Class of 2018 overcomes adversity

Homelessness, hearing impairment, and cultural differences were just some of the barriers overcome by Future Social Service Institute (FSSI) students who successfully completed certificate courses in aged care and disability this year. A graduation ceremony on Monday evening celebrated the achievements of the students who completed FSSI’s Certificate III...

Strengthening disability advocacy

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FSSI values having the voices of people with disability at the table. We are delighted to be sponsoring the Strengthening Disability Advocacy Conference: Doing Disability Differently 2018, making discounted tickets available for people with disability. Contact DARU on for the discount ticket code today. The conference will be...

Dual report launch

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The window of opportunity is open for Victoria to put itself ahead of the game in building a world-class community service sector and meet rapidly growing workforce demand for decades to come. Part of the state’s fastest growing jobs sector, it holds the key to our social economy and...

Free ‘Leadership Intensives’ places on offer

Victoria’s landmark response to family violence is placing new and rising demands across Victoria’s social service workforce and other related health, justice, local government and education sectors.

Following FSSI’s highly successful Executive Masterclass program, Family Safety Victoria is now offering a limited number of fully-funded places for executive and senior managers working in family violence and related sectors, for a Leadership Intensives series rolling out across Victoria.

Benalla, Traralgon, Ararat, Bendigo, Melbourne – we’re coming to you!

Access to fashion

FSSI is very pleased to be sponsoring Access to Fashion, a runway show featuring models with disability, organised by writer, speaker, appearance advocate and clothes lover Carly Findlay. Part of Melbourne Fashion Week, Access to Fashion aims to promote, share and connect the fashion industry in an inclusive setting that celebrates the true diversity of its consumers.

The event is already SOLD OUT! It will be held on Saturday, September 1 at the Library at the Dock, in Melbourne’s Docklands. Follow us on Twitter for more news and photos.