Volunteering SA&NT provides free and low cost training for volunteers, volunteer managers/co-ordinators and volunteering-involving organisations. Sessions are interesting, informative and inspiring and offer straightforward suggestions for dealing with all matters volunteering.
Training takes the form of two to three hour sessions, longer workshops, full or half day forums and multiple day conferences. We can meet all of your professional development needs.
Training is conducted by qualified and experienced presenters in a friendly and interactive way that encourages discussion, information sharing and skill development.
Sessions cover general topics on volunteering and volunteer management as well as mentoring, grant writing, communication, effective recruitment and governance. Sessions are designed to cater for beginner, intermediate and advanced skill levels.
TAFE SA offers training across more than 80 activity and industry-related areas with a wide range of courses and flexible study options. TAFE SA also has an Aboriginal Access Centre that facilitates education, training and support for Aboriginal students across 17 sites of TAFE SA, including regional and remote South Australia.
VCOSS Link is a centralised community sector-specific service, designed to assist community sector organisations in Victoria to search for relevant practical resources and training opportunities to further develop their capacity.
The AICD offers a not-for-profit (NFP) scholarship program. The scholarships are being offered to directors and senior managers of NFP organisations who would otherwise be unable to attend governance education programs due to the financial constraints of the organisation.
You’ll learn to effectively manage the office administration aspects of a business, and gain a focused understanding of today’s business world.
This well-rounded course will give you skills in:
- creating presentations
- advanced word processing, spreadsheets and databases
- producing business documents
- organising travel and meetings
- analysing and presenting research
- people management
- safe workplace practices.
You’ll also gain insight into the various possible career paths that you could take with these skills. When you graduate, you’ll have the ability and confidence to work in the industry, directing a range of administration tasks.