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DHHS Update: Training Entitlements & Proposal for Justice Teams

2017-08-14

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Correspondence No. 17027 

DHHS proposal for Justice teams.

The DHHS recently provided detail of its proposal allocation for Justice Teams, see table below.

Members should note Ban 10 of our protected action applies: ‘ refuse to participate in employer initiate workplace change including changes to work locations (including location on a single site) and service changes including implementation of roster reviews and IT systems.’

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The DHHS has advised that given the North and West divisions have ‘ existing stand alone justice teams’ they have allocated additional EFT ‘ with the expectation that as staff leave the existing metro based teams, their positions will not be filled, until the final EFT allocation (as outlined in the table below) is met’ .

Justice teams will be 'stand alone' and will ‘ report to the COSI Director, but be physically located in locally based office locations (similar to Specialist Services teams).’

A closed merit selection process will be applied to all new positions, which is only open to current disability Case Managers. Existing stand-alone disability justice staff DO NOT have to apply for their positions.

HACSU is keen to hear from affected members with your feedback so please contact Lisa White, Industrial Officer.

Professional development and support - DHHS training options.

Clause 21.12.2(a) of the DHHS HACSU Disability Service Certified Agreement 2012 – 16 states that one purpose of Professional Development and Support [PDS] is to:

‘Assist the employee [to] identify individual skills and training needs that enhances competency and career development.’

And clause 21.12.1(c) states PDS is to:

Assist the employee [to] further develop their knowledge and skills through reflection on practice and identification and planning for meeting the Employee’s learning needs.’

HACSU understands DDSOs may not have access to the suite of training the DHHS offers, which they may be able to undertake.

Members should note there is no automatic entitlement to the training listed below, rather, it is to assist in their career development and to properly identify their training needs.

We remind members to identify their training needs in their PDS sessions.

 

Pers onal support

P Plate ( Bus Driving) program

Pr ocurement

Workplace Bullying

A utism

Planning for your safety

Contract Management

Fair workplaces

Autism

Pressure Area Awareness

Introduction to Procurement

Positive Fair Workplaces

 

 

 

 

Autism Spectrum Disorder Workshops

Prevention Occupational Violence

Procurement Card Accountabilities

NDIS

Behaviour support

DAS Practice Leadership

Procurement Seminar Update

Career Support Seminars

Effective Conflict Management

DAS Practice Leadership

Purchase to Pay

Leading in Ambiguity

Introduction to Positive Behaviour

DPL: Becoming Leader

Leadership and management

Navigating Through Change

Positive Behaviour Support

DPL: Build Capacity of Others

Leadership

Pr oject management

Health support

DPL: Building the Capacity of Others

Collaborative Leadership

Project Management Essentials

Administering Medication

DPL: Information Day

Emotional Intelligence

P ublic administration

Administering Midazolam

DPL: Managers Orientation

Foundations of Leadership

DHHS NDIA Provider

Administration Enemas Suppositories

DPL: Support on the Job

Housing Practice Coaches Learning Forum

Effective Complaints Management

Administration of Oxygen

Manage Change: DPL

Leadership Communication

Introduction to Government

Adminstration of Rectal Medication

Managing Conflict: DPL

Leadership Development Program

W ri ting for government

Aged Care

Client work

Leadership Essentials

Building successful team writing culture

Blood Pressure Monitoring

Beginning practice

Leading in Ambiguity

Court Report Writing Disability Justice

Bowel management

Beginning Practice Child Protection

Leading Transitions

Writing credible briefings and letters

Catheter Bag

Housing Beginning Practice

Navigating Through Change

S y s tems

Dementia Care

Case practice

Strategic Foresight

CRIS

Diabetes management

Communicating effectively with families

Whole Brain Thinking

CRIS Disability: Basics

Dual Disability

Court Presentation Skills

M a nagement

CRIS DS ISP Training

Epilepsy support for clients

Establishing Care Teams

All Roles Flex Manager's Info Session

Introduction to CRIS Disability

Intro to Anaphylaxis

Motivational Interviewing

Creating a fair and ethical culture

Desktop IT

Intro to Palliative Care

Safe as Houses

Crucial Conversations

Access 2010 - Advanced

Introduction to Anaphylaxis

Children and families

DAS Practice Forum for Mgrs /Supervisors

Access 2010 - Essentials

Introduction to Dysphagia

Perm. for Child. Mod 3 - Phases E.L

Effective Feedback and Perf Conversation

Excel 2010 - Essentials

Lymph oedema Management

Perm. for Child. Mod 3-Court E.L

Making the Transition to Manager

Excel 2010 Data Analysis & Manipulation

Managing Asthma

Recognise and Respond to Family Violence

Manage Change

Excel 2010 Formulas Functions

Managing Diabetes

Risk Assessment of Family Violence

Manage Performance

Lotus Notes 8.5 - Comprehensive

Managing Epilepsy

Working with CALD clients & Communities

Managing Conflict

New Starters Computer Program

Mealtime Assistance (Swallowing)

Client needs

Managing Projects

Office 2010 What's changed

PEG Feeding

Alcohol Other Drug Misuse

Managing Safe Workplaces

Powerpoint 2010 - Advanced

PICA

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills

Managing Teams

Project 2010 Essentials

Pressure Area Awareness

Development, Attachment and Trauma

PDP Workshop for VPS Staff

Publisher

Shallow Suctioning

Knowing boundaries

Student Placement Supervisor Training

Win 8.1 VIP Champion Training

Sleep Apnoea use of CPAP device

Mental Health First Aid (2 days)

O r ganisational Development

Windows 8 1 Advanced

Stoma Training

Quality of Support

A boriginal culture

Windows 8 1 Beginners

Therapeutic Int.in crisis & conf. TICCS

Recognise and Respond to Family Violence

BACC Introduction to Aboriginal Culture

Windows 8 1 Information Session

Health and safety

Speak up and be safe from abuse

Ngulu Yirrmboi Mumilam

Word 2010 Advanced

CIRM

Striking the balance Justice in HP Mgrs

A gency management

Word 2010 Essentials

 

 

 

 

Client Incident Reporting e-learning

Working with CALD clients & Communities

Building Better Connections

Word 2010 Intermediate

Debriefer Clinician training

Youth Mental Health First Aid

Career development

RAS/Kronos

W ell being

Forensic and court

Achieving & Maintaining Career Satis.

Additional KRONOS User

Building Professional Resilience

Court Presentation Skills

Career Support Seminars

KRONOS Staff Replacement Officers (SRO)

Building Resilience in Change

Disability Forensic Forum

Interview Skills

KRONOS User 2, Supervisor & Manager

Bullying Prevention Program

Si gn language

Culture and values

S A P

Mindfulness based stress resilience

AUSLAN

Building our Culture

Org Chart Nakisa Forms

Org Awareness: Workplace Mental Health

Auslan Key Word Signing

Bullying Action Plan Focus Groups

T RIM/eMin

Resilience: positive engagement

Finance and Procurement

Charter of Human Rights (elearning)

eMinisterials Essentials

Vicarious Trauma

Finance

Defining bullying & inappr. behaviour

TRIM for Hard Copy Records - General

Well-being Strategies for Leaders

Developing a budget

DISC Behaviour Profiling

 

W orkplace safety

Finance Seminar Update

EA Forum

 

Basic Food Safety Practices

Financial Delegate 4hr

Emotional Intelligence

 

Ethical Response Occupational Violence

Financial Delegate Seminar Overview

Enabling Allies for Change

 

Occupational Violence half day

Systems Workshop EC4P

Unconscious Bias