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14 December

Capability isn’t just about having the right knowledge and skills – it is about using them in the most effective way.

As individuals and organisations adapt, grow, and improve, a capability framework is a great tool to help you achieve high standards of practice. It does this by clarifying the knowledge and behaviour required at different levels of the workforce.

WorkUP Queensland’s Workforce Capability Project builds on existing evidence through meaningful conversations with sector networks and stakeholders.

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Join us as we work closely with the women’s health, sexual assault and domestic and family violence sector to develop a capability framework that will provide insight into what is needed to work most effectively with women and children now and in the future.

We would love to hear from you at one of our upcoming virtual consultations:

14 December For managers and leaders
15 December For practitioners and frontline workers

As the Workforce Capability Project evolves, it is critical that we hear from all parts of our diverse workforce. WorkUP Queensland will provide diverse, flexible, and easy ways to get involved, including face-to-face and virtual engagement, feedback opportunities, and one-on-one discussions.

If you can’t make it to the workshops above, we’d love to hear from you via our online form, or in conversation with Alisa Hall –

What are some of the benefits of a capability framework?

A capability framework:

  • provides practical support for organisations to attract, retain, and manage staff
  • promotes better pathways and informs professional development and learning
  • supports organisations in meeting demands and standards
  • supports small and large organisations to plan and manage people and processes
  • creates a common language to better support worker mobility across the sector.

To learn more about how a capability framework can improve your organisation click here or contact John Turrisi at

For more information, including an introductory video and the discovery report, click here.