Fams Roadshow’s on the road again

21 September 2022

Fams Roadshow is on the road again!

We are getting prepared for the next leg of our Fams Roadshows in October, Wagga Wagga, Queanbeyan, Nowra and Wollongong we are heading your way. Have you Booked your Roadshow spot? Spaces are running out in some locations. Don’t forget to register!

We have an additional online session for all Sydney’s District areas because some participants of the first one were impacted by the public transport strike on the day we held our Sydney Roadshow.
Book your Sydney Roadshow – Online (Zoom Session). Don’t forget to register!

This roadshow will provide an opportunity for you/your service to:

  • Meet our new CEO, Susan Watson
  • See what the data is telling us about your District
  • Talk about what you are seeing in practice
  • Find out how Fams can support you in the coming year
  • Hear about our recently created positions.

We are encouraging all workers and Managers of the NSW DCJ-funded TEI (Targeted Earlier Intervention) program to attend, along with District Directors and CPOs from the DCJ District offices.

Fams have been working closely with many of you through the SSTF (Social Sector Transformation Fund) on DEX reporting and data quality and we are keen to share what we have learned collectively through these online sessions.  We have been able to identify the common mistakes across reporting and also what is working well and what isn’t.

We will also be sharing district DEX data and providing the time and space for people to talk about how this early data reflects your own DEX data and what we could all collaborate on to improve the information we are able to source from the TEI Activity Report and other Data Exchange (DEX) reports.

This is an opportunity to meet with others to discuss the significance of the overarching DEX data, how it can inform service delivery moving forward, and to begin working with others in the district on areas highlighted in the data of concern or that identify new and emerging target groups or communities in need.