Central Queensland University (CQU) has five campuses in central Queensland - Rockhampton, Gladstone, Mackay, Bundaberg and Emerald. Campuses in Brisbane and Gold Coast cater to international students, although there are limited spaces available for full-fee paying Australian citizens and permanent residents.

Undergraduate programs

  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Bachelor of Professional Communication
  • Bachelor of Communication
  • Bachelor of Science (Psychology)
  • Bachelor of Social Work
  • Bachelor of Psychology

Postgraduate programs

  • Graduate Certificate in Sciences Communication
  • Graduate Diploma of Sciences Communication
  • Graduate Diploma of Psychology
  • Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology
  • Master of Sciences Communication
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Community engagement is about ensuring that those most impacted by social challenges have a say in designing and implementing solutions. Evidence and practice shows that the participation of intended beneficiaries and their families, neighbours, and trusted leaders can be critical to collaborations...
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You can now register for a webinar with Volunteering Queensland on Overcoming negativity on social media. This social media crisis communication webinar is action packed with powerful insights that will fire proof your organisation. The webinar will cover: steps to prepare for a crisis so you can...
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Join Fusion in partnership with TAFE Queensland East Coast for the Bi-annual Mental Health Winter Forum: Choice, Chance and Change. Hear from a range of high-profile guest speakers including Queensland Mental Health Commissioner Ivan Frkovic. The forum will be held on 6 July 2018, between 8:30am...
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Queensland Government media release Queensland community groups have more than a million reasons to get excited this month, with a celebratory round of grants on offer from the state’s Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF). Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Yvette D’Ath said applications...
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The Queensland Community Achievement Awards are designed to encourage, acknowledge and reward the valuable contributions individuals, communities and businesses are making throughout Queensland. Each of the category winners will receive a $2,500 award prize, courtesy of the Commonwealth Bank. Do...
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The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission is a new independent agency established to improve the quality and safety of NDIS supports and services. They regulate the NDIS market and handle complaints about the quality and safety of NDIS supports and services. This means there will be changes for...
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The Brisbane Careers in Disability Expo will bring job seekers, disability service providers, job agencies and training organisations together. At the Expo you can find out about a diverse range of jobs available, meet employers and get practical advice about pathways and training. Expressions of...
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Queensland Government media release One of North Queensland’s most prominent community services providers has celebrated a significant milestone, with NQ Community Services officially changing its name to the very fitting title of ‘Community Gro’. Speaking at the launch of Community Gro on Friday (...
The Queensland Alliance for Mental Health has partnered with the Governance Institute of Australia to develop two highly informative training courses on Governance and the NDIS. The NDIS Governance Essentials and NDIS Risk Management Essentials courses have been tailored to assist executives to...
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The Refugee Employment Information Expo is to help refugees start their job search. There will be interpreters available for a number of languages and information to take home. At the expo there will be employers and industry representatives who can talk about what employers are looking for in new...

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Are you looking for support in Queensland, or trying to find a service that meets your needs? Now you can search oneplace , the service directory hosted by the Queensland Family and Child Commission. oneplace is an easily accessible directory of community services to help Queensland families to get...
Volunteering Services Australia (VSA) is a national network of community development services, that aim to assist the hundreds of not-for-profit and charitable organisations with the recruitment and management of volunteers. It is a member-based organisation committed to community engagement and...
DV-alert (Domestic Violence Response Training) is Lifeline's free nationally recognised training program that enables health, allied health and frontline workers to confidently: Recognise signs of domestic and family violence Respond with appropriate care Refer people experiencing or at risk of...
Legal Aid have a series of captioned recordings about Legal Aid Queensland services on their YouTube channel . Videos for community, health and education workers can be found here and include their published community legal education webinars. Upcoming webinars can be found on the Information for...
The Queensland Disaster Management website and the Get Ready website have a range of information and useful resources that can assist you to plan and prepare for an emergency. As part of your preparedness and planning for weather events, access regular weather forecast updates from the Bureau of...
The Community Resource Handbooks were launched by Volunteering Queensland on 12 May 2015. They consolidate the knowledge gained through Volunteering Queensland's community leadership work with more than 2,000 community groups over the past fifteen years. The handbooks are aimed at small to medium...
This handbook was produced in 2010 by the Queensland Alliance, the peak body for mental health in Queensland. It is a practical approach to helping Sector Development Workers improve their skills and understanding. It provides guidelines on establishing an ethical framework for practice and the...
Are you wanting to connect with First Nations peoples? Do you have job opportunities that need to be promoted to First Nations people? Deadly Futures connects opportunities to community right across this country. Their subscription based model makes it easy and affordable for employers to advertise...
The Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS) has produced the Planned Support Guide: an approach to case management for people working in a wide range of community services. If you are a front line worker, supervisor or manager this guide is for you. The guide assists in the development of a...
Youth and Family Service (Logan City) Inc – have developed their YFS Service Delivery Handbook , published in 2012, which they would like to share with the Sector. Youth and Family Service (Logan City) Inc. (YFS) is a community based, not-for-profit organisation, providing planned, innovative...
UPDATE : Safe Work Australia's statement regarding the Impact on Volunteers From 1 January 2012 workplace health and safety laws will be harmonised across Australia and will replace the existing work health and safety legislation in all states, territories and the Commonwealth. While many parts...
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Author: 
Michael McAfee, PolicyLink President

Michael McAfee, President of PolicyLink, in the United States of America, gave an inspiring speech to delegates of the Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS) conference in 2016. He held the...

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Author: 
Sharon Daley, Queensland Council of Social Service

The change that has occurred in result of the successful #MeToo and #TimesUp movements has surprised many. It is hoped now that these movements will serve as a catalyst to greater gender parity around the world.

The World Economic Forum's 2017 Global Gender Gap Report...

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Louise Mullins, Queensland Council of Social Service

Many organisations have very limited resources so it is sometimes necessary to seek additional funding to ensure ongoing service delivery.

Writing a submission for funding can sometimes be overwhelming, time-consuming and at times unrewarding, if unsuccessful, for an...

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December is the perfect month to do some good by helping those most in need over the festive season.

Countless families are struggling at Christmastime and the pressure on them is often more challenging than any other time of year.

By sparing your time as a volunteer you could ease...

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House Call Doctor

Research shows Indigenous health professionals account for only 0.3% of the national healthcare workforce.

This severe underrepresentation has a number of repercussions for the industry and Indigenous members of the community seeking culturally appropriate healthcare.

“The...

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Michael Pegg, Jobs Australia

Whenever an organisation employs someone to do work, they enter into the world of industrial relations and human resource management.  It’s not usually the main focus for the organisation and it can be hard to see why clause xyz of the something or other award matters.  But it in the world...

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Lewis Atkinson, Haines Centre for Strategic Management

The traditional model of social and community benefits delivered by government, community groups, charities and the not- for profit sector, with some corporate philanthropy around the edges, has been slowing dying for some years now. 

Financial sustainability and/or independence is a...

What do you need to succeed?
Author: 
Shelley Dunlop, QCOSS

Community Door hosts a number of useful tools and resources that can assist you with service delivery. These are all free and available for anyone to download. A few of the most popular tools are highlighted here.

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Author: 
Lyne Mear, HR Advisor and Employment Advocate, Owl Industries

Is your support worker or carer a contractor or an employee? If you are managing your own care or support arrangement, this is an important question, even if your focus is to be free of mainstream service providers and be able to determine your own life. 

Although the...

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Joel Ainscough, Queensland University of Technology

In the midst of a changing work environment there are some factors that employers in non-profit organisations may need to consider.

Provided here are some human resource management tips for consideration in the modern Australian workforce.

Work-life balance

The term “Work-...

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