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13/07/2017

CAOS Newsletter 158 & 159

Dear Members,
Below is information that may be of interest to CAOS members:

#158

1. Karingal Training – Mental Health First Aid – 8 & 9 August

2. Wan-Yaari Aboriginal Boys Cultural Program

3. Grovedale Youth Drop-In - Ages 12 -25

4. Position Vacant –Manager, Northern Geelong Rental Housing Cooperative

5. School Holidays - Roald Dahl's The Witches - Saturday 1 July @ The Potato Shed

6. NEW! Healthy Eating Online Assessment Tool

7. Training: Promoting Trauma Informed Practice in Schools. McKillop Family Services

8. Workshops at Bluebird House | Girls Street Art Collective with Laura Alice | Term 3

9. Workshops at Bluebird House | My messy awesome journal with Laura Alice | Term 3

10. The Geelong Library & Heritage Centre has collaborated with the Koorie Records Unit – Public Records Office Victoria (PROV), a free event to the Geelong community as part of our way of celebrating NAIDOC Week 2017

11. Young Startup Workshop - Do you want to know how to get an online business started?

12. New Report: Managing Victoria’s public housing

13. New Report: Illicit drug data report 2015-16

#159

1. Fundraising film screening of Monsieur Mayonnaise followed by Director Q&A

2. Defiant Lives – film – pending ticket sales

3. Hearing Awareness Week 2017- Butterflies for Deafness – August 20 to 27

4. Identifying Family Violence – FREE Training – Barwon Casa – July 20

5. The 2017 National Disability Awards nominations are now open.

6. Alola Australia Morning Tea Fundraiser Saturday 5 August

7. The Coonara Neighbourhood & Barwon Network of Neighbourhood Houses is offering a Diploma of Community Development in the Barwon Region

8. The Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS), Talent Camp

9. You're Invited, The Next Generation of Action – Healthier Eating & Active Living

10. Victorian Transcultural Mental Health- Community Capacity Building Projects: Small Grants Available

11. New Report: State statistical bulletin 2016

12. New Report: Support and safety hubs: Victorian statewide concept