Aged and Community Services Australia Inc
- ACSA Victoria and QLD Awards
The Queensland and Victorian ACSA Aged Care Awards for 2013 are now open for nominations.
The four categories are:
Employee Trainee Volunteer Organisation
The closing date for nominations for both Queensland and Victoria is 31st May, 2013. Winners will be announced on 5th August, 2013. For further information on the Queensland Awards, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org and for the Victorian Awards, please email: email@example.com.
To nominate in other States please use these links:
Aged & Community Services Association of NSW & ACT – www.agedservices.asn.au
Aged & Community Services SA & NT – www.agedcommunity.asn.au
Aged & Community Services Tasmania – www.agedcaretas.org.au
Aged & Community Services Western Australia – www.acswa.org.au
All State winners will automatically compete for the National Awards which will be announced in Melbourne at the ACSA National Conference on 10th November, 2013. Nominations for the Individual Award, which is a national award only, should be made via your State Association or State Office.
- ACSA Federation
ACSA operates within a federated structure of State associations which are independently incorporated and to whom mission-based providers belong as members. The State associations are members of the ACSA national body - with Board membership. ACSA now provides direct representation for providers in Queensland and Victoria through Board membership and through the ACSA National Policy Forum and the National Policy Council.
Direct national membership of ACSA and representation through the National Policy Forum and, by election through the Policy Council and the ACSA Board, applies for mission-based organisations in Queensland and Victoria. The ACSA Federation is made up of the following members:
- NFP Sector Tax Concession Survey
Results of a recent survey with sector employees and employers will form part of a response to the discussion paper released by the NFP Sector Tax Concession Working Group. In excess of 3,000 employee and 100 employer responses were received - a standing testament to the importance of these issues to the sector. Overall the findings reinforce the underlying core value of FBT concessions in attracting and retaining employees to the sector, the relative simplicity of administering the concessions and the potential consequences should significant change to the current concessions regime occur. Click on the following to view results.