ACT Council of Social Service Inc.

Justice | Equity | Social Inclusion | Reconciliation

Human resources

Developing Quality and Continuous Improvement

Maintaining and increasing the quality of our work and innovatively meeting the needs of individuals and communities is core business for effective and efficient community oriented organisations. This workshop offers you creative and practical ways to engage and support your team in developing quality and pursuing innovation in management practices, policy development, advocacy and service delivery.

Justice Connect NFP Law: Governing a Community Organisation (Morning) & Social Media and the Law (Afternoon) - 29 Aug 2019

ACTCOSS is proud to present the following two workshops by Justice Connect.  The NFP law service of Justice Connect - iteself a NFP organisation are delivered by qualified lawyers with specialist expertise in NFP and charity law.  All lawyers have experience in delivering legal training to community organisations and many are also personally involved in the sector as volunteer board or committee members.  

Participants are welcome to come to either session, or the whole day - but will need to register accordingly.  Please feel free to contact ACTCOSS directly if you would prefer to be registered manually.   

Recruiting a Great CEO for your Community Group

10 Steps to Recruiting a Great CEO for your Community Group - Institute of Company Directors Australia

Possibly the most crucial decision that a not-for-profit organisation board will make is the selection and appointment of the group's CEO*. The ability of the organisation to survive and thrive may well depend upon this choice.

While a mediocre CEO may succeed at keeping the organisation ticking over, a great CEO can:

Justice Connect NFP Law: Privacy Law (Morning) & Volunteers & the Law (Afternoon) - 23 October 2018

ACTCOSS & Volunteering and Contact ACT are proud to present the following two workshops by Justice Connect.  The NFP law service of Justice Connect - iteself a NFP organisation are delivered by qualified lawyers with specialist expertise in NFP and charity law.  All lawyers have experience in delivering legal training to community organisations and many are also personally involved in the sector as volunteer board or committee members.  

Participants are welcome to come to either session, or the whole day - but will need to register accordingly.  Please feel free to contact ACTCOSS directly if you would prefer to be registered manually.