This grant writing resource for ACT NFP community organisations aims to outline both theoretical and practical tools that are key to grant writing: the steps you can take to prepare prior to a grant window opening; frameworks and tools to support your application development when responding to criteria; and avenues for grant seeking and...
This kit contains tools and methods designed to help social sector organisations identify and form strategic relationships with community or commercial partners.
A manual to guide quality improvement In ACT community service organisations.
Read about health and wellbeing in the community sector -- related research, tools for employees and employers, and what employers can do to improve.
In this Attachment B - a report on the current (April 2019) characteristics of the ACT Community Services Industry workforce is presented.
In this Attachment C, a report on the projected future workforce needs of the ACT Community Services Industry is provided.
In this Attachment D, it sets out a proposal for a future research tool for the ACT Community Services Industry snapshot.
The Workforce Data and Community Needs Analysis seeks to describe the current ACT community services industry workforce, project growth, diversity, skill and knowledge needs into the future, to best meet the needs of the ACT community. The project’s overall goal was to assist the industry to ensure that future workforce development effectively...
In this Attachment A - Appendix 1, 2, and 3, a more comprehensive assessment of the needs of three target groups is presented. These cohorts: children, young people, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have been selected as groups that could benefit greatly from early support.
The Emerging Leaders’ Framework is better practice guide to identifying and developing emerging leaders within the ACT Community Services Industry.
This legislative compliance checklist was developed by ACTCOSS for internal governance purposes only. It has been shared as a resource for other organisations to adapt for their own purposes.