Katungul Coming Together Mentoring Project

  • By lemaster
  • 22 May, 2014

Mentors came together at Little Yuin Preschool to attend Mentor/leadership training on Thursday 20th and Friday 21st February and the mentee's joined the group Friday afternoon to meet their mentor.

This exciting project will run for 18 months and is a mentoring opportunity for all services; non-Government organisations and Government agencies. A coming together of services to share knowledge and wisdom. Participants organisations include: Katungul ACC&MS, Merrimans LALC, NSW Police, Prime Ministers & Cabinet, Australian Red Cross, Anglicare, Marymead Child & Family Services, Catholic care, Bega's Women's Resource Centre, Moruya Women's & Children's Services, Little Yuin Preschool, ADHC, FaCS, Cerebral Palsy Alliance, and Greater Southern Area Health Service.

The project is a NSW Keeping Them Safe Sector Support and leadership project aimed at increasing regional leadership capacity, inter-agency collaboration, external support, and the sharing of experience and knowledge amongst Child, Youth and Family Services in the Eurobodalla and Bega.

The aim of the relationships development from the Mentoring Project include:

  • Increase the leadership capacity of both mentors and mentees
  • Increase opportunities for collaboration and information sharing between staff and organisations
  • Support members of local organisations that may feel isolated or limited in developmental opportunities
  • increase the opportunity and capacity for regional collective action to support ever-improving service provision

This project provides participants with an opportunity as a mentor to share knowledge and provide professional guidance and direction to sector workers keen to expand their experience and skills, as a mentee this opportunity allows for the further professional growth and the establishment of networks and relationships that can enhance interagency collaboration.

By lemaster 22 May, 2014

Mentors came together at Little Yuin Preschool to attend Mentor/leadership training on Thursday 20th and Friday 21st February and the mentee's joined the group Friday afternoon to meet their mentor.

This exciting project will run for 18 months and is a mentoring opportunity for all services; non-Government organisations and Government agencies. A coming together of services to share knowledge and wisdom. Participants organisations include: Katungul ACC&MS, Merrimans LALC, NSW Police, Prime Ministers & Cabinet, Australian Red Cross, Anglicare, Marymead Child & Family Services, Catholic care, Bega's Women's Resource Centre, Moruya Women's & Children's Services, Little Yuin Preschool, ADHC, FaCS, Cerebral Palsy Alliance, and Greater Southern Area Health Service.

The project is a NSW Keeping Them Safe Sector Support and leadership project aimed at increasing regional leadership capacity, inter-agency collaboration, external support, and the sharing of experience and knowledge amongst Child, Youth and Family Services in the Eurobodalla and Bega.

The aim of the relationships development from the Mentoring Project include:

  • Increase the leadership capacity of both mentors and mentees
  • Increase opportunities for collaboration and information sharing between staff and organisations
  • Support members of local organisations that may feel isolated or limited in developmental opportunities
  • increase the opportunity and capacity for regional collective action to support ever-improving service provision

This project provides participants with an opportunity as a mentor to share knowledge and provide professional guidance and direction to sector workers keen to expand their experience and skills, as a mentee this opportunity allows for the further professional growth and the establishment of networks and relationships that can enhance interagency collaboration.

By lemaster 03 Apr, 2014

The Adam Goodes Program is designed to accelerate this potential through the cultural and personal development activities they will undertake throughout the year.

We would like to congradulate the following participants, from Batemans Bay trails, Tristan Nye, Tremayne Chatfield, Brent Hansen and Treigh Stewart. They have been selected to participate in the Adam Goodes Talent Program. Selection in the squad not only recognises their football ability but more importantly their leadership.

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