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Gemma Bombak helps TADWA Develop a Strategic Marketing Plan

Technology Assisting Disability WA (TADWA) works to improve the quality and enjoyment of life for people with disabilities, the frail aged and those caring for them, by delivering solutions for independence and safety. They offer services such as occupational therapy, home or workplace modifications and assistive technology and equipment to enable people to function safely and independently. In order to help TADWA remain competitive in a changing marketplace, they needed assistance in strategically marketing their services.

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Streamlined Rostering System for Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation

Murujuga Aborigial Corporation (MAC) is the approved corporate body for the Burrup Maitland Industrial Estates Agreement (BMIEA), administering the implementation of contractual obligations of the BMIEA. MAC owns freehold title to the Murujuga National Park (4,913 ha) which adjoins the industrial land. The heritage sites and adjoining lands are co-managed by MAC and the Department of Parks & Wildlife. Murujuga Land and Sea Unit (MLSU) were in need of a rostering system that would allow them to manage their staff on a weekly basis allowing them to understand what shifts, and particularly what weekend patrols, each staff member was allocated to.

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Jess and Andy

Business Risk Framework for Cahoots (formerly Kids’ Camps)

Kids’ Camps (recently rebranded to Cahoots) is always open to ways to improve their organisation and operate at a high level. They identified that a fit for purpose risk management framework was needed and having accessed skilled volunteers through Volunteering WA previously, they knew if they sought out assistance this way again they would be matched with a high calibre volunteer to complete this project.

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Robyn and Jo

Strategic Plan for Earth Science WA

The role of ESWA is to support the teaching of earth science in schools by developing teaching and learning resources, providing professional development for teachers, presenting at schools and assisting with field experiences for students. ESWA achieves this through two major projects: The Woodside Australian Science Project (WASP) producing Australian Curriculum Earth Science packages for Year 4-12 supported by teacher training and incursions. The Primary Australian Literacy Mathematics & Science (PALMS) Program producing Australian Curriculum packages centred around Earth Science topics for Kindergarten to Year 5 with follow-up activities across other subjects.

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