Regional Visits

Last week Centre staff travelled to Bairnsdale as part of a three part regional tour.

These meetings provided an opportunity to introduce regional providers to the Centre’s new Strategic Plan, which will soon be made publically available.
 
Marilyn, Lynette and Josh also gave regional workers an understanding of the training opportunities available through the Centre’s Learning and Development team, and provided an overview of recent policy and research work.
 
More regional visits are planning for the remainder of 2012, which will be announced once details are finalised.

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