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Aging Services - Social Support

Enjoy new connections and experiences in your local area with our social support programs.

We work with people as they grow older and want to stay active, maintain their independence and enjoy life.

Find out more about our social support programs at unitingvictas.org.au


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Community Wellbeing - North West Metro, Bendigo and Goulburn Murray

Every day, our services support individuals, families and communities across Victoria and Tasmania.

By volunteering with us, you will become an important part of our team, helping to create positive change for people and communities. 

Find out more about our programs at unitingvictas.org.au


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Community Wellbeing - Prahran and South Melbourne

Every day, our services support individuals, families and communities across Victoria and Tasmania.

By volunteering with us, you will become an important part of our team, helping to create positive change for people and communities. 

Find out more about our programs at unitingvictas.org.au


 

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Business and social enterprises

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Community Wellbeing - Western Victoria

Every day, our services support individuals, families and communities across Victoria and Tasmania.

By volunteering with us, you will become an important part of our team, helping to create positive change for people and communities. 

Find out more about our programs at unitingvictas.org.au


 

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Community Wellbeing and Op Shops - Gippsland

Every day, our services support individuals, families and communities across Victoria and Tasmania.

By volunteering with us, you will become an important part of our team, helping to create positive change for people and communities. 

Find out more about our programs at unitingvictas.org.au


 

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Where we need support

Business and social enterprises

Community Wellbeing and Capacity Building

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Consumer Directed Services

 

Employment Services 

We provide employment pathways, training, vocational opportunities and community building links for people of all ages and abilities. We match job seekers and employers with fair, meaningful employment solutions so that individuals can contribute, grow and thrive.  We specialise in working with people who may have a permanent medical condition, mental health, injury or disability requiring employment aligned to their abilities. 

 

Disability

Accessing the right supports is about being empowered through choice. We work alongside people to be independent and achieve their goals. We are a registered provider of disability services under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and take a person-centred approach to all our services. Our focus is to help people be independent, get involved with their local community, and achieve their goals.

Programs supported by Volunteers

Fire and clay

Fire & Clay provides employment for more than 30 adults with disability in a supported environment.

Based in Lilydale, the team produces distinctive, functional and decorative pottery pieces, which are distributed and sold locally.

There’s a very real sense of family on the factory floor, with many craftspeople having worked there for ten years or more – over 25 years, in some cases!

Supported Independent Living

Our Supported Independent Living programs assist people with disability with tasks of daily living in a shared living environment. Our services include the Neurological Support Service, a residential support service providing holistic care for people with Huntington’s disease, multiple sclerosis, spinal or acquired brain injuries.

Pathways 2 Employment Supporter - Disability Employment Services

Pathways 2 Employment Supporter/Volunteer

Pathways to Employment Supporters and Volunteers will assist our team to support young adults with disability to build their job readiness skills and confidence.

We are looking for passionate and motivated volunteers who have a genuine interest and commitment to supporting young people with disability to reach their employment goals.

We are looking for people who have patience, flexibility, resourcefulness, resilience and creativity; to work within our collaborative team.

If you have experience in the following fields: Teaching, Learning Support/Integration Aide, Youth Work, Career Development, Employment Services, Disability Services or Community Services and you're looking to share your skills we would like to hear from you.

At Uniting we are passionate about working together to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.


Locations: Broadmeadows VIC, Cranbourne VIC, Dandenong VIC, Footscray VIC, Heidelberg Heights VIC, Melton VIC, Pakenham VIC, Parkdale VIC, Sunbury VIC, Werribee VIC


Time Required

Regular - more than 6 months

Various flexible shifts available


Type of work

  • Tutoring & Coaching in a training setting (Group and individual)
  • Disability Support 
  • Individual support in a work experience setting

 

Training Induction and orientation along with continuous professional learning opportunities.


Reimbursement Pre-Approved role related expenses.


Uniting is a child safe organisation and is committed in everyday practice to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all children, at all times. As a ‘child safe’ organisation, employment with Uniting is subject to a satisfactory national (and international where relevant) police check and Working With Children Check (in Victoria), NDIS Workers Check and/or Working With Vulnerable People Check (in Tasmania) prior to commencement of any paid or unpaid work and/or participation in any service or undertaking.

Uniting is also committed to equal opportunity and ensuring the workplace is reflective of the community. We encourage people from different backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with a disability.

 

 

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Home Based Care - Gippsland

Foster care is sometimes challenging, but our carers say the rewards far outweigh the tough times. 

 

A stable and caring home is the crucial first step for many young people as they recover from the effects of trauma, abuse and neglect. Evidence suggests that when young people are in a stable and caring home, they begin their journey to heal. 

 

At Uniting, our Foster Care Program provides carers with the training and advice they need to support vulnerable children and young people in our community. 

 

With over 100 years of experience bringing carers and children together, we'll support you in your journey to becoming a foster carer. 

 

We welcome all types of carers. If you think you can support a child or young person, we would love to hear from you. 

Provide the best possible care to a child or young person

Become a foster carer

Become a foster carer

Foster care is sometimes challenging, but our carers say the rewards far outweigh the tough times. 

Evidence suggests that when young people are in a stable and caring home, they begin their journey to heal. 

At Uniting, our Foster Care Program provides carers with the training and advice to support the care of vulnerable children and young people in our community. 

With over 100 years of experience bringing carers and children together, we'll support you in your journey to becoming a foster carer. 

We are always looking for more carers. If you think you can support a child or young person, we would love to hear from you. 

 
 

Training and support 

We provide specialised training and ongoing assistance so you can best support the children and young people in your care.

This support includes: 

 

Comprehensive training on parenting approaches to support healing and skill development
Ongoing support, supervision and practical assistance from a designated case worker
Access to dedicated care team
After hours on-call service 
Access to respite care for your foster child when you need some extra support

How do I become a foster carer? 

Get in touch

Register your interest and we'll give you a call about becoming a foster carer.

Attend an information session

Learn about becoming a foster carer and receive information to help you make an informed decision.

Complete accreditation

To ensure the safety of children in care, part of the assessment will include Health Checks, National Police Check, Working with Children's Check and a Home and Environment Check. 

Attend Shared Lives Victoria training

Receive information about fostering children and child safety as well as a range of comprehensive resources to support you throughout your foster care journey.

Home visits and assessment 

This involves interviews with you and everyone who lives in your home. A detailed assessment report is submitted to an approval panel for review. Once accredited, we will match you with a child or young person and provide you with ongoing support.

 

"The reward is seeing the children blossom, get on with their lives and smiles on their faces" - Maree


Uniting is a child safe organisation and is committed in everyday practice to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all children, at all times. As a ‘child safe’ organisation, volunteering with Uniting is subject to a satisfactory national (and international where relevant) police check and Working With Children Check (in Victoria) and/or Working With Vulnerable People Check (in Tasmania) prior to commencement in any service or undertaking.

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Lifeline Ballarat

Lifeline Ballarat - serving the people of Ballarat, the Grampians region and Australia.

Lifeline Ballarat is one of 40 centres across Australia, being part of a trusted national charity that has been saving lives and supporting Australians in need for more than 50 years.

Lifeline Ballarat delivers crisis support and suicide prevention services through the national 13 11 14 help line. The service provides confidential 24/7 telephone crisis support and referral services to Australians in need. Currently more than 3000 calls are answered each day, which is one call answered every 30 seconds.

Last year Lifeline Ballarat's Crisis Supporters answered more than 10,000 calls.

In the case of an emergency or if life is in danger, please call 000.

For crisis support, please call Lifeline on 13 11 14.

 

Lifeline Australia - Strategic Framework

General Interests

Crisis Support Worker

Volunteer Crisis Support Worker Training
Join our amazing Lifeline Ballarat team!

We need you. Together we can make a difference.
Lifeline Ballarat supports the national Lifeline network. Our volunteers provide confidential telephone crisis support and referral services to people in crisis.

Last year Lifeline Ballarat volunteer Crisis Supporters answered close to 10,000 calls from Australians in distress. To continue answering calls we need the support of caring and committed volunteer Crisis Supporters.

3,128 Australians ended their life by suicide in 2017. That's almost 9 people a day and 1 person every 3 hours. There are 7 suicide attempts every hour.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations continue to experience approximately double the national suicide rate. In 2017, 165 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons died as a result of suicide, relating to a suicide rate of 25.5 deaths per 100,000 persons  (ABS Causes of death 2016).

Please read our Pre-enrolment Course Information. It includes information about the training course contents and dates, structure, fees and the on-going commitment. Please read it carefully and if you have any queries, contact us directly: 

P: 9051 7471 

E: lifeline.ballarat@vt.uniting.org

 

Applications are now closed for the current application period. Applications will reopen shortly for the next intake.

 

Lifeline remains committed to providing Crisis Support Worker Training and has adapted their training, experiences and operations to ensure the health and safety of their team members and community. Unfortunately, due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, Lifeline has reached capacity to accept further applications.

 

 

 

 

Could you be a volunteer Crisis Supporter for Lifeline?

We offer

  • A journey of self discovery and development
  • Nationally recognised training
  • The opportunity to participate in a unique form of community service
  • Ongoing support, mentoring and supervision within a community of friendly, committed people.

 

What do our crisis supporters say about Lifeline?

  • Making a difference and helping people
  • Contributing to the wider community
  • Relaxed, safe, caring environment
  • Improving skills and continual self development

   

 

 

 

 

What our volunteers say about Lifeline

 

“When I first heard about the opportunity to volunteer as a Crisis Supporter for Lifeline Ballarat, I didn’t know what to expect, but I thought I’d give it a go.

It turned out to be a very important decision. I feel engaged and alive. I feel that not only am I helping callers in their time of need, but they in turn help me, it’s definitely a two-way street.

I’ve grown through the experience and I use what I have learned on the phone at Lifeline in my personal life. It has been an enriching experience all round.”

Volunteer Crisis Supporter, June 2016

  

"I came to my Lifeline Information evening with questions…..

  • What difference was Lifeline making in the community?
  • What training is provided to be a Crisis Supporter (CS) with Lifeline?
  • Did I have the skills to become a CS with Lifeline, would I know what to say? 

It was surprising and confronting to hear the Australian suicide statistics and to learn the impact that Lifeline makes as Australia’s leading crisis support line.  

I found myself inspired - wanting to make a difference for people in crisis –  People finding life difficult, struggling to cope, thinking thoughts of suicide... wanting someone hear and listen to them.

Volunteering with Lifeline has enabled me to be one of those listeners.

I have learned so much.  The professional, accredited Lifeline training has equipped me in my role, and the interaction with Trainers, Lifeline staff, and fellow volunteers, all caring professionals, supports me in my role.

The developed skills and values used in my role as a CS have also transferred into my everyday life – at work, with family, with friends.  I find myself listening more actively, being more empathic, and non-judgmental. 

The training process was informative and extremely supportive and the volunteering environment at Lifeline Ballarat is amazing – professional, friendly, appreciative and volunteers are continually valued and supported.

I feel privileged to be part of the Lifeline team at Ballarat, offering crisis support to Australians through compassion and connection."

Sabine, volunteer CS 2020

 

 

 

 

 

What accreditation do Crisis Supporters receive?


Lifeline Telephone Crisis Supporter Workplace Training is mapped to Units of Competency from the Community Services Training Package. Successful completion will result in a Statement of Attainment for the following four units:

  • CHCCCS003 Increase the safety of individuals at risk of suicide
  • CHCCCS019 Recognise and respond to crisis situations
  • CHCCCS028 Provide client-centred support to people in crisis

 Successful completion of these units and ongoing workplace-based training is required to volunteer as a Telephone Crisis Supporter for Lifeline Melbourne.

 

 

 

 

How to apply

Step 1 - Apply online


Complete your application by clicking the fill in an application button  

 

Step 2 - Interview

We’ll then process your application and inform you if we require any further information or would like you to attend an interview. 

 

Step 3 - Training 

Once your application has been completed you will be invited to commence training as a Crisis Supporter.

 

 

Applications are now closed for the current application period.

Applications will reopen shortly for the next intake.

 



Uniting is a child safe organisation and is committed in everyday practice to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all children, at all times. As a ‘child safe’ organisation, employment with Uniting is subject to a satisfactory national (and international where relevant) police check and relevant Working with Children Check in your State prior to commencement of any paid or unpaid work and/or participation in any service or undertaking.

Uniting is also committed to equal opportunity and ensuring the workplace is reflective of the community. We encourage people from different backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with a disability

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Lifeline Melbourne

Volunteer with Lifeline Melbourne

Apply to train as a Volunteer Lifeline Telephone Crisis Supporter in Semester 1 of 2022. Applications will open in late October 2021.

This course, which includes recognised Units of Competency, is designed to train and accredit you to provide care and support to people in crisis.

 

Crisis Supporters from diverse backgrounds and of all ages volunteer with Lifeline Melbourne. Our volunteers may be studying, employed or retired, however they all bring a wealth of experience to their role.

 

It’s not necessary to have counselling experience or skills in order to be selected for training. We are looking for volunteers who have empathy, a mature outlook, and can listen and respond warmly to the concerns of others.

 

Being a Crisis Supporter requires a 12-month commitment. If you are considering applying for this course, please read the following information and attachments carefully prior to submitting your application.

 

To find out more download our pre enrolment information pack  (opens in a new window) 

 

Please note the course fee in 2022 is $950. To apply, you must be an Australian Permanent resident or Australian Citizen.

 

We are now accepting applications for the trainings in Semester 1 of 2022.

 

Training spots are limited and in high demand, so don’t delay getting your application in.

 

To apply to train as Volunteer Lifeline Crisis Supporter complete the application form (opens in a new window) and send to lifelinetraining@vt.uniting.org 

 

Please ensure that your application form is personally signed or insert photo of your signature and email your full application form as a full Word document or PDF (not page by page); we do not accept photos of your application form.

Referees
Please provide a reference letter from a workplace, other volunteer or community organisation, or a place of study, with regards to your suitability for the role. The person providing the reference letter should be from someone you have known for a minimum of 18 months.


A family member or a friend’s character reference letter will not be accepted.


Please note: A phone number/email address is not sufficient. We do not contact referees to provide character references. Your application will not be processed until we receive your character reference letter.

Instructions for referees: 

Please describe your connection to the person you are recommending, including how long you've known them (it should be a minimum of 18 months), and why you are qualified to write a reference letter on their behalf.
Give information relevant to the person’s qualities and skills that make them suitable for the Crisis Supporter role: include why you believe are qualified and what they can contribute. If you can, relate specific instances where you observed the person successfully using skills that might be useful for the volunteer role at Lifeline.

 

Please ensure that the reference is signed and dated and is provided on a company letterhead or word document showing your referees full name, address and contact number. We do not accept character references in the body of an email.  

 

 


Uniting is a child safe organisation and is committed in everyday practice to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all children, at all times. As a ‘child safe’ organisation, employment with Uniting is subject to a satisfactory national (and international where relevant) police check and relevant Working with Children Check in your State prior to commencement of any paid or unpaid work and/or participation in any service or undertaking.

Uniting is also committed to equal opportunity and ensuring the workplace is reflective of the community. We encourage people from different backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with a disability.

Lifeline Australia Strategic Framework

Become a crisis supporter today

Lifeline Melbourne

 

Through Lifeline, we provide counselling for people experiencing personal crisis. Lifeline centres across the country are run by not-for-profit community service organisations like us. We run the largest centre in Victoria and Tasmania out of Melbourne, as well as a regional centre in Ballarat.

 

Anyone experiencing a personal crisis or thinking about suicide can contact Lifeline. Our trained, compassionate team will answer your call, listen to you, provide support and connect you to other services and options in your area.

Every minute of every day there’s a call to Lifeline.

 

Applications are now closed for the current application period. Applications will reopen shortly for the next intake.

 

Lifeline remains committed to providing Crisis Support Worker Training and has adapted their training, experiences and operations to ensure the health and safety of their team members and community. Unfortunately, due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, Lifeline has reached capacity to accept further applications.

 

 

 

 

Volunteer with Lifeline Melbourne


Apply to train as a Volunteer Lifeline Telephone Crisis Supporter in 2021.

This course, which includes recognised Units of Competency, is designed to train and accredit you to provide care and support to people in crisis.

Crisis Supporters from diverse backgrounds and of all ages volunteer with Lifeline Melbourne. Our volunteers may be studying, employed or retired, however they all bring a wealth of experience to their role.

It’s not necessary to have counselling experience or skills in order to be selected for training. We are looking for volunteers who have empathy, a mature outlook, and can listen and respond warmly to the concerns of others.

Being a Crisis Supporter is an important commitment. If you are considering applying for this course, please read the following information and attachments carefully prior to submitting your application.

Please also ensure that your character reference letter has been personally signed and dated, and is printed on a company letterhead or Word doc showing your referee’s full name, address and contact number; we do not accept copies of emails as character references.

Please note the course fee in 2021 is $950. 

To apply, you must be an Australian resident. 

To find out more download our pre enrollment information pack 

 

 

 

 

 

What’s involved in becoming a Lifeline Volunteer?


To become an accredited Lifeline Telephone Crisis Supporter you will be required to undertake a specialist workplace-based training program, called Crisis Supporter Workplace Training, in telephone crisis support skills.

This comprehensive and highly regarded course covers a range of crisis support skills, suicide intervention skills and community issues. Training at Lifeline Melbourne may complement other training courses in counselling and psychology, and is often recommended by these types of courses. However we welcome applications from people with all types of backgrounds and life experiences.

The training involves a varied learning environment. This includes elements of online learning, lectures, group work and student placement. It takes approximately 12 months to complete the training which includes a probationary period of 62 hours over nine months.

 

 

 

 

 

What accreditation do Crisis Supporters receive?


Lifeline Telephone Crisis Supporter Workplace Training is mapped to Units of Competency from the Community Services Training Package. Successful completion will result in a Statement of Attainment for the following four units:

  • CHCCCS003 Increase the safety of individuals at risk of suicide
  • CHCCCS019 Recognise and respond to crisis situations
  • CHCCCS028 Provide client-centred support to people in crisis

 Successful completion of these units and ongoing workplace-based training is required to volunteer as a Telephone Crisis Supporter for Lifeline Melbourne.

 

 

 

 

How to apply

Step 1 - Apply online


Complete your application by clicking the fill in an application button  

 

Step 2 - Interview

We’ll then process your application and inform you if we require any further information or would like you to attend an interview. 

 

Step 3 - Training 

Once your application has been completed you will be invited to commence training as a Crisis Supporter.

 

 

Volunteer with Lifeline Melbourne

Apply to train as a Volunteer Lifeline Telephone Crisis Supporter in Semester 1 of 2022.

This course, which includes recognised Units of Competency, is designed to train and accredit you to provide care and support to people in crisis.

 

Crisis Supporters from diverse backgrounds and of all ages volunteer with Lifeline Melbourne. Our volunteers may be studying, employed or retired, however they all bring a wealth of experience to their role.

 

It’s not necessary to have counselling experience or skills in order to be selected for training. We are looking for volunteers who have empathy, a mature outlook, and can listen and respond warmly to the concerns of others.

 

Being a Crisis Supporter requires a 12-month commitment. If you are considering applying for this course, please read the following information and attachments carefully prior to submitting your application.

 

To find out more download our pre enrolment information pack  (opens in a new window) 

 

Please note the course fee in 2022 is $950. To apply, you must be an Australian Permanent resident or Australian Citizen.

 

We are now accepting applications for the trainings in Semester 1 of 2022.

 

Training spots are limited and in high demand, so don’t delay getting your application in.

 

To apply to train as Volunteer Lifeline Crisis Supporter complete the application form (opens in a new window) and send to lifelinetraining@vt.uniting.org 

 

Please ensure that your application form is personally signed or insert photo of your signature and email your full application form as a full Word document or PDF (not page by page); we do not accept photos of your application form.

Referees
Please provide a reference letter from a workplace, other volunteer or community organisation, or a place of study, with regards to your suitability for the role. The person providing the reference letter should be from someone you have known for a minimum of 18 months.


A family member or a friend’s character reference letter will not be accepted.


Please note: A phone number/email address is not sufficient. We do not contact referees to provide character references. Your application will not be processed until we receive your character reference letter.

Instructions for referees: 

Please describe your connection to the person you are recommending, including how long you've known them (it should be a minimum of 18 months), and why you are qualified to write a reference letter on their behalf.
Give information relevant to the person’s qualities and skills that make them suitable for the Crisis Supporter role: include why you believe are qualified and what they can contribute. If you can, relate specific instances where you observed the person successfully using skills that might be useful for the volunteer role at Lifeline.

 

Please ensure that the reference is signed and dated and is provided on a company letterhead or word document showing your referees full name, address and contact number. We do not accept character references in the body of an email.  

 

 


Uniting is a child safe organisation and is committed in everyday practice to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all children, at all times. As a ‘child safe’ organisation, employment with Uniting is subject to a satisfactory national (and international where relevant) police check and relevant Working with Children Check in your State prior to commencement of any paid or unpaid work and/or participation in any service or undertaking.

Uniting is also committed to equal opportunity and ensuring the workplace is reflective of the community. We encourage people from different backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with a disability.

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Op Shops - North West Vic

Putting people first.


Social enterprises are businesses with a social purpose. Their proceeds generate additional income for our services in local communities.

Our social enterprises include:

  • Op shops - selling second hand clothing and goods
  • Event catering - serving up food and training opportunities
  • Corporate training and consulting - professional development for businesses who want to get better at caring for their consumers
  • Austalian Disability Enterprises.


Giving back to local communities
Supporting social enterprises can be a great way to give back to your local community.

By volunteering with us, you will become an important part of our team, helping to create positive change for people and communities. 

Find out more about our programs at unitingvictas.org.au


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Southern & Eastern Melbourne

Every day, our services support individuals, families and communities across Victoria and Tasmania.

By volunteering with us, you will become an important part of our team, helping to create positive change for people and communities. 

Find out more about our programs at unitingvictas.org.au


Hear the real story


 

Search below to find an opportunity to join in the fun! 

 

Where we need support

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Uniting Early Learning

We know that children learn best while they're playing, so we're passionate about making learning exciting. We create imaginative, caring and playful learning experiences that inspire children to build positive relationships and skills for life.

Programs supported by Volunteers

Kindergarten

Nurturing confident and creative learners

Kindergarten should be a joyous experience filled with laughter, learning and exciting discoveries while preparing 3 and 4 year olds for their first year at school.

Your child will explore their sense of self and creativity in environments that are rich in art, music, numbers, and language.

Our structured learning environments pave the path to school by encouraging children to engage with their surroundings, respect other cultures, express themselves and connect with others.

Contact your local service to find out more - https://earlylearning.unitingvictas.org.au/find-a-service/ 

 

 


Uniting is a child safe organisation and is committed in everyday practice to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all children, at all times. As a ‘child safe’ organisation, volunteering with Uniting is subject to a satisfactory national (and international where relevant) police check and Working With Children Check (in Victoria) and/or Working With Vulnerable People Check (in Tasmania) prior to commencement in any service or undertaking.

 

 

Child care

Positive, supportive early learning environments lay strong foundations for children to blossom later in life.


Your child's self-confidence and resilience will grow as they explore their creativity and express their individuality while they learn, play, and have adventures with friends in our nurturing environment.

Contact your local service to find out more - https://earlylearning.unitingvictas.org.au/find-a-service/ 

 

 


Uniting is a child safe organisation and is committed in everyday practice to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all children, at all times. As a ‘child safe’ organisation, volunteering with Uniting is subject to a satisfactory national (and international where relevant) police check and Working With Children Check (in Victoria) and/or Working With Vulnerable People Check (in Tasmania) prior to commencement in any service or undertaking.

 

 

Fill in an application