Strong day-to-day practice leadership is the key success factor in person-centred active support. This includes the ability to develop frontline staff skills and being able to focus staff attention on the things that matter.
Our workshop facilitators have extensive experience in person-centred active support and practice leadership and are excited to share their skills and knowledge with you. Across two half day sessions, our experts will explore:
The five tasks of practice leadership:
Focusing staff attention on quality of life
Allocating and organising staff support
Observing, giving feedback, coaching staff and modelling
Supervising practice of each staff member
Facilitating teamwork and team meetings
The NDIS Workforce Capability Framework and the key capabilities for frontline leaders and support workers
This training is suitable for frontline Team Leaders that directly support a team of Disability Support Worker professionals. It will draw heavily on the research and resources developed by the Living with Disability Research Centre at La Trobe University. This training is consistent with current standards and contemporary disability practice within the NDIS. The resources provided create further opportunities for participants to expand on their learnings within their organisation.
Prerequisite: Strong understanding of person-centred active support.
This workshop is part of our new series of training for Team Leaders. See more training for Team Leaders