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NETWORK FORUMS​

The Centre’s Network Forums provide members with the chance to raise, discuss and progress strategic and long-term issues for a sustainable child and family services sector. The networks cover a range of topics and are targeted at different workers within and across the sector, concentrating on specific fields of work.

"Coming from a regional organisation, I enjoy being part of a bigger network that is supportive, that keeps me up to date with sector changes and promotes concepts, connection and knowledge in a complex and ever changing environment.”
- Network forum attendee

Quality Learning Circle Network

The Quality Learning Circle provides an opportunity for community service organisation staff involved in quality, compliance and business administration and representatives from DHHS.

To become a member contact Sue Wilson 

Rainbow Tick Network

The group provides an opportunity for community service organisation staff involved in preparing for meeting the expectations of accreditation for Rainbow Tick organisations.

To become a member contact Sue Wilson

Placement, Prevention and Reunification Network

If you work with children, young people and families where the focus is on preventing entry to out of home care or post care, these forums offer you the opportunity:

To become a member contact Georgette Antonas

Foster Care Network

If you are currently working in an organisation that delivers foster care programs, a service that supports the delivery of foster care, such as therapeutic services, or an academic involved in foster care related research and interested in coming together with your peers and representatives from DHHS and the Foster Care Association of Victoria (FCAV).

To become a member contact Karalyn Davies

ChildFIRST / Integrated Family Services Network


The Centre’s Child FIRST/IFS network is open to all organisations delivering related programs in Victoria.

To become a member contact Catherine Cooney

Leaving & Extending Network Fourm

If you work with children, young people and families where the focus is on preventing entry to out of home care or post care, these forums offer you the opportunity:

To become a member contact Jo humphries

Kinship Care Services Network

If you are currently working in an organisation that delivers kinship care programs, a service that supports the delivery of kinship care, such as therapeutic services, or an academic involved in kinship care related research and interested in coming together with your peers and representatives from DHHS and Kinship Care Victoria (KCV),

To become a member contact Emma Fenby

Getting There

All networks forums are held at:

The Centre for Excellence and Child and Family Welfare 

Training Room Level 5, 50 Market Street Melbourne 3000

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