Do you work with people who struggle to pay their utility bills, who have high energy consumption or are unsure about what kind of contract they have with their energy supplier? You might be a financial counsellor or housing officer, a case manager in mental health or working in emergency relief - hardship as we know cuts right across our sector.
UCWB delivers innovative training in utilities literacy to the community services sector in South Australia. We have designed a set of five half-day modular-based workshops:
The workshops will be offered at Bowden in February and March 2017. If you wish to register (yourself, colleagues, volunteers…) for any of the training modules, just click on the date(s) of your choice on the calendar. While the sessions are complementary, they can be attended as stand-alone workshops.
TAFE SA is offering a 5 hour workshop on "How to minimise business income tax" at Adelaide City, Elizabeth, Gilles Plains, Mount Barker, Noarlunga, Port Adelaide, Tea Tree Gully and Tonsley in February 2017.
The purpose of this workshop is to provide you with a fundamental knowledge and skills of business income tax principles and rules. This will enable you to legally minimise the amount of business income tax you pay whilst meeting Australian Tax Office (ATO) compliance requirements.
Fulcrum People have developed a training and mentoring program for the Returning Woman Worker, and have spaces for participants in February and March. There is limited funding and therefore a limited number of places for this program however this enables the program to be delivered at no cost. The criteria are that participants must be out of work, but actively seeking work. If you have clients who fit these criteria, or are a woman seeking work, please contact Carol Crossley on 0411 486 186 or Kathy Parsons on 0417 872 024.
The Australian Federation of University Women South Australia (AFUW-SA) have announced bursaries for 2017. These bursaries are made available annually and assist people undertaking tertiary studies at South Australian universities. To learn more about the bursaries available and to check your eligibility, please visit the AFUW-SA website.
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