The Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012 (WGE Act) puts a focus on promoting and improving gender equality and outcomes for both men and women in the workplace. All non-public sector employers with 100 or more employees are required to report annually under the WGE Act and to inform its employees and members that it has lodged its report with the Agency and advise how the report may be accessed. CTC has lodged their report based on the number of staff employed as at 31 March 2020. The report can be accessed via the following link: CTC Workplace Gender Equality Report.
Any comments on our report can be fedback to Melinda Bradford: firstname.lastname@example.org or direct to the Agency
The Gumnut Place would like to advise its valued customers that we are still open for business and here to take your orders.
Due to the COVID - 19 threat which is affecting us all at the present time, we have decided for the protection of our supported employees, volunteers and their families, Gumnut Place will be operating with minimal staff until further notice.
Our workshop, laundry, secure document destruction and trophy services are still all operating as normal and happy to take your enquiries.
Our commercial kitchen is also still operating making our delicious cakes, biscuits, slice and hot foods.
If you would like to place an order please don’t hesitate to contact us on 41681852 or email email@example.com
CTC has registered for Containers for Change under the name “South Burnett CTC Gift Fund” to make it easy for anyone who wishes to donate their refunds to us.
Our registration number is C10233869. Please quote this registration number at the collection point.
All proceeds will go to CTC's Emergency Relief fund, which is always struggling to meet needs.
If you wish to support this fundraising please share the above information in your circles.
Thank you on behalf of the eventual beneficiaries!
The Local Drug Action Team will be launching the “Healthy Pregnancies and Bright Futures” project from Monday 3 February to Friday 7 February 2020.
“Healthy Pregnancies and Bright Futures” aims to raise community awareness about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and create supportive communities for pregnant women.
Launch events will be held at Kingaroy and Nanango Libraries with guest speakers, free morning teas and art activities.
The events will be held on the following dates and times:
• Kingaroy Library 3 February 2020 at 10am
• Nanango Library 4 February 2020 at 10am
Are You Supporting Someone With An Alcohol or Drug Issues?
Wednesday 5th February 2020 - at Graham House Murgon
Come along to Graham House in Murgon on Wednesday 5th February, 2020 from 8:30am.
What a great opportunity to talk to services face to face. At least 10 organizations will be present to share what they do and how to access them. It will be place for people of the community to come and find information and assistance in their journey. The Expo will run from 8:30am to 10:30am with a morning tea provided. Deputy Mayor, Kathy Duff will open the event at 9am.
Some of the services committed to the event –
- Drug Arm – Breakthrough For Families - (working with families and loved ones of drug and alcohol misusers)
- Family Drug Support (FDS) is an Australia wide organization - (Support to families across Australia who are impacted by someone else’s alcohol and/or drug use.)
- Lives Lived Well – AOD with free counselling
- Queensland Council of Social Services (QCOSS) (this peak body works to change government policy for the lower income earner)
- QAIHC - Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council
- CRAAICHS – Cherbourg Regional Aboriginal & Islander Community Controlled Health Services
- Murgon Men’s Shed and Mavis (Mavis is an older vehicle, travels to different locations to talk about Mental Health Issues, mainly with older men)
- QNADA – Queensland Network of Alcohol and Other Drug Agencies
- Local Drug Action Team will be giving out red balloons with their information
Mark your calendar and come along for a morning of information and a yummy morning tea. Because – Knowledge is Power. Drug and Alcohol misuse is a problem in our society and where do we look for help.
A workshop on Breakthrough Our Way will run after the Expo and people are welcome to stay and find out more about the program. Looking to wrap up the day about 1.30.
For further information please contact –
Christelle Withers-Mayne Manager Graham House - 41698400
Lyndell Richards Family Support Officer Drug Arm - Phone 0437509297
A little more information just for you.
February will be an exciting month as training is rolling out throughout our region. Cherbourg Regional Aboriginal and Islander Controlled Health Services (CRAICCHS), Goonbir in Dalby and Goolburri in Toowoomba through that week 3rd to 7th February. Breakthrough For Families has an indigenous program called Breakthrough Our Way. This program was put together by QAIHC and a group of indigenous people with all the graphics designed by this team. This is just part of the picture.