December 2020

LoveBites Facilitator Training January 2021


Interested in becoming a Love Bites Facilitator? Do you have experience working with young people and are you comfortable working in areas related to sexual assault and domestic violence? The LoveBites team would love to hear from you! 2 day facilitator training - new participants Date: 18th and 19th January 2021 Time: 9am - 4pm Refresher [...]

LoveBites Facilitator Training January 20212020-12-09T07:57:19+11:00

November 2020

Young Australians Scholarship Scheme – Round 3 – 100 Scholarships Available


Busy at Work have 100 new Federal Government Scholarships available for youth that live in our local Gosford Region valued up to $13,000 each. https://www.busyatwork.com.au/scholarship-program-for-young-australians/ The Gosford Region was one of only 10 Regions chosen throughout Australia for this Scheme. Applicants have to be aged 15-24 years (unless ex defence where there is no age [...]

Young Australians Scholarship Scheme – Round 3 – 100 Scholarships Available2020-11-04T10:57:50+11:00

May 2020

Commonwealth Scholarships Program for young people – up to $5000 per year


Applications are now open for Youth aged 15-24 years living in the Gosford Region for the Commonwealth Scholarships Program for Young Australians (and ex-ADF).  Eligible applicants can undertake an approved course of study (part time or full time) at Certificate III to Advanced Diploma levels and receive up to $5000 per year in study assistance. [...]

Commonwealth Scholarships Program for young people – up to $5000 per year2020-05-01T11:35:37+10:00

March 2020

COVID-19 Resources for the Community Services Sector


We will continue to update this page as we receive more information Department Communities and Justice The site is a one-stop-shop for information on how DCJ essential services are responding to #coronavirus. Including updates for: ✅ people experiencing domestic and family violence ✅ older people, people with disability and carers ✅ visitors to correctional facilities [...]

COVID-19 Resources for the Community Services Sector2020-03-26T10:38:18+11:00

February 2020

Mental Health 1st Aid Training


Around 1 in 5 Australian adults experience a common mental illness each year. Understanding how to talk about mental health and help someone in need are important skills. Many people feel uncomfortable and unprepared when thinking about starting a conversation with someone they are concerned about. In this course, learn to recognise common mental health [...]

Mental Health 1st Aid Training2020-02-27T12:49:36+11:00

November 2019

Appointment of new Regional Development/Executive Officer


Keiran Booth appointed to position of Executive Officer/Regional Development Officer The Board of Community Council Central Coast is delighted to announce the appointment of Keiran Booth to the role of Executive Officer/Regional Development Officer. Keiran has commenced the role and brings over 27 years of community sector experience to the organisation. Keiran has held numerous [...]

Appointment of new Regional Development/Executive Officer2019-11-05T13:45:40+11:00

December 2018

November 2018

A guide to pitching to the media


Pitching to the media is an important task in helping to get your story out into the community. The NSW Council of Social Service (NCOSS) have developed the attached guide with some important points to consider when approaching the media with your news story. Click here to view the guide

A guide to pitching to the media2019-01-14T11:09:25+11:00

September 2018

Central Coast HSNET Groups User Guide


HSNet Groups is a collection of private and public collaboration spaces where users can find information from around the sector. Registered members can post articles and events to the HSNet community, as well as create their own groups for private collaboration. The website is administered and supported by the Department of Family and Community Services. [...]

Central Coast HSNET Groups User Guide2019-01-14T11:10:48+11:00

May 2017

Budget Overview for vulnerable people on the Central Coast


We are sure you’ve received many commentaries on Tuesday’s Federal Budget, but The CCCC thought it might be helpful to focus specifically on the vulnerable people we support locally… Housing & Homelessness additional funding of $375 million over three years from 2018-19 as part of the new National Housing and Homelessness Agreement to fund front line [...]

Budget Overview for vulnerable people on the Central Coast2019-01-14T11:11:13+11:00
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