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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


Sewb workforce funded positions

SEWB Workforce Funded Positions


Sewb workforce indigenous staff

SEWB Workforce, Indigenous Staff


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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