Networks

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Youth Service Providers Network

The Youth Services Providers Network is a network of youth service providers, local government, government agencies, educational institutions and those interested in youth affairs within the Mildura Rural City Council municipality. 

Purpose

The purpose of the Youth Services Providers Network is to:

  • Inform and implement the actions in the Mildura Rural City Council Youth Engagement Strategy
  • Foster collaboration and partnerships between services and agencies
  • Provide an opportunity for youth service providers and agencies working in the municipality to network and share information, knowledge, skills and expertise
  • Strengthen the youth sector in the municipality
  • Provide an opportunity for skill development and training on topics related to youth development

Membership

The Youth Services Providers Network is open to all youth service providers, local government, government agencies, educational institutions and those interested in youth affairs within the Mildura Rural City Council municipality.

Members have the opportunity to:

  • Attend and participate in the network meetings
  • Receive agendas and minutes
  • Network and share information
  • Access skill development and training

The Youth Services Providers Network will meet on the third Thursday of each month from 3pm to 4pm at various venues.

For more information please contact Council’s Youth Engagement Services Coordinator on (03) 5018 8100 or email youthservices@mildura.vic.gov.au

Schools and Agencies Wellbeing Network

The network provides opportunities for members of district schools to come together and discuss the issues both existing and emerging within the cohorts of students they work with, this provides opportunities for shared learning and support and can also be valuable data that guides the directions of the SFYS interventions.

Purpose

The Northern Mallee Wellbeing Network purpose is to be a community of practice providing an environment supportive of practice and personal wellbeing by:

  • sharing structured case discussion
  • sharing resources where possible
  • planning professional development opportunities
  • sharing relevant community agency and event information
  • building partnerships
  • developing wellbeing practice and programs
  • sharing stories and outcomes

Membership

Generally participants are engaged in providing wellbeing and support services within district schools or associated services (Wellbeing Officers, Chaplins, School Nurses, Department of Education representatives, Related support service providers) 

Meetings

There are generally 8 meetings per year – 2 per school term, alternating between Tuesday and Thursday 2pm – 3:30pm 

For more information please contact Council's School Focused Youth Service Officer on (03) 5018 8282