2018 National Forum on Child Protection

2018 National Forum on Child Protection

Categories: Employment, News

This week TITEB Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Maria Harvey and CDP Employment Manager Moya Perry were invited to speak at the National Forum on Child Protection in Darwin. The Forum was held over three days at the Hilton in Darwin City. The forum consisted of speakers from organisations and Government Departments all around Australia including TITEB.

The National Child Protection Forum was exploring the concept of “Developing early intervention and prevention strategies and reforming systems for positive long-term outcomes”. In relation to this Maria and Moya discussed how TITEB as a company uses strategies such as community employment to help increase positive long-term outcomes and improve community development.

The forum was opened by Larrakia Elder Aunty Bilawara Lee and followed on by CEO from national departments around Australia. Maria and Moya spent 3 hours briefing the workshop on how TITEB engages employees and retains a mostly Tiwi workforce.

Both Maria and Moya presented an amazing workshop and those who attended enjoyed learning and listening to what TITEB does and how they build a positive and stable environment for the staff and participants of the Tiwi Islands.

For more imformation about the Forum see:  https://akolade.com.au/events/national-forum-on-child-protection/

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