An initiative proudly sponsored by Woodside Development Fund to build capacity and enable change within ‘place-based’ initiatives with a particular focus on WA Child and Parent Centres.
Ngala is proud to offer innovative learning and development opportunities for people in communities working with children and families who seek to develop initiatives that involve working in partnership.
These two subsidised training programs for parents, professional workers, volunteers and community members are designed to increase the impact of services for children and families in WA communities. They provide professionals and community members with the necessary tools to build and deliver effective, relevant and sustainable place-based initiatives.
Increasing the accessibility and responsiveness of services for families with young children leads to improved developmental outcomes and life chances of all children and is supported by:
- a shared understanding and common service culture across organisations;
- a focused & collective effort on improved developmental outcomes and life chances for all children;
- genuine partnership with families and;
- facilitation of community level engagement, participation, and innovation.
Platforms Service Redevelopment Framework (Platforms) and Family Partnership are highly interactive workshops delivered in partnership with the Centre for Community Child Health, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Victoria.
Please follow the link below for further details and if you have any questions email email@example.com
Some places may be available each year to those who have completed single modules prior to 2015 series.
When: 24 Apr, 9:30am
Where: Banksia Grove
4 - 7 months. Interested in learning more about introducing solids to your baby? This workshop covers introduction of solids for parents with babies aged 4 months to 7 months. You will be given information and tips to help you with this important milestone in your baby's life.