Continuous improvement to build a stronger workforce

What adaptions to the way you work have helped you through the COVID-19 pandemic?

What are the workforce challenges that have emerged during the last 18 months, and how can we learn from these to create a stronger workforce?

For the past two years, WorkUP Queensland has been working to deliver on statewide and regional workforce plans created by the domestic and family violence, women’s health and wellbeing, and sexual violence sector.

Input from workers in the sector has always been crucial to ensuring what we deliver meets the sector’s workforce current and emerging needs.

If you work in the domestic and family violence, sexual assault and women’s health and wellbeing sector in Queensland in any role, at any level, we would love to hear from you.

Join us at a new series of catch ups to share, listen, and create useful and engaging workforce strategies together, and to set the agenda for the coming two years.

The ‘CatchUP with WorkUP’ series provides an opportunity to share feedback on the workforce strategies delivered so far and the learning approaches we have used.

CatchUP sessions will be offered in 11 locations across Queensland, to:

  • Share our learnings from working through COVID – what do we want to carry into the future?
  • Provide feedback about our workforce activities so far – what worked well and what can we build on?
  • Discuss the critical workforce issues you have encountered and work with us to create solutions.
  • Learn about exciting WorkUP Queensland workforce activities underway and how you can get involved.

Click here to register.