Webinars

Emergence logoEmergence: Our Stories in the Next Decade will be the theme for a series of events and collaborations over the next 18 months culminating in the next National CLCs Conference in August 2021. You can read more about the theme here.

We want to make sure that you have access to vital professional development and networking opportunities that you need, while at the same time creating spaces where we can have the strategic discussions we need to have as a sector. 

To kick things off, we invite you to a webinar series, co-created in collaboration with our colleagues and partners within the sector. Click on the webinar titles to see details and register.

This webinar is co-presented by CLCs Australia and The Federation of Community Legal Centres Victoria. It provides an overview of the changes to the National Accreditation Scheme (NAS) for Phase 3 and a working demonstration of the new NAS portal - which is the place where Centres complete their self-assessment, upload evidence and have access to resources which support the NAS Standards. There will be plenty of opportunity for Q&A.

Please note this is a closed webinar for CLCs only.

The webinar will be recorded for those not able to attend and made available on the CLCs Australia website.

Date and time: 21 July, 2:00pm AEST

Presenter: Meg Houston (CLCs Australia) and Natalie Hallam (Federation of Community Legal Centres Victoria)

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After registering you will receive an email confirming your registration. Use the link provided in the email to join the webinar on the day.

For information and registration, please go to the Community Legal Centres Queensland website.

In 2019, social work students completing their placements in the community legal sector investigated how many social workers work in community legal centres and identified good practices that lead to the success of multidisciplinary teams involving in-house social workers. We invite you to join us as we present some of the findings from the research project, discuss case studies of successful collaborative stories and propose ways social workers and lawyers can support each other in the community legal sector to provide collaborative client-centred, holistic approaches to meeting legal and non-legal need. This interactive webinar is open to social workers, lawyers and others working in the sector. Together we foster a client-centred, holistic approach to legal services.

Date and time: 30 July 2020, 3:00pm AEST

Presenters: CLCs Australia and guests (TBC)

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After registering you will receive an email confirming your registration. Use the link provided in the email to join the webinar on the day.