Looking for a new and rewarding challenge? Find out where you would be best suited within the sector, with our Career Quiz - it’s a fun and easy way to see which role types you’d best fit into. Now available in multiple languages!
Take our fun Career Quiz – now in ten languages! It’s a great way to find out find out where your skills best fit within the disability and community care sector. So take a few minutes to answer the questions, and make the best move of your career.
How many steps did you take today?
For most office workers it’s only around 3,000. Why not aim higher and put those steps to good use?
Steptember is a fun way to become more active and raise much needed funds for people with cerebral palsy and their families.
03SEPDiploma of Disability CHC50108 - Minda IncDesigned to provide existing workers with the skills and knowledge required to successfully coordinate and manage services in the disability sector, the Diploma in Disability can also allow you to work in specific disability support roles. At this level you may work autonomously or supervise/manage other staff or volunteers.
03SEPSenior athletics carnivalHigh school students with disabilities are invited to take part in our annual Senior Athletics Carnival on Wednesday 3 September.
The carnival will move to a new venue for the first time this year - the world class Blacktown International Sportspark.
04SEPBrunch with Maggie MackellarBook lovers are being invited to join members of our Wagga Wagga Fundraising Committee for a Literary Brunch with acclaimed Australian author Maggie Mackellar.
“This is a chance for book worms to meet, mingle, enjoy a delicious brunch, chat with the author, and perhaps take the opportunity to purchase a signed book,” fundraising committee member Sylvia Lowrey said.
07SEPNational Child Protection Week 7th - 13th September 2014
For over 20 years NAPCAN has been running an annual National Child Protection Week campaign developing multimedia, visual and text resources to increase awareness and understanding of the importance of primary prevention to reduce child abuse and neglect in Australia.
08SEPCommunicate, Participate, Enjoy! Solutions to Inclusion Conference 2014This is a great opportunity to learn something new, reflect on your practices, share your experiences and expertise and develop networks.
Click below to see conference programme and registration details
Be inspired! This conference will provide participants with practical strategies to support the active inclusion and participation of adults with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities (PIMD), within their home and their communities.
You can look in our national Employer Directory to find local organisations in your area. It is also a great way to learn about the variety of organisations employing staff in the disability and community care sector. View our Employer Directory, or take a look at our Featured Employers below and get started!