At the end of 2016 we sent a questionnaire to the sector to get feedback on our services. Thank you to all those who replied. Your input is really valuable
to us. It gives us a good indication about what we are doing right for both members and non members and it informs us about where we can improve. It
also leads us in the right direction to meet your needs for the future.
In response to the questionnaire for this first quarter of 2017 we are offering a FREE open session for Network SA members only(Directors and Assistant Directors) a 2.5 hour Members Question and Answer Session at Network SA as part of keeping in touch.
You will be able to ask us questions relating to service delivery in your service and about legal compliance requirements that may apply. We may also have some questions for you that will help us to support you in your work.
Come and join us for this opportunity to ask questions on any topic that Network SA provides advice on, catch up with sector colleagues and hear what ideas they may like to share and contribute your thoughts on what we may be able to add to our service delivery.
Although this session is free of charge, registration is essential to assist us with catering and seating arrangements
About Bev Pope
Bev Pope is a Senior Management Consultant at Network SA Resource, Advisory and Management Services Inc. and manages the Network SA Extra Service. She has worked closely with mainstream and Aboriginal Children’s Services throughout South Australia and is committed to the development of respectful partnerships in the provision and support of child care and OSHC programs.
As a strong advocate for children, Bev supports community and private children’s services providers to incorporate quality practices, sound business
principles and ethical employment standards in their delivery of care and education for children.
Bev’s experience in children’s services spans in excess of 30 years and encompasses child care, OSHC, youth work, training, mentoring, consultancy, project and event management, cross-cultural community development, HR, small business management, corporate governance, resource and policy development, research, advocacy, marketing, organisational restructuring, workplace relations, counselling and mediation. She holds formal qualifications in children’s services, social science, counselling, mediation and workplace training and assessment and has 17 years’ experience in workplace relations.