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Connect Sydney: Collaborative partnerships training

Darling Square Library
Darling Square Library
Levels 1 and 2, The Exchange, 1 Little Pier Street, Haymarket NSW 2000

Monday 31 May from 10:30am to 5pm

Connect Sydney is a City of Sydney program, funded by the Department of Communities and Justice. The program aims to build the capacity of community and not-for-profit organisations through the provision of free skills and governance training.

This training is for organisations that support and provide services to children, young people, families and communities experiencing or at risk of vulnerability within the City of Sydney local government area.

If you want to develop useful strategies for establishing successful partnerships as well as gain tools for working collaboratively, this is the training for you! 

Learn to build your capacity to lead successful partnerships and collaborative efforts as you gain practical strategies and skills to establish, lead, manage and sustain partnerships, confidently address partnership challenges as well as gain insight into Asset Based Community Development. 

Due to limited spaces please nominate 1 – 2 staff from your organisation to register for this workshop.  

 In this interactive training program you will learn: 

  • The different types of collaboration  

  • Establishing and maintaining partnerships 

  • Getting it right from the beginning 

  • Establishing a partnership team 

  • Good partnership management 

  • Responding to Partnership Challenges 

  • Review and Evaluating partnerships 

  • Asset Based Community Development 

The training will be delivered by ACWA. 


The City aims to deliver inclusive and accessible training sessions for all participants. If you have any access or communication needs, please contact Chinta Bakar, Connect Sydney Project Officer, at to discuss further.

Covid-safe information

By attending this event, participants agree to the following Covid Safety plan:

  • Sanitise your hands, on arrival (sanitiser will be provided) 

  • Arrive no earlier than 10 minutes before your program commences to check in. Participants arriving earlier will be asked to wait outside at a safe distance until check in commences. 

  • Register your contact details by scanning the QR code on the check-in sign at the entrance using your smartphone.  

  • Follow the signs and floor markings and maintain 1.5m physical distance from all people including staff at all times 

  • Follow directions from City of Sydney staff and representatives 

  • On completion, please leave the premises via the floor markers and do not linger to prevent overcrowding in entrances and passageways 

  • A copy of the Covid Safety Plan will be available on site.

Contact event organiser

Chinta Bakar



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