ACT Council of Social Service Inc.

Justice | Equity | Social Inclusion | Reconciliation

Workshops & Seminars

Upcoming workshops, seminars, network events and learning forums we're running are listed here. Find out more about each event and how to register below.

ACTCOSS offers a variety of programs and can tailor them to your organisation. Find out more about our learning and development programs.

Access information about past workshops and seminars.

ACTCOSS Commissioning Drop-In

8 June 2023

With more commissioning processes underway, and the recently updated Commissioning Roadmap, ACTCOSS Members are invited to monthly online drop-in sessions to raise any issues and share experiences. There is no expectation to attend, but this is a good forum for hearing from colleagues.

ACT CASP Peer Network Meetings 2023

15 June 2023

The ACT CASP Peer Network meeting is for representatives of CASP funded service providers, and related health and community services.

ATSIComSec Network Meetings 2023

27 July 2023

The ACTCOSS Gulanga Program runs the ATSIComSec Network for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workers in the community sector.

ACT Community Sector Communications Network 2023

16 August 2023

Are you working in communications in the ACT not-for-profit sector? Join CommsNet -- you can chat, share your work and current challenges, and discuss comms topics such as strategy, member engagement, social media, ICT, branding and more.

Human Resources Network Meetings 2023

23 August 2023

The ACT Community Sector Human Resources Network (HRN) is a network of individuals and organisations interested in sharing, networking and improving processes for services and employees of ACT community sector organisations. The network aims to provide support to HR workers with linkages to information and good practice procedures.

Please come along to our next network meeting.

Reconciliation Network Meetings 2023

29 August 2023
The Reconciliation Peer Network (RecNet) is an informal group designed to bring together ACT community organisations who are interested in reconciliation and developing respectful relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, including the process of developing and implementing a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).