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NSSOS Self Assessment Tool

Date Submitted : 10-May-2017

Themes : NSSOS Standards Self Assessment

This tool has been developed by the Settlement Council of Australia and is designed to help settlement workers to carry out a self-assessment of their own projects or organisation in order to achieve the best possible outcomes for newly arrived individuals, families and communities.

Firstly, map out what you/your organisation is currently doing to achieve the NSSOS Standards in each of the nine Priority Areas. Once you have undertaken the self-assessment, the next step is to begin planning what else you can do to meet these Standards.

If you would like any guidance around this exercise please do not hesitate to call the SCoA head office on 02 6282 8515

Download the file: NSSOS Self Assessment Tool PDF.pdf

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