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Community education information sessions

The training team at the OADC liaises and works co-operatively with not-for-profit community organisations, community groups, schools, colleges, other educational institutions, unions and interested individuals to provide a range of FREE training and information sessions.

Community information sessions, workshops and engagement forums aim to promote non-discriminatory practices and empower those groups who are most likely to experience discrimination, harassment and bullying.

Sessions can be designed to focus on a range of human rights issues such as those affecting:

  • people with disabilities, 
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, 
  • ethnic and religious minority groups, 
  • gay, lesbian, bisexual & transgender and intersex communities, 
  • young people, 
  • seniors, 
  • women & men.

Customised Training

OADC customised training programs are also available for community organisations, wherever possible consideration will be given to a fee reduction subject to the nature, size and capacity of the organisation to pay for training.

Please see the OADC fee policy http://www.antidiscrimination.tas.gov.au/education__and__training/fees_and_charges for more information about on-site fee for service and OADC calendar training.