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Anon-profit organisation dedicated to strengthening educational ties between China and Australia, supporting Chinese language education and increasing mutual understanding.
- Local Clubs:University
In 2005, we became the first Confucius Institute to be established in Australia. We now form part of a worldwide network of 500 sister institutes across 138 nations. Our team of Chinese and local staff work side by side to connect Western Australians with Chinese language, Chinese culture and Chinese people.
Daglish Tennis Club may be one of the smallest tennis clubs in the West but it has the biggest heart.
- Local Clubs:Sports
With three grass tennis courts and clubhouse facilities the courts are accessible to all.
Non-member court hire is available during daylight hours and social bbq’s are run every Wednesday during the summer.
Situated within the Western Suburbs backing on to a park it provides for a convenient location for families to come down and enjoy a game of tennis and use the surrounding facilities.
The ‘From Paddock to Plate’ (FP2P) Accreditation Program is a new initiative by ABC Rural journalist, food writer, author and passionate sheep and cattle producer, Louise FitzRoy.
- Type:Local Focus
- Local Clubs:Food & Wine
“…the way farmers’ markets should be”
The FP2P Program distinguishes authentic farmers’ market stallholders from other market participants. It works to recognise and promote as well as increase the profit and viability of our genuine producers. Members are provided with exclusive on-site signage and media exposure, as well as the right to display the unique FP2P Accreditation symbol and stamp of approval at their market stall. The accreditation program ensures that the public are only buying from genuine producers, giving them the rightful chance to be educated on where their food comes from and how it is grown, raised or made, as well as meeting customer’s expectations of the way authentic farmers’ market should be.
One of the FP2P Program’s aims is to continue to build the “social aspect” and “sense of community” at all farmers’ markets by encouraging customers to take more interest in the items they are buying and ask more questions about the origin of the food. Customers will come to you for information and understanding, with the reassurance you are an authentic stallholder. Producers should see an involvement in the FP2P Program as a unique chance to proudly educate the public about life on the land and take this opportunity to promote the love, passion and dedication that goes into producing food for our country.
FP2P understands the work involved in attending a farmers’ market, so make sure you to get the most out of it by becoming accredited!
Some of the many benefits provided to accredited stallholders include:
*Your own FP2P stall sign and certificate
*Widespread media coverage all year round
*Several radio interviews
*Your profile and selected products promoted on the FP2P website (www.frompaddocktoplate.com.au)
*Editorials in selected newspapers and magazines
*A short video filmed on farm for promotional purposes
*An opportunity to feature in the proposed FP2P book sequel and documentary for promotional purposes
*Social media coverage on Twitter and Facebook (a way to communicate with your customers)
*Free annual subscription to the FP2P newsletter
*Free communication with your customers via the FP2P contact database
*Notification of new market stalls available throughout WA farmers' markets
*Potential to sell more product
*Reduced competition with re-sellers
*An ability to sell your seconds
*Better control over educating customers
*More freedom of supply
If you have any questions or need help completing the form, please give Louise a call or send her an email – 0421 578 969 / [email protected]
FutureNow – Creative and Leisure Industries Training Council Inc brings together industry leaders, training organisations and action groups to make recommendations to government regarding workforce development strategies for Western Australia. Working across the creative and leisure industries, FutureNow facilitates the continual improvement of workforce skills to drive productivity and deliver a competitive edge for Western Australian companies now and into the future.
- Local Clubs:Special Interest
As the leader in brokering the provision of best practice workforce development solutions for the creative and leisure industries in Western Australia, FutureNow will influence and enhance its industries' future competitiveness and productivity by ensuring businesses and people have the right skills, in the right place at the right time.
FutureNow has a membership base of industry representatives and is run by a Board of Management. The Board of Management has representatives from employers, unions and peak industry associations from its range of industry sectors. Additionally FutureNow works in partnership with national skills councils who are responsible for the development, implementation and continuous improvement of quality nationally recognised training products and services including training packages.
There are three overarching core functions of the Training Council:
Leadership role in promoting training to industry, including partnerships between industry and the training sector
Supporting innovation and workforce development
Provide forward looking advice to State and Commonwealth Governments on training needs and priorities for public funding.
The core functions of Training Councils as outlined in the Review of Industry Training Advisory Arrangements in Western Australia and determined through the service agreement between the Department of Training and Workforce Development and the Training Council are:
Leadership role in promoting training to industry, including partnershis between industry and the training sector
Keep industry advised of training developments in their industry including: AQTF changes; training packages; national policy
- Identify and develop innovative approaches to industry skill development
- Promote industry take-up of training, including promoting new training initiatives from the Department
- Build relationships and broker training solutions for industry with Registered Training Organisations
- Provide leadership in driving change in industry training arrangements that support industry advancement
- Facilitate industry input to the development and review of Training Packages and curriculum
- Target Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to promote part-time apprenticeship arrangements
- Identify and promote existing worker traineeship opportunities
- Work collaboratively with industry, the Department and the national Industry Skills Councils to increase the uptake of existing worker, and higher level traineeship opportunities
- Work collaboratively with industry, the Department and enterprises to identify the opportunities for work based training, in particular where higher level VET qualifications may apply
- Keep industry advised of training developments in their industry, including new apprenticeship and traineeship opportunities, and part-time and school-based apprenticeship arrangements
Perth's first and only LGBTI+ friendly hockey club who welcomes everyone from complete beginners to experienced players.
- Type:Club,Local Focus
- Local Clubs:Social Club,Sports
While homophobia can sadly find its way into many sporting cultures and clubs, Perth Pythons believe that the best way to combat this is to be out, proud and active within our communities. This is a fun, social, inclusive and friendly Hockey Club for beginners to advanced players.
Weekly training on Sundays from 4:30pm - 6:00pm Sundays (Summer Only) at the UWA Hockey Club.
Bring your mouthguard and shin pads and you can borrow a hockey stick if you are just starting out.
The Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia (RASWA) is a member-based not-for-profit apolitical organisation based in Perth, WA. RASWA’s role is to promote the significance of rural Western Australia and the state’s primary industries.
- Local Clubs:Social Club,Food & Wine
- Industry & Politics:Industry Assn
Working to help ‘bridge the gap’ between city and country WA, the Society’s activities are focused on showcasing the many and varied achievements of rural Western Australia. Since the founding of the Society in 1831, RASWA has successfully encouraged and assisted the development of Western Australian resources – including agricultural, horticultural, viticultural, industrial, rural, technological, commercial and mineral resources.
Operating under the Royal Agricultural Society Act, the Society plays a key role in agricultural shows and rural events around the State. We have close links to regional agricultural societies and livestock breed societies. We support community and junior sporting groups which use Claremont Showground.
We encourage regional and agricultural students through our involvement in educational scholarships and competitions which enhance the skills and opportunities of young people.
We recognise the achievements of individuals through the Agricultural Hall of Fame, the Rural Community Achiever and the Rural Ambassador awards.
RASWA holds freehold title to the land at Claremont and its tenure is enshrined in an Act of Parliament. With that comes an obligation and a responsibility to utilise the grounds to its best advantage. Accordingly RASWA’s vision is to have these grounds, with their strategic location, not only a focal point for showcasing the best of rural Western Australia, but a year round centre for innovation, education and entertainment.
Each year Claremont Showground hosts a diverse range of events, exhibitions and festivals in a variety of pavilions, function / seminar rooms, arena and outdoor areas.
RASWA is also responsible for the organisation and management of Western Australia’s largest annual community event, the Perth Royal Show. Like no other event, the Perth Royal Show is a show for the people – a great example of how the RAS serves the community and achieves its mission objectives. The Perth Royal Show competitions benchmark excellence across a range of industries including livestock, wine making, beer production, dairy, food production, clothing production, the arts and sport.
The mission of Shakespeare WA is to build a uniquely Western Australian classical repertory Theatre Company using the plays of William Shakespeare and his contemporaries as the foundation stone for our work. Shakespeare WA is committed to promoting excellence through performance and teaching that speaks to contemporary audiences of all ages and cultures throughout the State and beyond.
- Local Clubs:Arts
- Arts:Performing Arts
Shakespeare WA aims to introduce audiences to the arts, increase access to the arts, involvement in the arts and most importantly to promote active participation. Shakespeare WA is committed to providing “theatre for everyone” from every social stratum, and in particular, those who would not normally see the plays of Shakespeare.
The University Club is an award-winning event venue and members club located on the Matilda Bay foreshore. Many events are open to non-members too!
- Local Clubs:University
With its spectacular location and stellar reputation the University Club of Western Australia offers Members, corporate clients and the university community a first class conference and event facility complemented by all the style, comfort and attention to detail you would expect to find in an exclusive Club environment.
Since opening its doors in 2005 the Club has become one of Perth’s premier event venues winning numerous industry accolades – including three successive coveted Gold Plate Awards.
Today, the Club boasts nearly 5000 Members all of whom have joined to stay connected to the University of Western Australia. With stylish dining outlets, award winning cuisine and a vibrant event calendar the University Club is the educated choice for those looking for a rewarding and vibrant membership experience.
Semi-professional theatre company run at The University of Western Australia, established in 1917.
- Local Clubs:Music
- Arts:Comedy,Performing Arts
UDS is a student-run semi-professional theatre company based at the University of Western Australia, and affiliated with the UWA Student Guild. Running for nearly 100 years, UDS has a long history but an interest in producing work that is exciting and relevant today. Open to students and others alike, we encourage new work, including plays written by members, as well as contemporary and historical theatre. UDS works mostly in the Dolphin Theatre at UWA.
All productions are run entirely by members, and UDS is a great breeding ground for young actors, directors, producers, technicians and so on, while being accessible to those just wanting to have some fun.
UDS is a great opportunity for those interested in theatre, both at UWA and outside of it.
As one of Australia's leading music schools in one of the world's leading universities, the UWA Conservatorium of Music transforms individuals to release their full creative potential.
- Local Clubs:University
Graduates of the UWA Conservatorium of Music have gone on to postgraduate study at national and international centres of music excellence. They perform in every major orchestra in Australia and as chamber musicians and soloists around the world. They inspire the next generation of musicians in classrooms across Australia and work in a wide range of arts organisations.
Each year, we present a vibrant program of concerts and events that showcase our young emerging artists and the finest musical talent locally, nationally and internationally.
- 6488 6000
The Institute of Advanced Studies brings researchers from all over the world to The University of Western Australia, with the aim of further enhancing UWA’s global research profile.
- Local Clubs:University
A broad and balanced coverage of disciplines in the Arts, Sciences and the professions at internationally recognised standards is offered, and the University is characterised by a strong research and postgraduate emphasis across the full range of these disciplines, as well as research excellence in selected areas of strength, opportunity and importance.
The University fosters an international focus for all its activities and standards as an integral part of its overriding commitment to excellence and high quality. It will be valued, above all, for its enduring commitment to improving society through learning and discovery.
The Institute of Advanced Studies contributes in all of these priority areas for the University, and reaches out to the broadest definition of community: a community of scholars, of students, and of an interested general community of inquiring and curious people.
Wines of Western Australia provides support to producers and Regional Associations in the development of their region.
- Local Clubs:Food & Wine
- Industry & Politics:Industry Assn
The mandate of Wines of WA, as defined in the WA Wine Industry Strategic Review 2014-24, is to provide support to WA wine producers and their Regional Associations in the development of their region through:
Ensuring that government and its relevant agencies understand the position of WA wine producers on key issues.
Securing resources and funding to build strengths across the value chain.
Developing strong relationships with relevant government agencies, synergistic industries and other groups for the benefit of WA wine producers.
Enhancing the reputation of the WA wine industry in all markets.
Management of projects that benefit WA wine producers.
Support for Regional Associations in providing services for their members.
Ensuring that WA wine producers receive accurate and timely information that is relevant to their business.
Ensuring that accurate and timely information about the WA wine industry is available to government and its relevant agencies, synergistic industries and the community.