Network Subcommittees


OOSH Reference Group

The OOSH Reference Group serves as a conduit for exchange of information between the peak body, Network of Community Activities and it’s membership. Membership of the OOSH Reference group provides participants an opportunity to inform the advocacy of Network about the issues affecting their agency or region. Members also have an opportunity to be briefed on issues affecting the OOSH sector and to obtain expert commentary on how these issues are impacting on services.

In participation on the Reference Group, members demonstrate a commitment to the Out of School Hours Sector and to ensuring that the sector is well represented at a State and National Level.

Roles and Responsibilities of the OOSH Reference Group 

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If you are interested in joining the OOSH Reference Group please call Pauline on (02) 9212 3244.

Men In OSHC Forum

The Men In OSHC Forum serves as a conduit for exchange of information between the men currently employed in member organisations of Network of Community Activities. Representation of males in the OSHC sector is currently significantly lower than females and this forum seeks to address the gap in retention and recruitment of male educators.

Forum membership provides participants an opportunity to inform the advocacy of Network about the issues affecting men working in the sector and provide advice on strategies to assist with recruitment and retention. Members also have an opportunity to be briefed on issues they deem to be impacting on the recruitment and retention of men in the OOSH sector and to obtain expert commentary on how these issues may be addressed.

In participation on the Forum, members must demonstrate a commitment to the Out of School Hours Sector and be prepared to work collaboratively with colleagues to achieve the Forum goals.

Men in OSHC Forum Terms of Reference

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Training Advisory Group

The Training Advisory Group (TAG) serves as a consultative group between the peak body, Network of Community Activities and it’s membership. Membership of the Training Advisory Group provides participants an opportunity to inform the training provided by Network, in particular the TAG provides advice and support around the qualifications framework. The TAG will also participate in assessment validation for the RTO arm of Network when required.

Terms of Reference for the Training Advisory Group

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