All courses on this website are copyright to Fostering Growth and no written part of any course can be used or reproduced without written permission. All courses remain the intellectual property of Fostering Growth.
Courses are for subscribers use only and are non-transferrable.
Membership cost is $8000 for a one-year subscription for Non-Government organisations (up to 100 carers/staff). All carers and staff will be given unlimited access to all courses throughout the subscription period. Discounts apply for agencies who take out more than 4 subscriptions within the same 12 months.
Payment is by direct debit or cheque payable to Fostering Growth
Account name: Online Training Australia
Bank: Commonwealth Bank
Account number: 10267077
Payment is to be received within 14 days from invoice. Subscriptions will commence once payment is received.
Fostering Growth agree to maintain confidentiality at all times according to State and Federal Laws. Staff, agency and carer information will not be shared with any other person or organisation outside Fostering Growth.
Fostering Growth provides services to carers and staff through registered out-of-home care providers only. Private memberships are not available.
DISCLAIMER: Please be advised that Fostering Growth’s courses do not replace professional help in any area of caring and protecting self and others. Fostering Growth’s courses have been designed for educational purposes only. All case studies are fictional but based on realistic issues facing children, families, and carers in out-of-home care. Staff and carers in the out-of-home care sector need to follow the state government legislation in place for children in care. Fostering Growth does not take any responsibility, legal or otherwise, that you deem to arise from Fostering Growth’s training courses. Fostering Growth strives to improve your knowledge and skills as foster carers or workers but does not take any responsibility for any unexpected experiences you encounter as carers or workers.
Tammy is a strong advocate for social justice. She works tirelessly to bring about social change and quality care for children, young people and their families.
Along with 15 years experience working in the out-of-home care sector, Tammy has held positions in Families First, early intervention roles. Tammy is an experienced and motivated trainer and enjoys seeing carers reach their full potential.
Tammy has qualifications in psychology, sociology and marketing. She holds a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
Alison Ewington is an educator and trainer, qualified in Early Childhood, Social Science and Social Welfare. Alison is a well-respected member of the community service sector and is a Welfare teacher at the Institute of TAFE NSW. Alison has been responsible for a number of professional training programs which included developing and delivering a ‘safe home’ workshop for Child Care staff in NSW on the impact of domestic and family violence on children. Alison was a facilitator of ‘keep them safe’ training to Mandatory reporters when introduced in NSW. As an Out of home care manager Alison has extensive experience working with children, young people and families who have experienced trauma. Alison is involved in all aspects of fostering growth and is an experienced trainer, assessor and reviewer. Alison has a particular interest in training & supporting carers to support the healing of children from abuse, neglect, grief, and loss.