Upcoming Learning Events
The latest in learning from the program.
Webinar: Diversity of thought: A shared approach to leadership in aged care
The Aged Care Quality & Safety Commission invites you to attend the Diversity of thought: A shared approach to leadership in aged care webinar to be held on Wednesday 11 October 2023, 12pm (AEDT).
Workshop: Leveraging strategic risk to foster innovation
This workshop will show you the benefits of strategic risk management required at governing body and executive level, including the benefits of viewing risk as more than a compliance or incident management issue, towards more strategic view of risks and opportunities.
Infection Prevention and Control Learning
The Governing for Reform in Aged Care Program has just released a new online learning module which provides an overview of the infection prevention and control obligations and responsibilities of provider executive teams and governing body members.
Workshop: Navigating director onboarding and what you need to know about aged care
In this workshop, participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the essential role and responsibility that comes with being a governing body member in the aged care sector.
Workshop: Unleashing the power of consumer co-design in the aged care landscape
Within the aged care sector, it is becoming increasingly recognised that the process of co-design is fundamental to achieving consumer centred care.
Action Learning Groups
Action Learning Groups (ALG) bring together small groups of program participants to learn, share and network with colleagues from across the aged care sector.
The role of governing bodies in designing the future of aged care with Sally Evans
Redesigning the future of the aged care system is a complex process that requires leaders in the aged care sector to balance strong governance skills in strategy, risk, clinical care, and technology to support change management that maintains and improves safe and quality aged care.
Leadership in aged care with Gus McLachlan AO and Professor Michael West
How can aged care leaders demonstrate effective leadership to drive collaboration, motivation, and learning in their organisation and ultimately lead to better outcomes for older Australians?