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Workforce development and Real skills. What is workforce development?  Right people  Right place  Right time  Doing the right thing.

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1 Workforce development and Real skills

2 What is workforce development?  Right people  Right place  Right time  Doing the right thing

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4 Planning process  Plan future services  Analyse current workforce  Workforce competencies  Assess future workforce  Recruitment and Retention  Organisational Development

5 Planning process  Labour markets  Education and training supply  Address gaps/issues  National planning includes projects to address  Gaps in research and evaluation  Infrastructure to support wd

6 Lets get real  New name for the core competencies project  Youth-orientated language  A challenge to the sector  Key project for all of workforce development

7 International and local context  England, Scotland, Australia, US all developing values-based mental health capabilities  Adapt and pilot UK tools and training approaches  New Singapore work drawing on NZ methodology  Midland common capabilities

8 How the framework was developed – 2.5 years in the making!  Literature review  Environmental scan – earlier and emerging work  Sector meetings  Draft Real Skills  Workshop and feedback  Further development of draft Real Skills

9 What is does  Documents essential knowledge skills and attributes  All people working in mental health and addiction services  Based on service user and family/Whanau need

10 Benefits  Common language, shared understandings  Affirms best practice  Better transferability  Complements HPCA Act  Effective workforce development (underpins all areas)

11 General feedback from sector on development  Values and attitudes  Engagement, and therapeutic relationships  Trauma and abuse history  Whole of life developmental approach  Include skills focus  Community focus  Be practical

12 How the Real Skills work  Core values and attitudes  Seven skills  Three levels  Links to current frameworks e.g. HPCA Act, KPIs, NSF

13 Real skills  Working with service users  Working with Maori  Working with families/whanau  Working with communities

14 Real skills  Challenging stigma and discrimination  Law, policy and practice  Professional development

15 How will it be implemented  Develop and pilot tools and guides e.g. for reviewing education programmes, use in performance appraisals  Phased implementation plan  Current workforce  Developing education and training – the future workforce  Linked to national training plan

16 At local level – embed in  Undergrad and other education and training incl skills matter, ‘key worker’ training, CLIMATE MH e-learning  Recruitment and other HR practices  Orientation packages  Performance management  Professional development

17 At national level – end of implementation transition phase  Requirement in national service framework  Take opportunities to implement via professional bodies standards

18 Since the framework….  Awareness raising  Development and testing of enablers  Implementation plan  Development of ‘real skills plus’ – child and youth and Sei Tapu  Some implementation already underway

19 Next….  Produce enabler resources for sector  Target training (Managers are a priority)  Take opportunities to implement  Embed in practice  Keep raising awareness  Build into recruitment, orientation, leadership development, professional bodies

20 Te Pou’s role  Facilitate  Lead  Link  Enable  Train  Supervise/mentor  Advise  Evaluate


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