Creating a Professional Development Plan - Brisbane
Wednesday, 16 November 2016 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM (AEST)
What's it all about?
Did you know that one of the areas in which children’s services most frequently fall short is around their individual development plans (Element 7.2.2)? Do you have one? Where is it? How are you meeting your goals?
If you’re unsure of where to start or how to maintain engagement with your plan this is the workshop for you. This is a short session focused on supporting you with some basic strategies and tools to enable you to create a clear and action-oriented professional development plan for your service.
- Identified individual learning needs
- Linked individual needs with QIP and service philosophy
- Prioritised learning needs
- Developed strategies in line with learning needs
- Gained understanding of basic learning principles and how to identify quality professional development
Presenter Bios – Christine Payne and Stacey De Calmer
Christine has been with the Workforce Council since 2007 where she has held various roles. Christine has worked with groups across various community sectors including youth, mental health, domestic violence and family support, supporting them to work together to collect data, prioritise needs and develop workforce plans to build the capacity of the health and community services sectors throughout Qld. More recently Christine’s work has focussed on developing a suite of learning and development offerings including mentoring programs, large conferences, workshops and peer learning experiences. Christine particularly enjoys working with organisations to develop learning plans that support them to meet achieve their goals over the longer term.
Christine has a Diploma of Business Management, Event Management and Human Resources and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
Stacey De Calmer
Part of the Workforce Council team since 2007, Stacey has been involved in a variety of projects and programs focusing on the early childhood sector. Stacey was part of the team that developed the Workforce Council’s latest resource ‘Reflection in Action’, and is most interested in using group processes that promote participation and the expansion of world views. Stacey’s work over the last few years has predominantly been supporting services looking improve their quality, and taking on a mentor role in leadership programs.
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Health and Community Services Workforce Council Inc.
Since we were founded in 1992, the Workforce Council has supported the health and community services industry to meet their current and future workforce needs, and has developed into one of Queensland’s leading industry workforce bodies.
We enjoy a reputation as an inclusive and active peak body that delivers insightful, informed and intelligent support in workforce insights, strategy and capability.
Our team cares about the industry and has helped thousands of people to make positive improvements in their day-to-day work practices across a range of disciplines and skill-sets.
Over more than two decades, the Workforce Council has developed unique and effective expertise which is underpinned by a truly collaborative approach and deep connections with industry, community and government.
We enhance the important work being done by health and community services workers throughout Queensland who provide essential services that make our communities healthier, more liveable and cohesive.
Our vibrant industry faces increasing pressure to meet the needs of communities, families and individuals right across Queensland. The Workforce Council provides practical support and sense of connection, helping you and our industry as a whole to work well together.