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Affiliations & Memberships

Interested in getting into community or social housing work?  You’ve come to the right place!

BRC currently work with a number of peak bodies some of which are a great resource for training and development. So if you are looking for that step into the Community, Welfare or Housing sector or want resources for your organisation on best practice, please read more from the following organisations.

The NSW Federation of Housing Associations (NSWFH) is the peak industry body for housing associations in NSW.  Since 1993 the Federation has grown to be a representative voice for housing associations, a provider of good practice advice and resource, a facilitator of ongoing development of the sector, and the leading provider of social housing training in Australia.

Key qualifications currently delivered by NSW Federation of Housing are:

  • Certificate IV in Social Housing
  • Diploma of Social Housing

We are proud to work in partnership with the NSW Federation of Housing and hope to encourage recruitment & retention within the housing sector as a result of our partnership.

CHFV is a peak body that represents 73 community housing organisations across Victoria, from the industry’s largest organisations that own and/or operate thousands of properties, housing thousands of tenants to the smallest.

BRC are proud to have forged a collaborative relationship with CHFV, offering its members across Victoria special terms of business on our recruitment service.

To find out more about this partnership contact Dan Evans

The mental health co-ordinating council (MHCC) is the peak body for non-government organisations (NGOs) working for mental health throughout New South Wales (NSW). MHCC's membership includes NGOs, both specialist and mainstream, and other bodies interested in mental health.

MHCC established a Learning and Development Unit (LDU) in 2007 in recognition of the need for mental health specific training and other workforce development products and provides services with the  aim of improving their responsiveness to mental health issues.

MHCC's LDU is now an accredited Registered Training Organisation which delivers nationally recognised qualifications including the Certificate IV in Mental Health Work, and courses specifically to meet the needs of the Community Mental Health workforce.

We are proud to work in partnership with the MHCC and hope to encourage recruitment & retention within Mental Health workforce as a result of this partnership by promoting training and development in the sector as well as offering MHCC member’s preferential terms of business. 

Please contact one of team to discuss further.

The RCSA is the leading industry and professional body for the recruitment and the human resources services representing 3,800 companies and individual Members across Australia and New Zealand. 

BRC is a corporate member of the RCSA with all Consultants holding individual memberships. We are bound by a code of ethics and conduct. For us, being a Corporate Member of the RCSA means having high standards, and reassures our clients, candidates and stakeholders that their business is in safe hands demonstrating our commitment to:

  • Professional standards and accountability
  • Code for Professional Conduct and subject to subsequent disciplinary procedures if we should breach the Code
  • Excellence for everyone in our organisation
  • Training development of our staff

As an RCSA Member we strive for excellence.

The mission of the Australian Association of Nursing Recruitment Agencies (AANRA) is to represent and serve the special interests of nursing recruitment agencies for the increased profile and professionalism of the industry.

BRC is a corporate member of AANRA which was established under the auspices of the RCSA.

Healthcare providers need to know the recruitment agency they are working with has expertise in and is familiar with the latest developments in areas such as legal compliance, issues of occupational health and safety, issues of corporate and candidate privacy and the importance of strong, proven recruitment processes.

For us being a corporate member of AANRA demonstrates our breadth of knowledge and experience that we bring to the recruitment process. Healthcare employers and employees can have confidence when dealing with us.

For further information about any of the above partnerships or affiliations please contact us.   

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