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Community training

Community groups can gain new skills and information through the Community Training Program. These free training sessions are available for City of Casey:

  • volunteers and not-for-profit community groups
  • clubs and organisations delivering services that benefit Casey and its residents

Places are limited in each training session. To book your place please email volunteermatcher@casey.vic.gov.au. If the training you're seeking is not featured please contact us.

Community Selection Panellists

Expressions of Interest now closed

The City of Casey is looking for residents to join community panels. The panels assess award nominations and grant applications. These include Casey Australia Day Awards, Casey Arts Awards and the Community Grant Program. The panels sit numerous times per year. They discuss and recommend award nominees and winners and also allocate grant funds. As a panel member you can accept or decline participation based on your availability.

To ensure we have a balanced community representation, Council would especially welcome applications from:

  • young people (18 - 25 years)
  • residents from a diverse community background
  • residents from the suburbs of Lyndhurst, Hampton Park, Lynbrook and Cranbourne.

Expressions of Interest are now closed.

View Community Selection Panel Guidelines

For further information please contact Council officer Samantha Ellison on 9705 5200.

Expressions of Interest (EOI)

Would you like to play an important and active role in your community by helping assess award nominations and grant applications for the City of Casey?

Council is currently taking Expressions of Interest (EOI) from residents to join our Community Selection Panel to help assess nominations for programs like the Casey Australia Day Awards, Arts Awards and Environmental Awards as well as assist with reviewing applications for a  range of Council grant programs.

This is a great opportunity to influence Council decision making, participate in your community, share your skills, thoughts and knowledge, and get a better understanding of what Council delivers.

We are seeking 50 residents to participate in our panel group who reflect our community.  To ensure a balanced representation we would particularly welcome applications from (but are not limited to, as any resident over the age of 18 years can apply):

  • young people (18-25 years old)
  • residents from a diverse community background and
  • residents from the suburbs of Lyndhurst, Hampton Park and Cranbourne.

The panels sit numerous times per year to discuss and recommend award nominees and winners, along with the allocation of grant funds.  As a panel member you will not be expected to sit on every panel but have flexibility to accept or decline invitations to participate based on your availability.

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