Become A Facilitator

BECOME A FACILITATOR

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BECOMING A FACILITATOR – CLICK THE ‘GET IN TOUCH’ BUTTON BELOW. INCLUDE YOUR NAME AND BRANCH AND WE WILL PUT YOU IN TOUCH WITH YOUR REGIONAL COUNTRY KITCHENS FACILITATOR. 

The QCWA Country Kitchens Facilitators are members of a QCWA Branch that have been selected by their peers and Branch President to host the QCWA Country Kitchens Hands-on Nutrition Workshops and ensure the events go smoothly. This includes being an extra pair of hands during the workshop and taking part in our training days to upskill their food and nutrition knowledge. The training day is also an opportunity to network with stakeholders as the Facilitators will take the lead on the community activity in their area.

As part of this role, the Facilitators will liaise directly with an APD (Dietitian/Nutritionist) buddy from the QCWA Country Kitchens team who will give them feedback and provide them with the tools and equipment they need to effectively run their mini nutrition promotion initiative. For example, Facilitators will have access to promotional materials to support the marketing of the program, and enlist the support of other Branch members to participate in local community promotional events such as a rural show, flyer drops or poster displays.

Most importantly, Facilitators will embody the values of the QCWA Country Kitchens program by embracing the five key health messages; eat more fruit and vegetables, cook at home, sit less move more, check your portion size and be aware of sugar in your drinks. 

Meet some of our QCWA Country Kitchens Facilitators below:

 To learn more about our featured facilitators, please click here for our featured facilitators below.

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Janelle Reeves
– Gympie South Burnett Division, Kingaroy Branch.

Janelle Reeves

As a new member of the QCWA Gympie South Burnett Division Branch, Janelle Reeves joined her love of cooking and putting a healthy spin on old recipes with the Country Kitchens Program.

Raymonda Hall
– Central Highlands Division, Blackwater Branch.

Raymonda Hall Portrait RW #1

The program offers ways of introducing healthier food options for QCWA branches. And I saw it as a great opportunity for younger people to get involved in the QCWA and possibility become members. Click here to read Raymonda’s insights.

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