VACSAL’s RTO held the 8th graduation ceremony for the class of 2021 on the 11th February 2022.
VACSAL's Aboriginal Best Start Project Team held a forum to stakeholders via Zoom
Congratulations to the following students for successfully
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Victorian aboriginal community services Association ltd (vacsal)
The Victorian Aboriginal Community Services Association Ltd (VACSAL) is a state-wide agency that provides advice to government on a range of community development issues as well as being a major provider of extensive services to the Aboriginal community in both the metropolitan and some regional communities.
VACSAL is a community based, community controlled organisation compromising of representatives from Koorie organisations across the state. VACSAL has been instrumental in assisting the Victorian and Commonwealth Government develop policies and programs in major areas relating to the advancement of Aboriginal people,
VACSAL supports and manages a number of community programs as well as providing strategic advice to Aboriginal organisations and government bodies on issues impacting on Aboriginal people.
Aboriginal culture is core to VACSAL’s values and we will always be a culturally safe environment for Aboriginal peoples and our LGBTQIA+ Mob, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and gender diverse, non-binary, sistergirls, brotherboys, intersex and two spirit queer folk.
For VACSAL, this means we embrace the diversity of our Aboriginal community and any non-Aboriginal family members of community. As cultural integrity is the cornerstone of our services, we will make all of our community feel welcome in our services and embrace their needs and identities as individuals.
We understand that not everybody will require the same approach, instead we consider their needs as an individual, as a family, as a community.