Program participants may take as long as they wish to complete the learning activities on offer. Completing the Fundamentals of Governing for Reform Program (which includes a workshop and 4 online learning modules) will likely take a total of 3 hours. Discretionary content may be accessed at participants’’ own convenience, with time commitment governed by the individual.
How long will the Program take to complete?
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Over what period will the Program be held?
The Governing for Reform in Aged Care Program will officially run from March 2022 to June 2023. Additional content and materials will be dropped throughout this period to support continuous development and improvement. Participants may choose to engage in activities at their own convenience during this time.
What formats have been adopted?
Participants may access learning through a range of different formats, including online learning modules, online webinars and workshops, downloadable tool kits and guides. Eligible learners may also be able to access one on one coaching from KPMG governance and aged care subject matter experts and leadership capability workshops for intact boards (leadership sprints).
What is the Program eligibility criteria?
All members of governing bodies and executives of Commonwealth Government funded residential, and homecare approved providers of aged care are eligible to enrol in the Governing for Reform in Aged Care Program.
Are there fees associated with participation?
The Governing for Reform in Aged Care is a free for governing body members and executives of Commonwealth Government funded residential, and homecare approved providers.
Unfortunately, those who do not fall into this category are ineligible for the program.
Can more than one member from the same approved aged care provider register for the Program?
Yes, we encourage all members of governing bodies and executives of approved aged care providers to enrol in the Governing for Reform in Aged Care Program.
Will the program be relevant for Home Care Providers?
Yes, the Program has been designed in consultation with provider representatives from across the aged care sector. This includes representatives from rural and remote providers, home care providers and residential. Nuances in governance and leadership have shaped and informed the design of the Program.
Has the program accounted for culturally and linguistically diverse participants?
Yes, KPMG and the Commission have partnered with Inclusive Services Australia and Ninti One to design fit for purpose learning and development materials.
Will there be a formal assessment conducted?
While knowledge checks have been built into the program, there is no formal assessment for program participants.