QATSICPP Scholarship Recipients 2022- 2023

QATSICPP Strategy and Workforce Development team is pleased to share that 18 new students who work within our Sector have received a 2022-2023 QATSICPP Professional Scholarship. All students are enrolled in a Graduate Certificate in First Peoples Community Practice or Graduate Certificate in Human Services at Griffith University, and will commence study in Trimester 3…

2022 QATSICPP Members’ Conference and Awards

2022 QATSICPP Member’s Conference In 2019 a record 197 delegates gathered in Brisbane for a showcase of QATSICPP Members’ local responses to meeting the safety and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, young people and families. After a COVID hiatus, QATSICPP is pleased to announce the 4th (fourth) QATSICPP Members’ Conference will be…

Know Your Rights Resources

Know Your Rights Resources The Know Your Rights cards are a QATSICPP initiative designed to empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and raise community awareness of the rights of families who are involved in the child protection system in Queensland. The wallet-sized cards can be used by service providers, members of the community as…

Applications Closed – Workforce Professional Scholarships 2022

A friendly reminder to all our staff and member organisations, applications for the Griffith University Scholarship will be closing on 09 September 2022. “I really enjoyed the course content and found it beneficial to my role as a practitioner in the community-controlled sector, and I enjoyed connecting with staff from other organisations.” QATSICPP Scholarship and…

QATSICPP Workforce Professional Scholarships 2022-2023 – Applications Open

Applications are now open for QATSICPP Workforce Professional Scholarships 2022-2023 QATSICPP have opened their next round of scholarship applications for Trimester 3 2022/2023 for potential students who are interested in studying a Graduate Certificate in Human Services or a Graduate Certificate in First Peoples Community of Practice through Griffith University. These scholarships are open to…

“Leading the way” QATSICPP 2019/2020 Annual Report

We are very proud and pleased to provide the 2019/2020 Annual Report for Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Peak (QATSICPP) “Leading the way”. This report provides a snapshot of how we are working towards a better future and outcomes for our children in Queensland. In the report, we share some of the…

QATSICPP Practice Standards Workshop – Mount Isa

QATSICPP Practice Standards Workshop – Mount Isa QATSICPP continues to support our members by delivering the QATSICPP Practice Standards workshops.   On Tuesday 14 and Wednesday 15 June 2022, Program Officer Arnold Simpson attended Kalkadoon Country in Mount Isa to facilitate a QATSICPP Practice Standards workshop with 17 staff members from community-controlled member organisations AIDRWA and…

Lucas and Jacinto near ocean

Solid Voices of Tomorrow – Cairns Trip

Solid Voices of Tomorrow – Cairns Trip Last week, Lucas Moore made a trip to Cairns to yarn with some amazing First Nations young adults. A road trip to Mareeba to spend time with Simeon on Muluridji Country. Simeon participated in the Solid Voices project, co-lead by fellow QATSICPP legend, Sheree Hilt. Lucas was lucky…

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children in the Queensland Child Protection System 19/20 Data Summary

This week QATSICPP releases Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children in the Queensland Child Protection System 19/20 Data Summary. This document has been developed by drawing together relevant publicly available data from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare and the Department of Children, Youth Justice and Multicultural Affairs about our children’s involvement with different…