27 & 28 March 2017- Governance Conference, Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach, Sydney (REGISTER)
Trustees, Board Directors, Sponsors, and Senior Executive Staff of Catholic health, aged care, and human service organisations are the guardians and stewards of the healing ministry of Jesus. CHA is pleased to invite these guardians and stewards to an important gathering to help progress the manner in which Catholic organisations are governed now and into the future.
CHA’s two-day Conference, being held at Sydney’s famous Coogee beach, is a forum for exploring the evolving governance structures of health and human service organisations within the Catholic Church in Australia. The Conference is suited to lay, religious and clergy alike who work in or are interested in the governance of small or large Catholic human service organisations. The Conference is particularly relevant to those working in Catholic services beyond the boundaries of health and aged care.
Please join us in Coogee this March 27 and 28. For what is shaping up as one of the most important Catholic gatherings on governance in recent years.
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2 May & 27 July 2017 - Decoding the Code, Melbourne & Brisbane (REGISTER)
Decoding the Code is an online program in Catholic ethics for people working in the health and care sector - the CHA Code of Ethical Standards provides the key content. The course is offered online over approximately 16 hours consisting of eight two-hour sessions. It commences with an introductory seminar (face to face attendance preferred) and is followed by online coursework with ne sessions being uploaded fortnightly over sixteen weeks.
28-30 August 2017 - Catholic Health Australia's National Conference, Grand Chancellor, Hobart
Catholic Health Australia represents health and aged care providers from right across the country. It is a fantastic opportunity for all involved to come together and discuss important issues facing all Australians now and into the future. The Conference opens with a Welcome Reception on the evening of 28 August, followed by two full days of conferencing on 29 & 30 August.