Full Panel with Facilitators and audience

Solid Voices of Tomorrow Knowledge Circle

Solid Voices of Tomorrow Knowledge Circle On Thursday 28 April QATSICPP was delighted to host a Knowledge Circle as part of our Solid Voices of Tomorrow project bringing together young people and Members. The purpose of the Solid Voices of Tomorrow project is to identify how young people’s stories can be best heard and acted…

QATSICPP Workforce Professional Scholarships 2021-2022 – Applications Closed

QATSICPP will be offering scholarships in 2021-2022 for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander child, youth and family workers employed within the Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Child Protection Services sector undertaking Griffith University’s Graduate Certificate in Human Services – 3272 or the Graduate Certificate in First Peoples Community Practice – 3371. QATSICPP and Griffith…

Special Announcement: 2020 Awards Nominees

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT 24 November 2020 Team QATSICPP is proud to announce the Nominees in the 2020 Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Child Protection Awards. 2020 has been a challenging year for children, young people, families, and communities, and it is a testament to the strength and resilience of our Sector that our Member…

QATSICPP Workforce Professional Scholarships 2020-21 – Information Sessions

QATSICPP will be offering scholarships in 2020-2021 for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander child, youth and family workers employed within the Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Child Protection Services sector undertaking Griffith University’s Graduate Certificate in Human Services – 3272 or the Graduate Certificate in First Peoples Community Practice – 3371. QATSICPP and Griffith University…

CQID Case Study: Safe and supported

Five children and their mum are safe in a new home after being supported by the CQID Family Wellbeing team in Rockhampton. Domestic violence was threatening the safety of mum and children and they turned to CQID for help. Family Wellbeing officer Akayla took on the role of primary supporter to identify the needs and…

CQID: To journey with families is a privilege

Sometimes we need a little awe to reset our sense of reality when it comes to finding inspiration and we need to look no further than working with those who are most vulnerable within our communities who want to change their lives for the betterment of themselves and their children. CQID would like to share…

60 Seconds with Veronica Riley

Veronica recently joined QATSICPP in our Sector Development Team, looking after the Central Queensland region. Where your mob from? Goondiwindi, Bigambul area Name a Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person that has influenced your life or encouraged to be the person you are? I have to say my Nan, she was a proud, strong Aboriginal…