE: SALISBURY COMMUNITY HUB, 34 CHURCH ST, SALISBURY
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: HR Officers, team leaders, operational managers of CHSP organisations and representatives of
AVAILABILITY: Limited to 8 CHSP Service Providers.
TO REGISTER: Click here
ENQUIRIES: Susantha Athurugiri, NCP (City of Salisbury)
This session is delivered in collaboration with the Northern Collaborative Project (City of Salisbury) and Boosting The Local Care Workforce.
Expect a casual event where job seekers from Employment Services Providers will meet with representatives from CHSP organisations who are looking to fill open positions. Job seekers can learn about the companies, the available job openings, and the requirements for the jobs, and have quick interviews on the spot.
Please register on this page only if you are a CHSP Service Provider or an Employment Services Provider.
We will then be in contact to discuss the details of the event with you.
If you are not a CHSP Service Provider or an Employment Services Provider but wish to be involved with this event, please email Susantha Athurugiri at SAthurugiri@salisbury.sa.gov.au
THU, 22 JUNE 2023
WHEN: THURSDAY 22 JUNE 2023, 10-11.30AM (ADELAIDE TIME)
WHERE: ONLINE VIA ZOOM - Access link will be delivered via email one day prior to the event.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Board Members and Executives of CHSP Providers and other Community Organisations as well as those who are looking into joining the board of a community organisation.
AVAILABILITY: Limited to 90 attendees.
TO REGISTER: Click here
BRIEF: This workshop will equip providers with the knowledge to effectively implement governance in their organisations, leading to better service provision and improved outcomes for older people in CALD communities.
Duration: 1.5 hours
OBJECTIVE: The workshop aims to provide community service providers who offer help at home for older people in CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) communities with an understanding of the importance of governance, its key components, and how it can be effectively implemented.
Visit this link for the presenter's bio, the agenda and to register.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Board Members, Executives and Officers of CHSP organisations
ADELAIDE, MCCSA - 28 JUNE, 9.30AM TO 12PM
NOARLUNGA CENTRE, CITY OF ONKAPARINGA - 30 JUNE
TAILEM BEND, RURAL CITY OF MURRAY BRIDGE - 12 JULY
The CHSP sector serves a diverse range of older Australians, many of whom come from different cultural backgrounds. Similarly, an increasing number of the care workforce is people of CALD background. Effective service delivery in this sector requires not only technical knowledge and skills but also cultural intelligence.
Cultural intelligence is an individual's ability to understand their own and other cultures and to interact and work fairly and effectively in all situations characterized by cultural diversity. In this workshop, we will provide individuals working in the CHSP sector with the foundation of what they need to develop their cultural intelligence and work effectively in multicultural environments.
This workshop is designed for professionals at all levels who work in the CHSP sector and interact with individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds, whether clients or staff. This includes board members, managers, coordinators, care workers and other staff members.