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    Introducing the Growing the Workforce project - Developed with and for the Queensland gendered violence specialist sector

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    Building stronger and more sustainable pathways and collaborative workforce responses to attract and retain a vibrant and talented workforce…  

    This project aims to create a mix of workforce initiatives, created together, to support attraction, recruitment, and retention challenges in the coming years.  

    Currently our sector is experiencing significant challenges and pressures in attracting qualified and/or suitably capable workers, often exacerbated in regional, rural, and remote locations across Queensland. It is estimated the sector’s workforce will need to increase by up to one half of current levels in the coming years to meet expected sector reform and change. As identified in the government’s response to Hear her voice Report One, WorkUP Queensland is a lead partner in recommendation 30, attracting, recruiting and retaining a skilled workforce. 

    With a lens of curiosity, we invite you to be part of this important conversation to introduce and build awareness of the GtW work thus far and through your feedback and advice, add further detail to the creative and innovative mix of workforce responses that are emerging as possibilities.    

    We will share progress and focus on key emerging insights and learning thus far to inform impactful, workforce strategies, both with an eye to statewide and place-based implementation.

    We will: 

    • Share a short history and context of the project and how we got here.  
    • Have a guided walk-through key element of insights and learning through our discovery phase.  
    • Test, gather feedback and gauge interest and appetite for achievable workforce responses to inform strategy implementation this year and beyond.  

    Don’t miss the chance to be part of this brief introductory and overview session to connect into WorkUP’s dedicated Growing the Workforce (GtW) project.  

    This is a meaningful opportunity to contribute to prioritising and co-designing (adding practical detail) realistic and achievable workforce strategies aimed to support current and anticipated attraction and recruitment challenges.   

    Event Details:

    Date: Tuesday, 30 April 2024
    Time: 10:30am - 12:00pm AEST (Queensland Time)
    Location: Online

    Why attend?

    • Hear and learn more about what is emerging from the discovery phase.  
    • Get to know the broad workforce priority areas that are emerging.  
    • Providing advice and ideas to bring these ideas to life and test interest for pilot-based approaches to be implemented and other creative workforce ideas.  

    Who should attend

    This introductory session is open to all workers who are interested and responsible for attracting, recruiting and retaining a resilient, capable and sustainable workforce into the future.  

    This includes frontline practitioners, leaders, managers, human resource leaders, supervisors, coordinators and allied support workers across Queensland’s Sexual Violence, Domestic and Family Violence and Women’s Health and Wellbeing Sector.   

    About the facilitator

    WorkUP Queensland

    WorkUP Queensland is the sexual violence, women’s health and domestic and family violence sector’s partner in supporting a strong and skilled workforce. We bring together The Healing Foundation’s strong connection to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and healing, backed by the expertise of ANROWS in facilitating evidence-based policy and practice. Informed and driven by frontline providers, our objective is to address workforce-related challenges and opportunities to grow the workforce and better support current and future workers.

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