The taller a building, the larger and deeper the foundations need to be. We have taken this concept and applied it to those of us working in the forensic domain. What is seen above the surface needs to be underpinned by fit-for-purpose training and appropriate quality management. Hence the Forensic Foundations catch line:
‘Building evidence on strong foundations.’
As to the committee – there have been a couple of changes. Anna Davey has been on the committee “for a long time” and was instrumental in progressing the complex and laborious process of taking us to Incorporation, and in negotiating our way through
Rules and Legislative Acts. She was also our newsletter editor! Anna has stepped down from our committee – not because she wants her life back but because she has gone on to bigger things. At the recent Society AGM in Adelaide Anna was elected as
Australian Vice-President of the ANZFSS! We certainly thank her for her work on the Branch committee and wish her well in her new role.
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These brochures outline some of the online and face-to-face courses we have on offer.