compliance training policy

Hi everyone,

I have written IBA’s Compliance Training Policy and was hoping to get an idea of other agencies policies to see if our layout is similar, identify any gaps we may have/ what we may be beneficial to add, as well as how you conduct training.

At the moment IBA deliver all compliance training via 30 minute online modules through a Learning Management System, however would it be more engaging or a better way to train by having workshops/a compliance day?

Look forward to your responses.

Thanks,

Gemma Scott

Manager, Learning and Inclusion

gemma.scott@iba.gov.au

 

Support the Coaching for Women in Digital Program

We’d appreciate your assistance with sharing information about the The Coaching for Women in Digital Program with your agencies. Feel free to use the email templates below to share with your agency and networks.

Email copy for:  Internal networks – note: please include the ‘potential participant’ email below with this mail out.  

Dear [name],

We are asking for your support to share and promote the 2021–22 Coaching for Women in Digital program to your organisation and staff. Applications close 9 August 2021.

This coaching program focuses on developing the leadership skills of talented EL1 (acting or substantive) women, female-identifying and non-binary professionals in digital roles. It is run by the APS Digital Profession and aims to increase leadership diversity and create a culture of workforce innovation and digital transformation.

The Coaching for Women in Digital Program focuses on strengths and connects participants to like-minded peers and women in digital across government.

  • Reflect on strengths, values, self-limiting beliefs, leadership and career.
  • Connect with coaches and peers across government to share experiences and build networks.
  • Grow by dedicating time to development and taking it forward by applying learnings in a supported context.

The program is online, with some optional face-to-face opportunities, and runs across 12 months from September 2021 to August 2022. Participants are supported with group coaching sessions, a digital learning platform and other engagement opportunities.

The 2021–22 program costs $7,000 (excluding GST) per person, paid by agencies. Applicants will need to speak to their delegate or manager and get their approval before applying for the program.

We have provided information below so you can readily pass on to your staff for internal communication and anyone you think would benefit from the program.

The program is focused on leadership skills and does not require technical knowledge or teach technical skills. If you need more information, please visit the Digital Profession website, or get in touch through digitalprofession@dta.gov.au.

Regards,

xxx

Email copy to potential participants

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Subject line: Coaching for Women in Digital Program open for applications

Dear <name>,

The Digital Profession’s Coaching for Women in Digital program is accepting applications for their 2021-2022 program. I encourage you to consider applying or asking a team member to apply. Applications close 9 August 2021.

The Coaching for Women in Digital Program focuses on strengths, develops leadership skills and connects participants to like-minded peers and women in digital across government.

  • Reflect on your strengths, values, self-limiting beliefs, leadership and career.
  • Connect with coaches and peers across government to share experiences and build your networks.
  • Grow by dedicating time to your self-development and taking it forward by applying your learnings in a supported context.

The program is online, with some optional face-to-face opportunities, and runs across 12 months from September 2021 to August 2022. Participants are supported with group coaching sessions, a digital learning platform and other engagement opportunities.

The 2021–22 program costs $7,000 (excluding GST) per person, paid by your agency. Make sure you talk to your delegate or manager and get their approval before you apply for the program.

The program is focused on leadership skills and does not require technical knowledge or teach technical skills. If you need more information, please visit the Digital Profession website, or get in touch through digitalprofession@dta.gov.au.

You can register your interest now.

Regards,

xxx

 

learning and development policy request

Department of Veterans’ Affairs is looking to update a number of our People Policies. Are any agencies willing to share policies relating to

  • Relocation
  • Learning and Development
  • Performance
  • Rehabilitation and Injury management related (i.e. fitness for duty, early intervention, reasonable adjustment, return to work, wellbeing)

My direct email is amy.joslyn@dva.gov.au. Thank you!

learnhub

Digital Transformation Agency would like to hear from agencies who use Learnhub and discuss what courses they have created/rolled out for their own agency/department.

Please contact Donna.Prior@dta.gov.au or ph 0261208404.

reskilling program for women returning to work

The Clean Energy Regulator is seeking information from any agencies who may have established any Re-skilling program for women returning to work?  ( this could be return from Mat leave or long term leave )

Any information on a similar program would be appreciated.

If you can email Carolyn.hullick@cer.gov.au

service provider for training on handling confidential information

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission are looking for a service provider who can provide training on handling confidential information (esp. in a regulatory setting).

The training we are seeking is at a general level and should provide attendees with an understanding of what confidential information is, how to identify and deal with it, and what to look out for to avoid inadvertent disclosure.

In terms of format, we’re looking for a provider who can provide face-to-face or virtual training sessions and potentially create an online course that staff can complete at regular intervals as a refresher. We’re also seeking the option to develop area or function specific modules.

If you know anyone that could fit the bill, it would be greatly appreciated if you could let me know. Thanks!

Regards,

Neil Porter

Learning and Development | People and Culture Branch | People and Corporate Services Division

neil.porter@accc.gov.au

T: + 61 2 6243 3086

studybank policies

The Office of Parliamentary Counsel would greatly appreciate a copy of other agencies Studybank Policies.

Please contact dixielee.lange@opc.gov.au if you are able to assist.

indigenous australian cultural awareness modules other than ‘core’

I am hoping to reach out to the SAF, to ask whether there is an Indigenous Australian Cultural Awareness Course/Module that another organisation is willing to share with DVA? We have found the length of CORE, means DVA employees do not complete the course.

We are looking for more of a bite sized approach, an off the shelf option, that addresses the foundational elements of Cultural Integrity.

Thanks in advance.

Kind Regards

Courtney Swain

Assistant Director Workforce Strategy

People Services Branch, Chief Operating Officer Division

Department of Veterans’ Affairs

Email: courtney.swain@dva.gov.au

l&d strategies and mandatory training requirements

We are seeking Learning and Development Strategies from other agencies to assist with the upcoming drafting of a new strategy. We would also like to know what other agencies have nominated as mandatory training requirements.

If you require any further information please let me know.

Kind regards

Mandy

Mandy Bickerstaff

A/g Senior HR Advisor

L&D, Injury Management and WHS

COMMONWEALTH OMBUDSMAN

Phone:   02 6198 9451

Email:    mandy.bickerstaff@ombudsman.gov.au

productivity measures re organisational and individual performance

The Civil Aviation Safety Authority is interested in hearing about any productivity measures that agencies have in place or are considering that could assist in updating organisational or individual performance measures. Please contact Donna.Hicks@casa.gov.au