Monthly Archives: November 2012

Sharing practice

This blog provides a space for WELL practitioners and other WELL Program stakeholders to update and discuss items of interest related to WELL Program delivery. If you would like to submit a blog please email

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AWPN State/Territory Representatives

We are pleased to announce the new Australian WELL Practitioners’ Network State/Territory Representatives for 2012 – 2013. Thank you to all of you who voted and congratulations to the following successful nominees: Harry Atkinson (TAS South) Fotina Babalis (VIC) Wing-Yin Chan-Lee …

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Professional Development resource: WELL Implemented

We are pleased to announce the publication of a new professional development resource for WELL practitioners called WELL Implemented: How to Successfully Implement a WELL Training Project. It was developed by Oggi Consulting  through WELL resource funding. The resource is …

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A Gesture

Conference participant, Julie Richards, Community Partnerships Coordinator at A Gesture, talked at the Conference about the important work A Gesture does supplying local charities with access to fresh food and their commitment to providing access to practical and accredited training …

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VALBEC Call for papers

The Victorian Adult Literacy and Basic Education Council (VALBEC) is calling for papers for their 2013 conference Literacies in a diverse world on May 13 in Melbourne. Contributions are welcome from practitioners and researchers to share teaching and learning practices, innovative …

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Thanks for a great 2012 Conference

Over one hundred delegates attended the two day Australian WELL Practitioners’ Network Conference held on 8 and 9 November at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. This year was the Conference’s 6th anniversary and the theme was ‘WELL and Workforce …

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