MEGT Aged Care Workforce Strategy

Dale C, Musolino L1

1MEGT

Abstract:

MEGT (Australia) Ltd (MEGT) is an Australian not-for-profit organisation with nearly 40 years’ experience delivering employment services, vocational education, and training for all Australians. Since 1982, MEGT has successfully delivered major Federal, State, and private commercial services across Australia under government contracts.

MEGT is the largest provider of Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN) services, since our inception we’ve placed over 1,157,014 job seekers with more than 205,843 employers. MEGT has and will continue to evolve AASN service provision, making it easier for employers to recruit, train and retain an Australian Apprentice, resulting in better completions across all qualifications across Australia.

Over the last 12 months MEGT has worked closely with the Aged Care peak body, ACSA, and have subsequently developed 4 micro-credential courses for Aged Care providers on the subjects:

  1. Planning for Pandemics
  2. Leadership in Crisis
  3. Dignity of Risk
  4. Understanding Aged Care Standards
  5. Benefits of employing a Trainee or apprentice (7mins)
  6. Current incentives that employers will receive focusing on the BAC incentive (7mins)
  7. Services that employers can receive if they engage MEGT including Career Hub. (7mins)
  8. Warp up (4mins)

Biography:

Liliana Musolino

Liliana Musolino was appointed Manager of Client Services for MEGT in January this year, after starting with the business in 2012.

Liliana commenced her MEGT career as Visit Monitoring Coordinator for Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia and Tasmania. She was then appointed Business Operations Manager and subsequently Customer Service Manager for both Victoria and Tasmania. For the past two years up until recently, Liliana was a Field Operations Manager responsible for eastern Victoria.

Prior to joining MEGT, Liliana had a diverse professional background incorporating fields such as property management, as a retail shop owner, and within the Disability Employment sector.

Always looking for opportunities to grow the business, Liliana has been instrumental in the acquisition and management of new and existing national and key clients, while working on a pipeline of business development opportunities with others. Her knowledge of workforce-related systems and processes, alongside a keen understanding of the Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN) and the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector, provide key strategic advantages for MEGT and its’ role as Australia’s largest and only national Apprenticeship Network Provider (ANP).

Working with major players within the aged care, financial, hospitality, retail and construction sectors, Liliana’s focus has always been in assisting business with their training skills analysis, supporting their workforce planning.

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