Strategic Direction 2013 - 2017

 CAFWA-SA Peak Body

Leadership

  • The CAFWA-SA 'Values Statement' informs our way of operating in addition to shaping our response to social issues
  • The Executive Management Plan supports strong leadership

Advocacy

  • CAFWA-SA prioritises sector issues
  • We have a strong sector voice driven by our agreed values, roles clarity, influence, other peak bodies and the right people

Sustainability

  • CAFWA-SA achieves financial growth and income diversification 
  • We will be resourced to achieve our objectives

 Policy and Practice Development

Representation

  • CAFWA-SA is an influential peak body
  • CAFWA utilises the media to promote the interests of children, young people and families SA
  • CAFWA shares at all key sector forums in the interests of promoting alternative and different ways of thinking

Policy

  • CAFWA-SA is instrumental in key policy development and decisions affecting the sector
  • CAFWA-SA is proactive in driving and developing sector policies
  • CAFWA-SA responds effectively to sector policy and legislative development

Practice Approach

  • CAFWA-SA promotes practice approaches grounded in the values of respect, inclusiveness, empowerment and collaboration.
  • CAFWA-SA works with sector partners to advance training and development opportunities
  • CAFWA-SA will promote the advancement of evidence informed practice models where these improve outcomes for children, young people and families

 Sector Development

Membership

  • CAFWA-SA Membership represents the sector
  • CAFWA-SA Membership is informed, active and bold in participation and decision making

Knowledge

  • CAFWA-SA increases knowledge across the sector 
  • CAFWA-SA will develop quality knowledge management strategies and training

Partnerhip

  • CAFWA-SA maximises opportunities for integration and collaboration across the sector to achieve better outcomes for children, young people and families
  • CAFWA-SA will model positive collaboration in all relationships

Strategic Direction 2013 - 2017

www.childandfamily-sa.org.au / about-us / strategic-direction

 CAFWA-SA Peak Body

Leadership

  • The CAFWA-SA 'Values Statement' informs our way of operating in addition to shaping our response to social issues
  • The Executive Management Plan supports strong leadership

Advocacy

  • CAFWA-SA prioritises sector issues
  • We have a strong sector voice driven by our agreed values, roles clarity, influence, other peak bodies and the right people

Sustainability

  • CAFWA-SA achieves financial growth and income diversification 
  • We will be resourced to achieve our objectives

 Policy and Practice Development

Representation

  • CAFWA-SA is an influential peak body
  • CAFWA utilises the media to promote the interests of children, young people and families SA
  • CAFWA shares at all key sector forums in the interests of promoting alternative and different ways of thinking

Policy

  • CAFWA-SA is instrumental in key policy development and decisions affecting the sector
  • CAFWA-SA is proactive in driving and developing sector policies
  • CAFWA-SA responds effectively to sector policy and legislative development

Practice Approach

  • CAFWA-SA promotes practice approaches grounded in the values of respect, inclusiveness, empowerment and collaboration.
  • CAFWA-SA works with sector partners to advance training and development opportunities
  • CAFWA-SA will promote the advancement of evidence informed practice models where these improve outcomes for children, young people and families

 Sector Development

Membership

  • CAFWA-SA Membership represents the sector
  • CAFWA-SA Membership is informed, active and bold in participation and decision making

Knowledge

  • CAFWA-SA increases knowledge across the sector 
  • CAFWA-SA will develop quality knowledge management strategies and training

Partnerhip

  • CAFWA-SA maximises opportunities for integration and collaboration across the sector to achieve better outcomes for children, young people and families
  • CAFWA-SA will model positive collaboration in all relationships
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