Expressions of interest are open for the CALD audit project expert advisory group
The Increasing capacity of AOD treatment services to support culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) people and their communities project (aka CALD Audit Project) seeks expressions of interest (EOI) from suitably qualified individuals for membership on the CALD Audit Project Expert Advisory Group (EAG).
This project aims to devise, implement and evaluate an auditing process to enhance the cultural inclusion of mainstream AOD treatment services in supporting people from CALD communities accessing treatment. The auditing process aims to optimise service experiences by identifying organisational factors that support best practice cultural inclusion. The tool will be piloted in four non government AOD services for use in public health and non government services.
The purpose of the EAG is to inform and assist the project team’s decision making, and provide guidance on the development of:
an organisational cultural inclusiveness audit tool
We aim to recruit advisory group members who are from CALD background, and are able to represent the non government AOD sector or community views. Apply now or read the EOI guidelines to learn more. Expressions of interest close 2 November 2021.
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