'I am a person not a job.' Establishing Core Competencies for Change at BSL. Final Report.

Ramcharan, P, David, C, Jones, M and Moors, R 2015, 'I am a person not a job.' Establishing Core Competencies for Change at BSL. Final Report., Brotherhood of St Laurence, Melbourne, Australia


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Title of report 'I am a person not a job.' Establishing Core Competencies for Change at BSL. Final Report.
Author(s) Ramcharan, P
David, C
Jones, M
Moors, R
Year of publication 2015
Publisher Brotherhood of St Laurence
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Subjects Social Policy
Applied Sociology, Program Evaluation and Social Impact Assessment
Abstract/Summary Teaching and Research Aged Care Services (TRACS) was a Commonwealth initiative funded by the Aged Care Workforce Fund. Its main aim was to better prepare the workforce to care for and support older adults in residential care. From 2011-12 to 2014-15 the Workforce Fund allocated a total of $8.3 million across 16 projects. One of these, a partnership between the Brotherhood of St Laurence (BSL) and RMIT, was designed to develop Sumner House (a 42-bed facility operated by the BSL) as a Centre of Excellence, enhance resident well-being and improve support for aged care staff and students.
Commissioning body Brotherhood of St Laurence
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