Social Media

We use social media to share the latest information on our programs and services, and to enable two-way conversations and feedback. Before you engage with us through our social media channels, we encourage you to read our Social Media Disclaimer.

Our channels

Twitter

Follow us on Twitter for news and information on our programs, services, activities, events and industry updates relevant to you.

Facebook

Like our Facebook pages to find out more about what we've been doing and how we can help you. You can post comments and questions, view photos and participate in polls.

YouTube

Watch videos that highlight the diversity of the department's activities.

LinkedIn

Build and engage with our professional network

Blogs

Read and respond to our regular and topical posts.

RSS feeds

View our latest news and features by subscribing to the RSS feeds relevant to you.

Social media disclaimer

When you use the department's social media pages, you are using an external site and are therefore bound by the terms and conditions of use of that site. We encourage you to review the legal policies of that site for further information.

The department does not endorse, and is not accountable for, any views expressed by third parties using that site. The views expressed by individual officers, employees, or agents of the department and its outsourced services, and by any contributors to its social media pages are those of the individual sender.

The department disclaims all liability from those views and recommends users seek appropriate independent professional advice prior to relying on, or entering into any commitment based on these views. Unless acknowledged as being endorsed by the department, views expressed are not those of the department.