STAWA Skills Success Story

New Promotional Material for STAWA

Science Teachers’ Association of Western Australia (STAWA) advocates for members and teachers of science and science education. STAWA is an independent association of science educators dedicated to promoting science and science teaching in Western Australia. STAWA strives to assist teachers of science to acquire and maintain high standards of knowledge, skills and practice, and to promote fellowship and association between teachers of science. They develop and disseminate learning and teaching resources to enhance members’ pride in their profession and undertake a proactive role in influencing key decisions that affect their members.

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CWLH Building Maintenance Skills Success Story

Building Restorative Maintenance Assessment for CWLH

City West Lotteries House (CWLH) provides affordable office accommodation to not-for-profit organisations. Currently home to 18 NFP tenant organisations and another 10 Associate Member NFPs, the CWLH site at 2 Delhi Street in West Perth is 5,933 sqm with the existing single storey building taking up 2,300 sqm. CWLH needed to assess the restorative maintenance needs of their West Perth building.

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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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