About the Tri-Peaks Project
The Tri-Peaks Project is a collaboration between the Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare, the Victorian Healthcare Association and VAADA – The Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association to support and promote good governance and integrated practices across our three different sectors.
Over the next 2 years, the Tri-Peaks Project is aiming to deliver a range of initiatives to increase collaboration between the child and family welfare, primary healthcare and alcohol and other drug sectors in Victoria.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated adapting some of these activities and their timelines, we hope that Tri-Peaks Project will increase opportunities for professional development and collaboration across our sectors.
The Tri-Peaks Project is conducting an important survey of not-for-profit board members across the child and family services sector, hospital, health, and community health sector as well as the alcohol and other drug sector. We are seeking input from 50 participants across the sectors, from board chairs to board members, to help identify what support and resources boards would benefit from to support good governance practice.
The survey only takes eight minutes’ time to finalise and upon completion, all participants will receive an analysis of the survey results as well as resources to bolster and improve the work of their board. You can access the survey here.
The Tri-Peaks Project has collaborated with a number of leading organisation and individuals, including Ernst & Young Australia and Cornwalls Law, to provide expert information on a range of topics from governance to the impact of COVID-19 on separated parents and their children.
Material from previous webinars and information on upcoming webinars can be found here.
A YouTube Playlist of Tri-Peaks Webinars is also available.
For more information contact
James Petty – Project Officer Special Projects
Ph: 03 9412 5602