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Get the knowledge and skills you need to take your arts leadership ambitions to the next level.

We’ve teamed up with Women on Boards to deliver an exciting new FREE webinar program which will provide training and support for women and men with disability or who are Deaf from NSW and the ACT to understand more about engaging with boards as well as developing skills to become board and/or committee members and contribute to advisory panels.

  • Webinar #1: Monday 27 July, 12pm - 1:15pm
  • Webinar #2: Thursday 30 July, 12pm - 1:15pm
  • Zoom (links sent following registration)
  • Auslan interpretation and captioning will be provided

To participate, complete this Expression of Interest by 10am on Monday 20 July.

You will be advised of your selection to participate by Wednesday 22 July.

Boards sit at the apex of most organisations. They are the governing body which, at a practical level, sets the strategic direction for the organisation and then monitors performance against a set of measures. In reality their role is far more complex and nuanced - and requires technical and transferable skills, emotional intelligence, soft skills and a high level of understanding of the needs of employees, customers and other stakeholders.

Learn about:
  • How to serve on, report to, engage with and influence boards, committees and advisory panels.
  • The technical and transferable skills you bring to the table and how these can be best utilised.
Participants will receive a 12-month complimentary membership to the Women on Boards network, and a follow-up session with the workshop presenters.

1) Applicants must identify as being Deaf and/or a person with disability
2) Applicants must reside in NSW or the ACT

Applicants will be assessed on how the training will benefit their professional practice and/or their disability advocacy.  

Applications close at 10am on Monday 20 July 2020.

For further information or to request information in a different format, please contact: or (02) 9251 6499
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