The Hunter Networks of Practice (HNOP) is a Families NSW funded project which began in 2011.
Hunter Networks of Practice (HNOP) strives to:
Hunter Networks of Practice works with a comprehensive range of Child and Family Practitioners and Service Providers to promote the development of coordinated evidence based and accessible services to families and young children.
Networks of Practice initiatives include: network and practice forums, conference events, learning and development activities and information sharing through e-communication bulletins and newsletters.
The Hunter Networks of Practice covers 10 Local Government Areas (LGA) including Upper Hunter, Singleton, Port Stephens, Newcastle, Muswellbrook, Maitland, Lake Macquarie, Dungog, Cessnock and MidCoast (which covers the Great Lakes, Manning and Gloucester regions).
This section of the website aims to support Child and Family Practitioners and Service Providers by providing online resources specific to our region. We aim to constantly review and update our website so please provide feedback by emailing email@example.com or contact us on 4961 0700. Below outlines what is currently available on our website under the Networks of Practice section.
Each week an eCommunication will be published containing details of training and other information that has been forwarded to Networks of Practice, or that we have come across during that week. This information will also appear on our Training and Events Calendar page. If you wish to receive our eCommunication please click here to subscribe. If you would like us to publish a training event you are running, please send details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research & Practice Bulletins
Here you will find some of the latest Child and Family Sector research, fact sheets and other publications. If you come across a publication or research that you would like to share with the sector please email email@example.com. If you wish to receive our quarterly bulletin please click here to subscribe.
We hope to be able to provide you with a list of useful links and upload general resources. If you have a resource that you would like to include on this page please email the information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The term by term Parenting Program calendar is produced by the Resourcing Parents website. If you are running a parenting program and would like information to be published please upload information on to the Resourcing Parents website.
Child and Family Interagency Meetings
Throughout the Hunter in each Local Government Area (LGA) you will find an Interagency. I have compiled a list and calendar of all Interagencies that work with Child and Family Service Providers, so if you work in more than one LGA you will be able to see at a glance what is happening.