Community Support Services provides a range of community programs including:
Community Services #1 Childcare Centres are dedicated to early education and care for children aged 0-6. Our philosophy underpins the importance of early childhood and the value of play as a vehicle for learning.
Working in partnership with families is integral in developing a sense of community at the Centre and parents are encourage to participate in the program as a whole.
If you are looking for a great venue central to services, or one more remote in which to host an event such as a wedding, conference, workshop or a get together – Community Services #1 can cater to your needs.
We have excellent rooms for hire in three different locations and are able to provide access on a hire basis to equipment such as overhead projector, screens, whiteboards, PA System. All our venues are ideal for meetings, workshops or group activities.
Optimum Training and Development (OTD) is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO 88016) dedicated to providing high quality training and professional development services. Established in 2000, OTD has established itself as a well-regarded training provider, especially in the Community Services sector.
We are registered to provide training in accord with the requirements of the Australian Quality Skills Authority, and can be found on www.training.gov.au
Community Services #1 appreciate that our greatest asset is our dedicated employees.
We acknowledge their significant contribution to the successful operation of the Organisation. We value our employees’ diversity, input, and work ethic.
Community Service #1 (CS#1) is a community based not-for-profit, non-government organisation incorporated as an association in 1987. The organisation manages and delivers a range of community services including community development, family support services, training services, children’s services and aged care and disability services.
The main objectives of Community Services #1 are the relief of poverty, distress, sickness, suffering and destitution in the ACT community.