16 September - 30 October Sydney NSW Australia
Creative Plus Business is a social enterprise dedicated to educating creative practitioners and arts organisations about business. As the creative industry specialist for the NSW Business Connect program- we provide confidential- independent business advice and skills training for creative freelancers- start-ups- and small and medium arts businesses across NSW as part of the NSW Government's Business Connect program.Business Connect is a dedicated and personalised NSW Government program that provides trusted advice to help you start or grow your small business - yes- even as a creative practitioner!You can access&nbsp;free support&nbsp;with one of our creative industries experts to discuss anything to do with your practice and profession- including setting up and running your business- financial literacy- marketing- and more.To become a part of our&nbsp;Business Connect&nbsp;program:Head to the&nbsp;Business Connect portal&nbsp;to register-Select the tab&nbsp;Find An Advisor-Once redirected- select&nbsp;Specialist Advisors&nbsp;from the centre of the page-Go to the dropdown menu 'Select an Industry:' and choose 'Arts and Recreation Services'- or-Look for the advisors with&nbsp;'Creative'&nbsp;under their name-Check out the advisors- find one you like and select&nbsp;Find Out More-Once you have chosen an advisor you like- click the&nbsp;Book Now&nbsp;button-You'll then conduct your 4 x free sessions with your chosen advisor via Zoom (NB: if you use an AUSLAN interpreter- they can easily join us).You'll then conduct your free sessions with your chosen advisor&nbsp;via Zoom. All our sessions are confidential.Got questions? Get answers. Head to the&nbsp;NSW Business Connect FAQYou can also head to the Creative Plus Business website to find out more about us and our work.
15 - 30 October Sydney NSW Australia
Event descriptionGet Connected consists of 4 weekly x 90 min sessions starting Thursday 15 October 2020. It is held online via Zoom for anyone living in Australia.Attendees will develop skills in self-advocacy- learn how to speak up- build lasting friendships with peers and create stronger connections to the deaf community.Our inspiring mentors are Deaf Children Australia's Youth Support Workers. They have lived experience and are passionate about supporting young people. They have the knowledge and skills to help attendees build self-esteem to help them reach their goals.Both Auslan and spoken English is offered.Get Connected was first held in July. This is what they said 'You don't have to improve Get Connected. It's a great Zoom class! I love getting connected with you!'- 'I enjoyed meeting other deaf kids- learnt a lot about the deaf community and made new friends' and 'The mentors were amazing- they listened- and knew what it is like in a deaf world'Why you'll want to Get ConnectedAt the end of the course you will:Recognise similarities and differences in experiences from other deaf and HoH peers-mentors and realise that you are not aloneCommunicate about your experiences with other youth who are hard of hearing-deafFeel confident that being deaf-HoH is not stopping you from achieving your goalsIdentify your needs to make your environment more deaf-friendlyFind deaf friendly events-recreational activities onlineCost is $375 per person and includes handouts.We have many participants who are self or plan managed under NDIS who use their funds to cover the cost of online mentoring. Although we do not provide specific line numbers. Most participants will use core funding as it is most flexible. Get Connected could also be covered by Capacity building under Increased Social and Civic Participation.You'll need to get in quick as numbers are limited to 12&nbsp;people. Register now!
02 November Sydney NSW Australia
City of Sydney Library&nbsp;Lunchtime Conversations&nbsp;is a fortnightly series of free online talks with authors- artists and experts.Join Margaret Betteridge- City of Sydney curator and author of Sydney Town Hall: The Building and its Collection- for a special virtual tour.Sydney Town Hall stands proudly in the heart of our city of Sydney. For over 150 years it has been the seat of local government and a venue for wide-ranging events - from concerts and speech nights to balls and political rallies. It has welcomed heads of state and government- been the stage for Lady Gaga and the setting for Australia's Federation banquet.In this 1-hour talk- Margaret will showcase the architecture- interiors- history and unique stories of this much loved landmark building. There will also be opportunities to share your own memories of Sydney Town Hall and what the building means to you.Margaret BetteridgeMargaret manages the City of Sydney Civic Collection and is passionate about Sydney Town Hall. She loves its splendid architecture- its history and stories about some of the people and events that this iconic building has hosted.This is a free event however bookings are essentialPlease read your booking confirmation carefully for instructions on how to join the event on Zoom. You'll need to install the&nbsp;free Zoom software&nbsp;on your own or computer or device to participate.The guest speaker's presentation will be followed by the opportunity to join smaller group discussions before a final Q&A session.This event will be Auslan interpreted.Explore other events in the series.
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