How do we develop and maintain a quality regional and remote and culturally appropriate workforce strategy to assist with the demands of the current and future workforce?

Ms Sally Morris1

1Crest NT, Nightcliff, Australia

Abstract:

The workshop

In the workshop delegates will get the opportunity to look at regional and remote models that have been developed and implemented  and are proving to be successful.

Workshop

We will then move into a hands-on interactive workshop around exploring work force opportunities in regard to how some of the current initiatives can work in your organisation and the benefits of a regional workforce model. Where working together in regional and remote locations is imperative. How this can be done and the success and challenges?

Whilst at all times focusing on ensuring that in thin markets we are providing culturally appropriate services?

Outcomes

Delegates will take away solutions and key messages as to how they can overcome some of the workforce issues faced in regional and remote locations

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