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South Coast Workforce Support Unit. Greater Southern NSW & ACT Region. Workforce Support Unit Staff. Nathan Deaves Program Coordinator Wade Longbottom Project Officer. Geographical Borders. Illawarra Shoalhaven Eurobodalla Bega Valley ACT.

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South coast workforce support unit

South Coast Workforce Support Unit

Greater Southern NSW & ACT Region


Workforce support unit staff
Workforce Support Unit Staff

Nathan Deaves

Program Coordinator

Wade Longbottom

Project Officer


Geographical borders
Geographical Borders

  • Illawarra

  • Shoalhaven

  • Eurobodalla

  • Bega Valley

  • ACT


Registered training organisation
Registered Training Organisation

  • Aboriginal Health College of the AH&MRC

  • Yurauna Centre of Canberra Institute of Technology- AMHFA only


Workforce
Workforce

  • 29 SEWB Workforce staff

  • 28 Currently Filled

  • 7 different organisations

    • Illawarra AMS

    • South Coast AMS

    • Katungul ACCH&MS

    • Waminda Women’s Health & Welfare Aboriginal Corporation

    • Oolong Aboriginal Corporation (Resi-Rehab)

    • Wandarma Aboriginal Drug & Alcohol Service

    • Aboriginal Justice Centre - ACT




How does the wsu support the workforce
How Does The WSU Support The Workforce?

  • Coordinate regional networking through forums and conferences

  • Professional development workshops

  • Develop “Best Practice” resources

  • Coordinate the delivery of nationally recognised training to the workforce through the RTO

  • Promote and encourage access to professional supervision

  • Conduct workforce service visits

  • Provide bi-monthly SEWB Workforce

    E-Newsletter via Mail Chimp


Statistical achievements
Statistical Achievements

  • (85%) of workforce staff have attained minimum mandatory qualifications

  • 96% of positions accessed at least 1 hour per month of either internal or external supervision in the last 6 months.

  • 82% workforce staff retention rates in 2013, compared to 68% in the year 2012.

  • 100% of workforce staff have had training and development needs individually assessed and Training and Development Plans are currently being developed


Future plans 6 months
Future Plans – 6 months

  • Better Practice DVD Launch

  • Develop formal partnerships between Gorman House (Detox Unit), Oolong House (Resi Rehab)& Workforce employer Organisations

  • Implement Workforce Training & Development Agreements

  • 2 x Regional Forums

  • Professional Development Workshops - Case Note & Report Writing, Presentation / facilitation skills, Grief & Loss

  • Workforce Service Visits

  • Develop culturally appropriate SEWB screening tool


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