Walu-win Sydney Trip

- Thursday, May 30, 2019

10 students and 5 members from Wellington travelled to Sydney and had the opportunity to attend the Parramatta Eels training day and a meet and greet with the players that was organised by Blake Ferguson.

They also attended the Penrith Panthers v Manly Sea Eagles game where a Wellington local made his Debut and after the game he came over and got a photo with the students.

Whilst in Sydney the group explored Darling Harbour and had a meeting with another police ACLO. They organised a private tour through the Water Police station where one of the constables explained to the students about what they do on a daily basis.

The constable then organised for everyone to jump on one of their Police boats and took the group on a trip around Sydney Harbour.

After the tour was finished, the group had dinner with Justin Julius then they all went to Bank West Stadium to watch the Parramatta Eels play the South Sydney Rabbitoh’s thanks to Blake Ferguson for the tickets.

Mens Group Trip to Zoo

- Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Aiden Ryan and 6 other community members from the wellington men’s group drove to Dubbo’s Taronga Western Plains Zoo, the Aboriginal cultural centre organised tickets for us to access the zoo.

We drove around the zoo looking at all the animals then once finished they invited us to the Cultural centre there where we had a BBQ and they showed us some snakes and had a chat to all the men.

WACHS Planning Day

- Wednesday, May 08, 2019

The Clinic Team held its day planning workshop 3rd May 2019. The planning days involved the design and construction of a strategic program that addressed a range of topics determined in consultation with the Clinic Team, Clinic Team leader and Executive. The primary aim of the consultations was to design and construct a process which functioned to successfully trigger a more strategic approach to service planning and program delivery.

The consultations provided insight into the current management processes, service delivery processes and activities, communication flow and the appetite for positive change within the team to raise the standard of operating procedures to enhance health and wellbeing outcomes for the community.

The process for planning were set via consultation and included;

  • QIP outcomes and recommendations
  • Communication
  • Issues management
  • Program/project proposal development
  • Strategic planning for the team
  • Calendar of events
  • Training calendar/training options
  • Partnerships/relationship
  • Brand development
  • Work plans

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