ACWA Conference

The conference drew participants from across Australia and the world, providing the four Centre staff in attendance with outstanding networking opportunities, and access to the latest research findings.

In conjunction with the RCLDS reference group, the Centre’s Steven Smith presented on the Residential Care Workforce Survey, which is providing vital information about the skills, qualifications, demographics, retention and job satisfaction of workers.
Rebecca Jolie also spoke at the conference, presenting her excellent work in Sharing Innovative Practices. The resources created during her time at the Centre will soon be released on the website – look out for more on this in future editions of Centre Piece.
After a number of requests, we have now made Steven's presentation available – please see attachment below.


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