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Staff training and CLE

In 2017-18, Community Legal Centres Queensland received funding from the Department of Justice and Attorney-General to complete a 'Training and Development' project. The project provided many and varied training opportunities to the community legal sector. All deliverables were met utilising a team-based approach within our centre, leveraging funding from alternative sources including core funding, pro bono support, infrastructure and relationships, as well as volunteer support. The project delivered;

  • secure training opportunities based on identified need
  • cross-sector training partnerships
  • fee-based training at a discount rate
  • sector specific training content

Our future training and development program will continue to include webinars, our annual state conference and leadership forum, as well as sector specific training and training based on the outcomes from our CLE training needs analysis, and other topical subject areas and emerging legal needs.

Webinars

Community Legal Centres Queensland runs a series of online training webinars, available to community legal centre staff, volunteers and other community services. > more

Conferences

Our annual conference is the premier event in the community legal centres’ calendar. Each year the Conference brings together a diverse range of people including centre directors, social workers,... > more

Mentoring

Community Legal Centres Queensland launched a pilot Mentoring Program in February 2013 to help support and strengthen individual workers and Queensland’s community legal centre (CLC) sector. It was... > more

Community Legal Education

Community Legal Centres Queensland has collated a range of research reports, projects and other resources relating to community legal education (CLE), which can be accessed here. > more