Posted by: PPA Blogger on 03/28/2017

Fighting the system: A response

Fighting the system: A response

Along with countless Australians we were devastated by the footage on Four Corners last night regarding abuse of people with disabilities. It painfully begs the question – what attributes separate quality workers from those who abuse the very people they are trusted to protect?

For almost three years the PPA have been working to build tools to address risks in workforce quality as services expand with the roll out of NDIS. Our passion is to ensure people working in the community services sector have the right set of attributes to ensure quality of care at all times.

We are building a set of attributional recruitment tools aimed at identifying people with the qualities required to work in the sector, and support development of those already working in the field, at all levels. https://www.profpracc.com/attribution/#atrributional_tool. We believe that a qualification is not enough. There are critical personal attributes that distinguish those able to consistently uphold the standards required for best practice.

We also believe in privileging the knowledge of people with lived experience of a disability when building a workforce, and providing pathways to people with lived experience to employment. We offer certifications and recognition of prior learning (RPL) to translate experience into qualifications – all aimed at ensuring best practice standards.

Along with best practice systems and processes, sourcing the right workers is critical to ensuring vulnerable people are given the care and respect they deserve. Our interest is in providing solutions.

QUOTE:
“It’s sick. It’s more than cruel, it’s sick. People do different jobs for different reasons and there’s a lot of people in disabilities that I’ve seen over the years, they’re not suited for the job.”

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Posted by: PPA Blogger on 03/28/2017

Fighting the system: A response

Fighting the system: A response

Along with countless Australians we were devastated by the footage on Four Corners last night regarding abuse of people with disabilities. It painfully begs the question – what attributes separate quality workers from those who abuse the very people they are trusted to protect?

For almost three years the PPA have been working to build tools to address risks in workforce quality as services expand with the roll out of NDIS. Our passion is to ensure people working in the community services sector have the right set of attributes to ensure quality of care at all times.

We are building a set of attributional recruitment tools aimed at identifying people with the qualities required to work in the sector, and support development of those already working in the field, at all levels. https://www.profpracc.com/attribution/#atrributional_tool. We believe that a qualification is not enough. There are critical personal attributes that distinguish those able to consistently uphold the standards required for best practice.

We also believe in privileging the knowledge of people with lived experience of a disability when building a workforce, and providing pathways to people with lived experience to employment. We offer certifications and recognition of prior learning (RPL) to translate experience into qualifications – all aimed at ensuring best practice standards.

Along with best practice systems and processes, sourcing the right workers is critical to ensuring vulnerable people are given the care and respect they deserve. Our interest is in providing solutions.

QUOTE:
“It’s sick. It’s more than cruel, it’s sick. People do different jobs for different reasons and there’s a lot of people in disabilities that I’ve seen over the years, they’re not suited for the job.”

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Posted by: PPA Blogger on 03/28/2017

Fighting the system: A response

Fighting the system: A response

Along with countless Australians we were devastated by the footage on Four Corners last night regarding abuse of people with disabilities. It painfully begs the question – what attributes separate quality workers from those who abuse the very people they are trusted to protect?

For almost three years the PPA have been working to build tools to address risks in workforce quality as services expand with the roll out of NDIS. Our passion is to ensure people working in the community services sector have the right set of attributes to ensure quality of care at all times.

We are building a set of attributional recruitment tools aimed at identifying people with the qualities required to work in the sector, and support development of those already working in the field, at all levels. https://www.profpracc.com/attribution/#atrributional_tool. We believe that a qualification is not enough. There are critical personal attributes that distinguish those able to consistently uphold the standards required for best practice.

We also believe in privileging the knowledge of people with lived experience of a disability when building a workforce, and providing pathways to people with lived experience to employment. We offer certifications and recognition of prior learning (RPL) to translate experience into qualifications – all aimed at ensuring best practice standards.

Along with best practice systems and processes, sourcing the right workers is critical to ensuring vulnerable people are given the care and respect they deserve. Our interest is in providing solutions.

QUOTE:
“It’s sick. It’s more than cruel, it’s sick. People do different jobs for different reasons and there’s a lot of people in disabilities that I’ve seen over the years, they’re not suited for the job.”

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Along with countless Australians we were devastated by the footage on Four Corners last night regarding abuse of people with disabilities. It painfully begs the question – what attributes separate quality workers from those who abuse the very people they are trusted to protect?

For almost three years the PPA have been working to build tools to address risks in workforce quality as services expand with the roll out of NDIS. Our passion is to ensure people working in the community services sector have the right set of attributes to ensure quality of care at all times.

We are building a set of attributional recruitment tools aimed at identifying people with the qualities required to work in the sector, and support development of those already working in the field, at all levels. https://www.profpracc.com/attribution/#atrributional_tool. We believe that a qualification is not enough. There are critical personal attributes that distinguish those able to consistently uphold the standards required for best practice.

We also believe in privileging the knowledge of people with lived experience of a disability when building a workforce, and providing pathways to people with lived experience to employment. We offer certifications and recognition of prior learning (RPL) to translate experience into qualifications – all aimed at ensuring best practice standards.

Along with best practice systems and processes, sourcing the right workers is critical to ensuring vulnerable people are given the care and respect they deserve. Our interest is in providing solutions.

QUOTE:
“It’s sick. It’s more than cruel, it’s sick. People do different jobs for different reasons and there’s a lot of people in disabilities that I’ve seen over the years, they’re not suited for the job.”

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Along with countless Australians we were devastated by the footage on Four Corners last night regarding abuse of people with disabilities. It painfully begs the question – what attributes separate quality workers from those who abuse the very people they are trusted to protect?

For almost three years the PPA have been working to build tools to address risks in workforce quality as services expand with the roll out of NDIS. Our passion is to ensure people working in the community services sector have the right set of attributes to ensure quality of care at all times.

We are building a set of attributional recruitment tools aimed at identifying people with the qualities required to work in the sector, and support development of those already working in the field, at all levels. https://www.profpracc.com/attribution/#atrributional_tool. We believe that a qualification is not enough. There are critical personal attributes that distinguish those able to consistently uphold the standards required for best practice.

We also believe in privileging the knowledge of people with lived experience of a disability when building a workforce, and providing pathways to people with lived experience to employment. We offer certifications and recognition of prior learning (RPL) to translate experience into qualifications – all aimed at ensuring best practice standards.

Along with best practice systems and processes, sourcing the right workers is critical to ensuring vulnerable people are given the care and respect they deserve. Our interest is in providing solutions.

QUOTE:
“It’s sick. It’s more than cruel, it’s sick. People do different jobs for different reasons and there’s a lot of people in disabilities that I’ve seen over the years, they’re not suited for the job.”

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Posted by: PPA Blogger on 03/28/2017

Fighting the system: A response

Fighting the system: A response

Along with countless Australians we were devastated by the footage on Four Corners last night regarding abuse of people with disabilities. It painfully begs the question – what attributes separate quality workers from those who abuse the very people they are trusted to protect?

For almost three years the PPA have been working to build tools to address risks in workforce quality as services expand with the roll out of NDIS. Our passion is to ensure people working in the community services sector have the right set of attributes to ensure quality of care at all times.

We are building a set of attributional recruitment tools aimed at identifying people with the qualities required to work in the sector, and support development of those already working in the field, at all levels. https://www.profpracc.com/attribution/#atrributional_tool. We believe that a qualification is not enough. There are critical personal attributes that distinguish those able to consistently uphold the standards required for best practice.

We also believe in privileging the knowledge of people with lived experience of a disability when building a workforce, and providing pathways to people with lived experience to employment. We offer certifications and recognition of prior learning (RPL) to translate experience into qualifications – all aimed at ensuring best practice standards.

Along with best practice systems and processes, sourcing the right workers is critical to ensuring vulnerable people are given the care and respect they deserve. Our interest is in providing solutions.

QUOTE:
“It’s sick. It’s more than cruel, it’s sick. People do different jobs for different reasons and there’s a lot of people in disabilities that I’ve seen over the years, they’re not suited for the job.”

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Along with countless Australians we were devastated by the footage on Four Corners last night regarding abuse of people with disabilities. It painfully begs the question – what attributes separate quality workers from those who abuse the very people they are trusted to protect?

For almost three years the PPA have been working to build tools to address risks in workforce quality as services expand with the roll out of NDIS. Our passion is to ensure people working in the community services sector have the right set of attributes to ensure quality of care at all times.

We are building a set of attributional recruitment tools aimed at identifying people with the qualities required to work in the sector, and support development of those already working in the field, at all levels. https://www.profpracc.com/attribution/#atrributional_tool. We believe that a qualification is not enough. There are critical personal attributes that distinguish those able to consistently uphold the standards required for best practice.

We also believe in privileging the knowledge of people with lived experience of a disability when building a workforce, and providing pathways to people with lived experience to employment. We offer certifications and recognition of prior learning (RPL) to translate experience into qualifications – all aimed at ensuring best practice standards.

Along with best practice systems and processes, sourcing the right workers is critical to ensuring vulnerable people are given the care and respect they deserve. Our interest is in providing solutions.

QUOTE:
“It’s sick. It’s more than cruel, it’s sick. People do different jobs for different reasons and there’s a lot of people in disabilities that I’ve seen over the years, they’re not suited for the job.”

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