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Youth Network of Tasmania is hiring!

Expressions of interest are called for a full time, fixed term (till 24 Dec 2023) Policy Officer. Full details are available on SEEK here and the YNOT website. Applications close 12PM Monday 31 January 2022. For more information or to request a copy

Youth Week Tasmania Grants Program 2022 - Closes 28 January 2022

Since 2000, National Youth Week has provided a celebration of the efforts and contributions of young people aged 12 – 25 in their communities. In 2018, a new chapter began with the first celebration of Youth Week Tasmania, funded entirely by the Tasmanian Government. Youth Week Tasmania 2022 will be held

Youth Voice - Burnie Works

Burnie Works are doing a call out to service providers and educators working with youth aged 15 - 25 to encourage a new wave of Youth Making Change Around Burnie (YMCAB).

Online information sessions for the UTAS Associate Degree in Applied Health and Community Support

The University of Tasmania (UTAS) are hosting online information sessions for the UTAS Associate Degree in Applied Health and Community Support in early December. The Associate Degree is a formal education pathway for those currently employed in the health and community sector to upskill or gain higher education qualification to

What are the evidence-based treatment options for methamphetamine use disorder?

This Cracks in the Ice webinar will provide attendees with information about: Overview of the clinical challenges associated with methamphetamine use disorder (dependence)Psychosocial approaches for methamphetamine use disorderPharmacological treatments being investigatedThis information will be relevant to health workers. This webinar will be presented by Professor Richard Rawson. Professor Emeritus

Free Wellbeing Resources – ClickView

During tough times, it’s normal for people to feel more stressed or concerned about things than usual. As students and parents continue to endure home schooling, we want to empower you with resources to help prioritise their wellbeing. That’s why we’re offering a special collection of wellbeing

The School That Tried to End Racism

The School That Tried to End Racism explores a program designed to provide school children with the tools to identify racial bias and make positive change. Filmed in a NSW primary school, a team of inspirational educators, and leading expert Professor Fiona White, attempt to reverse the racial bias in
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