Don't be the next Worksafe statistic. CommunityWest's launched its new Manual Tasks course developed especially for community workers with all the ingredients to help staff assess risks and avoid injury, balanced with just the right amount of theory and practice.
This new course covers what you need to know about back safety, postures and preventing injury presented in an informative and interactive way.
Marvin Gaye had the right idea about keeping track in his neighbourhood. So, how about in our community services sector? We'd like to help keep you in touch with sector friends and colleagues to make networking easier.
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Welcome to our new website. Are you trying to work out where to 'LOG-IN' to book on a course like you used to? If you're a Home and Community Care (HACC) service provider look no further - in fact, just look up.
The new log-in area can be found at the top right of our homepage in the green strip. Still can't find it? Read on...
How did the Wellness Philosophy become a vital part of the Home and Community Care (HACC) Program in WA? This report written by CommunityWest's Hilary O'Connell chronicles the sector’s journey to implement, adopt and embrace the approach. Find out more and download this free publication.
Around 79% of aged care facilities are missing out on customers because they lack a strategic marketing plan. The Ideal Consultancy conducted interviews in late 2014 with a cross-section of 210 aged care...