2019 Awards Night: Winner Video Presentations

2019 Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Child Protection Awards hosted by QATSICPP on 13 September. The Awards acknowledge the Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Child Protection Sector achievements in the following categories. To view the Award Winners Presentation Video’s, see below: 2019 Awards Welcome Address: QATSICPP Chair Rachel Atkinson.…

A look back on the QATSICPP 10 Year Anniversary Dinner

On 28 June 2019, QATSICPP celebrated our 10 year anniversary with a gala dinner at Rydges Southbank. QATSICPP Chairperson, Rachel Atkinson acknowledged those key people who were instrumental in establishing the organisation and building strong foundations for the sector to support where we are today. Many former and current employees and board members attended the…

A look back on the 2019 QATSICPP Members’ Conference

The QATSICPP Members’ Conference continues to grow and showcase the great work being delivered in our communities across the state. A record 193 delegates registered for this year’s event held at Rydges Southbank on 27 & 28 June 2019. The Concurrent Sessions, linked to QATSICPP’s four (4) Strategic Priorities, showcased members’ local responses to meeting…

2019 Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Child Protection Awards

The Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Peak Ltd. (QATSICPP) was pleased to host the 2019 Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Child Protection Awards, on 13 September at the Queensland Cricketers’ Club in Brisbane. Natalie Lewis, QATSICPP CEO said “These awards recognise outstanding achievement within our Sector in cultural leadership,…

Strengthening Cultural Practice through Quality Workshop Training

Practice Standards & Supervision Framework Workshop Training QATSICPP continues to deliver on the Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Child Protection Practice Standards and Supervision Framework across the sector i.e: Family Wellbeing Services, Family Participation Programs, Department of Child Safety, Youth & Women. Future workshop training are in discussion and planning with organisation…

Re-unification in Bundaberg

In November 2017, Central Queensland Indigenous Development (CQID) expanded its service footprint into the Fraser Coast region with the establishment of its Family Wellbeing Services in Bundaberg and Hervey Bay. This involved not just the establishment of the service in the region, but the additional challenge of building relationships and establishing a presence in a…

We started at the ‘Grass Roots’

Mount Isa Murri Men Making Momentum Mount Isa is the traditional land of the Kalkadoon people and is one off the largest Mining Cities in the Southern Hemisphere and the largest city in the World by area. Mount Isa is located in the North West region of Queensland and is approximately 200km from the Northern…

Candice Butler to present at 5IIVSWC

QATSICPP is proud to announce Candice Butler, QATSICPP Manager Practice Development, will present at the 5th International Indigenous Voices In Social Work Conference in Hualien, Taiwan on 5 to 7 August 2019. Candice will be presenting on Aboriginal Kinship Care, and Active Efforts. We are confident Candice’s expertise and passion will provide an engaging and…