Posted by: PPA Blogger on 08/11/2016

Calling all NDIS workforce employers

Calling all NDIS workforce employers

The role out of NDIS heralds a changing world for all things mental health, and disability. For employers, pivotal to success in that new world, is the capacity to recruit new, and effective support workers. Moreover, there is an ethical responsibility to both staff and clients, for organisations to match employees well to their recruited roles-particularly the roles provided by front-line staff.

To facilitate effective recruitment, we have created the first of a series of Attributional Tools. These tools provide a self-assessment of strengths and of areas for development to assist potentials workers to identify their learning and career development pathways. Built using best-practice research principles, including ethics approval with Charles Sturt University, the tools are reverse engineered from the experience of front-line staff identified as excellent in their roles, along with their managers, with results then screened by a panel of subject matter experts. Our first Attributional tool targets the Mental Health Support Worker Role.

With a monthly online intake, the tool provides new and existing staff with an opportunity to become more aware of their strengths and weaknesses in relation to the mental health support worker role. Taking approximately 45 minutes to complete in full, the tool is formatted as an online quiz, exploring how well the individual performs on nine, industry bench-marked attributes. Alternatively, the individual can choose to complete each attribute section of the quiz separately, saving the content and completing sections as and when you can.

Successful completion results in the learner gaining an overview of their performance against these attributes.

Employers are able to use the tool to determine good fit with the mental health support worker role, or to identify areas of challenge which may require additional education and training. For workers with a lived experience of mental health issues taking on peer support or other roles, it will also provide information to help build workplace wellness plans.

Individuals, and employers gain insight around areas of strength in this role, and this opens up opportunities for professional development and growth. This information can then facilitate the provision of targeted training and development pathways, and increase the likelihood of successful role matching.

The responses in the tool are moderated by qualified academics and confidential, and could also be used to monitor progress over time as a worker gains experience.

Attributes included in the test include whether a potential employee has the capacity to be:

  1. Reflexive – (capacity to learn from one experience, and apply that learning to a comparable experience)
  2. A chameleon (able to be adjust their personality to the needs and interests of their client),
  3. able to build rapport (ability to get on with their client, and build trust)
  4. Person-centred (ability to facilitate for the client what they would like-at times reading between the lines)
  5. Able to suspend judgement (ability to keep your own belief sets and values at bay)
  6. Able to solve problems in diverse ways
  7. Professional (ability to be on time, to keep accurate notes etc.)
  8. An Advocate (ability to advocate the needs of the client to varied stakeholders such as psychologists, psychiatrists, or family members)
  9. Safe when working with clients (ability to look out for your own safety in the work environment)
  10. In the space of discomfort (ability to hear at times distressing stories, without feeling the need to always provide a solution).

Join up now!

Our regular intake for the tool is the 12th of each month. The cost is $25 per person. Alternatively, financial members of the PPA are able to sit the test, or have their employers sit the test for free.

For more information, go to https://profpracc.com/product/ppa-mental-health-attributional-tool/, or you can contact us via email info@profpracc.com. or phone, 1300 772 284.

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Posted by: PPA Blogger on 08/11/2016

Calling all NDIS workforce employers

Calling all NDIS workforce employers

The role out of NDIS heralds a changing world for all things mental health, and disability. For employers, pivotal to success in that new world, is the capacity to recruit new, and effective support workers. Moreover, there is an ethical responsibility to both staff and clients, for organisations to match employees well to their recruited roles-particularly the roles provided by front-line staff.

To facilitate effective recruitment, we have created the first of a series of Attributional Tools. These tools provide a self-assessment of strengths and of areas for development to assist potentials workers to identify their learning and career development pathways. Built using best-practice research principles, including ethics approval with Charles Sturt University, the tools are reverse engineered from the experience of front-line staff identified as excellent in their roles, along with their managers, with results then screened by a panel of subject matter experts. Our first Attributional tool targets the Mental Health Support Worker Role.

With a monthly online intake, the tool provides new and existing staff with an opportunity to become more aware of their strengths and weaknesses in relation to the mental health support worker role. Taking approximately 45 minutes to complete in full, the tool is formatted as an online quiz, exploring how well the individual performs on nine, industry bench-marked attributes. Alternatively, the individual can choose to complete each attribute section of the quiz separately, saving the content and completing sections as and when you can.

Successful completion results in the learner gaining an overview of their performance against these attributes.

Employers are able to use the tool to determine good fit with the mental health support worker role, or to identify areas of challenge which may require additional education and training. For workers with a lived experience of mental health issues taking on peer support or other roles, it will also provide information to help build workplace wellness plans.

Individuals, and employers gain insight around areas of strength in this role, and this opens up opportunities for professional development and growth. This information can then facilitate the provision of targeted training and development pathways, and increase the likelihood of successful role matching.

The responses in the tool are moderated by qualified academics and confidential, and could also be used to monitor progress over time as a worker gains experience.

Attributes included in the test include whether a potential employee has the capacity to be:

  1. Reflexive – (capacity to learn from one experience, and apply that learning to a comparable experience)
  2. A chameleon (able to be adjust their personality to the needs and interests of their client),
  3. able to build rapport (ability to get on with their client, and build trust)
  4. Person-centred (ability to facilitate for the client what they would like-at times reading between the lines)
  5. Able to suspend judgement (ability to keep your own belief sets and values at bay)
  6. Able to solve problems in diverse ways
  7. Professional (ability to be on time, to keep accurate notes etc.)
  8. An Advocate (ability to advocate the needs of the client to varied stakeholders such as psychologists, psychiatrists, or family members)
  9. Safe when working with clients (ability to look out for your own safety in the work environment)
  10. In the space of discomfort (ability to hear at times distressing stories, without feeling the need to always provide a solution).

Join up now!

Our regular intake for the tool is the 12th of each month. The cost is $25 per person. Alternatively, financial members of the PPA are able to sit the test, or have their employers sit the test for free.

For more information, go to https://profpracc.com/product/ppa-mental-health-attributional-tool/, or you can contact us via email info@profpracc.com. or phone, 1300 772 284.

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Posted by: PPA Blogger on 08/11/2016

Calling all NDIS workforce employers

Calling all NDIS workforce employers

The role out of NDIS heralds a changing world for all things mental health, and disability. For employers, pivotal to success in that new world, is the capacity to recruit new, and effective support workers. Moreover, there is an ethical responsibility to both staff and clients, for organisations to match employees well to their recruited roles-particularly the roles provided by front-line staff.

To facilitate effective recruitment, we have created the first of a series of Attributional Tools. These tools provide a self-assessment of strengths and of areas for development to assist potentials workers to identify their learning and career development pathways. Built using best-practice research principles, including ethics approval with Charles Sturt University, the tools are reverse engineered from the experience of front-line staff identified as excellent in their roles, along with their managers, with results then screened by a panel of subject matter experts. Our first Attributional tool targets the Mental Health Support Worker Role.

With a monthly online intake, the tool provides new and existing staff with an opportunity to become more aware of their strengths and weaknesses in relation to the mental health support worker role. Taking approximately 45 minutes to complete in full, the tool is formatted as an online quiz, exploring how well the individual performs on nine, industry bench-marked attributes. Alternatively, the individual can choose to complete each attribute section of the quiz separately, saving the content and completing sections as and when you can.

Successful completion results in the learner gaining an overview of their performance against these attributes.

Employers are able to use the tool to determine good fit with the mental health support worker role, or to identify areas of challenge which may require additional education and training. For workers with a lived experience of mental health issues taking on peer support or other roles, it will also provide information to help build workplace wellness plans.

Individuals, and employers gain insight around areas of strength in this role, and this opens up opportunities for professional development and growth. This information can then facilitate the provision of targeted training and development pathways, and increase the likelihood of successful role matching.

The responses in the tool are moderated by qualified academics and confidential, and could also be used to monitor progress over time as a worker gains experience.

Attributes included in the test include whether a potential employee has the capacity to be:

  1. Reflexive – (capacity to learn from one experience, and apply that learning to a comparable experience)
  2. A chameleon (able to be adjust their personality to the needs and interests of their client),
  3. able to build rapport (ability to get on with their client, and build trust)
  4. Person-centred (ability to facilitate for the client what they would like-at times reading between the lines)
  5. Able to suspend judgement (ability to keep your own belief sets and values at bay)
  6. Able to solve problems in diverse ways
  7. Professional (ability to be on time, to keep accurate notes etc.)
  8. An Advocate (ability to advocate the needs of the client to varied stakeholders such as psychologists, psychiatrists, or family members)
  9. Safe when working with clients (ability to look out for your own safety in the work environment)
  10. In the space of discomfort (ability to hear at times distressing stories, without feeling the need to always provide a solution).

Join up now!

Our regular intake for the tool is the 12th of each month. The cost is $25 per person. Alternatively, financial members of the PPA are able to sit the test, or have their employers sit the test for free.

For more information, go to https://profpracc.com/product/ppa-mental-health-attributional-tool/, or you can contact us via email info@profpracc.com. or phone, 1300 772 284.

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The role out of NDIS heralds a changing world for all things mental health, and disability. For employers, pivotal to success in that new world, is the capacity to recruit new, and effective support workers. Moreover, there is an ethical responsibility to both staff and clients, for organisations to match employees well to their recruited roles-particularly the roles provided by front-line staff.

To facilitate effective recruitment, we have created the first of a series of Attributional Tools. These tools provide a self-assessment of strengths and of areas for development to assist potentials workers to identify their learning and career development pathways. Built using best-practice research principles, including ethics approval with Charles Sturt University, the tools are reverse engineered from the experience of front-line staff identified as excellent in their roles, along with their managers, with results then screened by a panel of subject matter experts. Our first Attributional tool targets the Mental Health Support Worker Role.

With a monthly online intake, the tool provides new and existing staff with an opportunity to become more aware of their strengths and weaknesses in relation to the mental health support worker role. Taking approximately 45 minutes to complete in full, the tool is formatted as an online quiz, exploring how well the individual performs on nine, industry bench-marked attributes. Alternatively, the individual can choose to complete each attribute section of the quiz separately, saving the content and completing sections as and when you can.

Successful completion results in the learner gaining an overview of their performance against these attributes.

Employers are able to use the tool to determine good fit with the mental health support worker role, or to identify areas of challenge which may require additional education and training. For workers with a lived experience of mental health issues taking on peer support or other roles, it will also provide information to help build workplace wellness plans.

Individuals, and employers gain insight around areas of strength in this role, and this opens up opportunities for professional development and growth. This information can then facilitate the provision of targeted training and development pathways, and increase the likelihood of successful role matching.

The responses in the tool are moderated by qualified academics and confidential, and could also be used to monitor progress over time as a worker gains experience.

Attributes included in the test include whether a potential employee has the capacity to be:

  1. Reflexive – (capacity to learn from one experience, and apply that learning to a comparable experience)
  2. A chameleon (able to be adjust their personality to the needs and interests of their client),
  3. able to build rapport (ability to get on with their client, and build trust)
  4. Person-centred (ability to facilitate for the client what they would like-at times reading between the lines)
  5. Able to suspend judgement (ability to keep your own belief sets and values at bay)
  6. Able to solve problems in diverse ways
  7. Professional (ability to be on time, to keep accurate notes etc.)
  8. An Advocate (ability to advocate the needs of the client to varied stakeholders such as psychologists, psychiatrists, or family members)
  9. Safe when working with clients (ability to look out for your own safety in the work environment)
  10. In the space of discomfort (ability to hear at times distressing stories, without feeling the need to always provide a solution).

Join up now!

Our regular intake for the tool is the 12th of each month. The cost is $25 per person. Alternatively, financial members of the PPA are able to sit the test, or have their employers sit the test for free.

For more information, go to https://profpracc.com/product/ppa-mental-health-attributional-tool/, or you can contact us via email info@profpracc.com. or phone, 1300 772 284.

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The role out of NDIS heralds a changing world for all things mental health, and disability. For employers, pivotal to success in that new world, is the capacity to recruit new, and effective support workers. Moreover, there is an ethical responsibility to both staff and clients, for organisations to match employees well to their recruited roles-particularly the roles provided by front-line staff.

To facilitate effective recruitment, we have created the first of a series of Attributional Tools. These tools provide a self-assessment of strengths and of areas for development to assist potentials workers to identify their learning and career development pathways. Built using best-practice research principles, including ethics approval with Charles Sturt University, the tools are reverse engineered from the experience of front-line staff identified as excellent in their roles, along with their managers, with results then screened by a panel of subject matter experts. Our first Attributional tool targets the Mental Health Support Worker Role.

With a monthly online intake, the tool provides new and existing staff with an opportunity to become more aware of their strengths and weaknesses in relation to the mental health support worker role. Taking approximately 45 minutes to complete in full, the tool is formatted as an online quiz, exploring how well the individual performs on nine, industry bench-marked attributes. Alternatively, the individual can choose to complete each attribute section of the quiz separately, saving the content and completing sections as and when you can.

Successful completion results in the learner gaining an overview of their performance against these attributes.

Employers are able to use the tool to determine good fit with the mental health support worker role, or to identify areas of challenge which may require additional education and training. For workers with a lived experience of mental health issues taking on peer support or other roles, it will also provide information to help build workplace wellness plans.

Individuals, and employers gain insight around areas of strength in this role, and this opens up opportunities for professional development and growth. This information can then facilitate the provision of targeted training and development pathways, and increase the likelihood of successful role matching.

The responses in the tool are moderated by qualified academics and confidential, and could also be used to monitor progress over time as a worker gains experience.

Attributes included in the test include whether a potential employee has the capacity to be:

  1. Reflexive – (capacity to learn from one experience, and apply that learning to a comparable experience)
  2. A chameleon (able to be adjust their personality to the needs and interests of their client),
  3. able to build rapport (ability to get on with their client, and build trust)
  4. Person-centred (ability to facilitate for the client what they would like-at times reading between the lines)
  5. Able to suspend judgement (ability to keep your own belief sets and values at bay)
  6. Able to solve problems in diverse ways
  7. Professional (ability to be on time, to keep accurate notes etc.)
  8. An Advocate (ability to advocate the needs of the client to varied stakeholders such as psychologists, psychiatrists, or family members)
  9. Safe when working with clients (ability to look out for your own safety in the work environment)
  10. In the space of discomfort (ability to hear at times distressing stories, without feeling the need to always provide a solution).

Join up now!

Our regular intake for the tool is the 12th of each month. The cost is $25 per person. Alternatively, financial members of the PPA are able to sit the test, or have their employers sit the test for free.

For more information, go to https://profpracc.com/product/ppa-mental-health-attributional-tool/, or you can contact us via email info@profpracc.com. or phone, 1300 772 284.

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Calling all NDIS workforce employers

Calling all NDIS workforce employers

The role out of NDIS heralds a changing world for all things mental health, and disability. For employers, pivotal to success in that new world, is the capacity to recruit new, and effective support workers. Moreover, there is an ethical responsibility to both staff and clients, for organisations to match employees well to their recruited roles-particularly the roles provided by front-line staff.

To facilitate effective recruitment, we have created the first of a series of Attributional Tools. These tools provide a self-assessment of strengths and of areas for development to assist potentials workers to identify their learning and career development pathways. Built using best-practice research principles, including ethics approval with Charles Sturt University, the tools are reverse engineered from the experience of front-line staff identified as excellent in their roles, along with their managers, with results then screened by a panel of subject matter experts. Our first Attributional tool targets the Mental Health Support Worker Role.

With a monthly online intake, the tool provides new and existing staff with an opportunity to become more aware of their strengths and weaknesses in relation to the mental health support worker role. Taking approximately 45 minutes to complete in full, the tool is formatted as an online quiz, exploring how well the individual performs on nine, industry bench-marked attributes. Alternatively, the individual can choose to complete each attribute section of the quiz separately, saving the content and completing sections as and when you can.

Successful completion results in the learner gaining an overview of their performance against these attributes.

Employers are able to use the tool to determine good fit with the mental health support worker role, or to identify areas of challenge which may require additional education and training. For workers with a lived experience of mental health issues taking on peer support or other roles, it will also provide information to help build workplace wellness plans.

Individuals, and employers gain insight around areas of strength in this role, and this opens up opportunities for professional development and growth. This information can then facilitate the provision of targeted training and development pathways, and increase the likelihood of successful role matching.

The responses in the tool are moderated by qualified academics and confidential, and could also be used to monitor progress over time as a worker gains experience.

Attributes included in the test include whether a potential employee has the capacity to be:

  1. Reflexive – (capacity to learn from one experience, and apply that learning to a comparable experience)
  2. A chameleon (able to be adjust their personality to the needs and interests of their client),
  3. able to build rapport (ability to get on with their client, and build trust)
  4. Person-centred (ability to facilitate for the client what they would like-at times reading between the lines)
  5. Able to suspend judgement (ability to keep your own belief sets and values at bay)
  6. Able to solve problems in diverse ways
  7. Professional (ability to be on time, to keep accurate notes etc.)
  8. An Advocate (ability to advocate the needs of the client to varied stakeholders such as psychologists, psychiatrists, or family members)
  9. Safe when working with clients (ability to look out for your own safety in the work environment)
  10. In the space of discomfort (ability to hear at times distressing stories, without feeling the need to always provide a solution).

Join up now!

Our regular intake for the tool is the 12th of each month. The cost is $25 per person. Alternatively, financial members of the PPA are able to sit the test, or have their employers sit the test for free.

For more information, go to https://profpracc.com/product/ppa-mental-health-attributional-tool/, or you can contact us via email info@profpracc.com. or phone, 1300 772 284.

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The role out of NDIS heralds a changing world for all things mental health, and disability. For employers, pivotal to success in that new world, is the capacity to recruit new, and effective support workers. Moreover, there is an ethical responsibility to both staff and clients, for organisations to match employees well to their recruited roles-particularly the roles provided by front-line staff.

To facilitate effective recruitment, we have created the first of a series of Attributional Tools. These tools provide a self-assessment of strengths and of areas for development to assist potentials workers to identify their learning and career development pathways. Built using best-practice research principles, including ethics approval with Charles Sturt University, the tools are reverse engineered from the experience of front-line staff identified as excellent in their roles, along with their managers, with results then screened by a panel of subject matter experts. Our first Attributional tool targets the Mental Health Support Worker Role.

With a monthly online intake, the tool provides new and existing staff with an opportunity to become more aware of their strengths and weaknesses in relation to the mental health support worker role. Taking approximately 45 minutes to complete in full, the tool is formatted as an online quiz, exploring how well the individual performs on nine, industry bench-marked attributes. Alternatively, the individual can choose to complete each attribute section of the quiz separately, saving the content and completing sections as and when you can.

Successful completion results in the learner gaining an overview of their performance against these attributes.

Employers are able to use the tool to determine good fit with the mental health support worker role, or to identify areas of challenge which may require additional education and training. For workers with a lived experience of mental health issues taking on peer support or other roles, it will also provide information to help build workplace wellness plans.

Individuals, and employers gain insight around areas of strength in this role, and this opens up opportunities for professional development and growth. This information can then facilitate the provision of targeted training and development pathways, and increase the likelihood of successful role matching.

The responses in the tool are moderated by qualified academics and confidential, and could also be used to monitor progress over time as a worker gains experience.

Attributes included in the test include whether a potential employee has the capacity to be:

  1. Reflexive – (capacity to learn from one experience, and apply that learning to a comparable experience)
  2. A chameleon (able to be adjust their personality to the needs and interests of their client),
  3. able to build rapport (ability to get on with their client, and build trust)
  4. Person-centred (ability to facilitate for the client what they would like-at times reading between the lines)
  5. Able to suspend judgement (ability to keep your own belief sets and values at bay)
  6. Able to solve problems in diverse ways
  7. Professional (ability to be on time, to keep accurate notes etc.)
  8. An Advocate (ability to advocate the needs of the client to varied stakeholders such as psychologists, psychiatrists, or family members)
  9. Safe when working with clients (ability to look out for your own safety in the work environment)
  10. In the space of discomfort (ability to hear at times distressing stories, without feeling the need to always provide a solution).

Join up now!

Our regular intake for the tool is the 12th of each month. The cost is $25 per person. Alternatively, financial members of the PPA are able to sit the test, or have their employers sit the test for free.

For more information, go to https://profpracc.com/product/ppa-mental-health-attributional-tool/, or you can contact us via email info@profpracc.com. or phone, 1300 772 284.

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