Casual position – up to 10 hours per week for 12 months Southern Grampians Glenelg Primary Care Partnership (SGGPCP) is offering an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated person who is passionate about improving the health and wellbeing of our
Several PCP staff and member agencies staff attended the VicHealth Roadshow in either Ararat or Camperdown this week. It was a valuable event to attend to get a reminder of the highly valuable information resource that VicHealth has available on
SGGPCP is excited to announce that the partnership with CFA Summer Fire Safety Initiatives will continue with funding secured through the 2017/2018 funding round. This opportunity will be used to develop a short animated film based on the findings of
PCP Staff were very excited to come runner’s up in WDHS’s Carol Singing Competition with their rendition of Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer.
The Balmoral Fire Connect Project was announced as the winner of the Access and Inclusion Award at the Fire Awareness Awards held in Melbourne on Monday night. The Honorable Lily D’Anbrosio, Minister for Energy Environment and Climate Change presented the award
Often the people who are the most vulnerable to extreme climatic events like heatwave and bushfire are participants in the services provided by the health and community sector. We can all play a major role in reducing this vulnerability. SGGPCP
The EN4R#2 project is excited to welcome Briana Picken to the team. Briana will work with SGGPCP one day per week to implement the project and support data collection and analysis. EN4R#2 will focus on trialing 2 major strategies to
SGGPCP in partnership with CFA, RMIT and Balmoral Bush Nursing Centre are excited to see that the project: Balmoral Fire Connect – has been chosen as a finalist in this year’s Fire Awareness Awards! The Project is a case study
The end of Walk to School month is looming! Students from all 16 Southern Grampians Primary Schools have been eagerly walking and tracking their efforts on classroom charts. VicHealth’s official Walk to School month wraps up this Friday 3rd November,
Get ready for the MAD FOOD SCIENCE PARENT EVENT! Monday 13th November, 7pm to 8:30pm at the Kathleen Millikan Centre, Casterton (Free Seminar) Come and learn how to continue the conversation at home with your children about eating healthy food.