The month of October marks a focus on workplace safety. Register your commitment to improving workplace safety by enrolling your team in First Aid training with multi-award winning Corporate First Aid Australia. Ring CFAA today, on 1300 177 337 to book your First Aid training and CPR Refresher courses.
It is often said that change is a matter of certainty. The odds are however stacked in your favour, when two local highly respected Registered Training Organisations, work in partnership to deliver high-quality vocational education and training. CFAA and CTS have co-located at 6A/B Victoria Street, Bunbury WA, affectionately known as Training HQ.
A five-year review of aged care reforms championed by the former Secretary of Finance and current Chair of the Aged Care Sector Committee, David Tune included 38 recommendations.
In our fast paced lives, filled with competing demands and disruptive technologies like Facebook and Instagram, we appear to be more connected to other people than ever before, or are we? Take the time to get to know your elderly neighbour, exchange phone numbers, share a cup of tea and ask them, R U OK?
The Productivity Commission has estimated that by 2050 the aged care workforce will need to grow to around 980,000 workers. The disability workforce is expected to double by 2020. The Federal Government has committed $33 million to the Boosting Local Care Workforce Opportunity with the objective to create more jobs in regional areas.
Corporate First Aid Australia has been nominated as a Finalist in the 2017 Western Australian Regional Achievement and Community Awards. CFAA has been nominated for the 2017 Prime Super Business Achievement Award.
WorkSafe is due to launch a proactive inspection program to explore the management of violence and aggression in residential aged care facilities. The program will continue for a six months in metropolitan and regional areas of the State. It will focus on reducing musculoskeletal and psychological injuries due to workplace violence.
The GEN website launched by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 12 months ago, provides unprecedented detail and access to Australia’s aged care information and data breakdowns. Designed as a one-shop stop, the objective of the website is to benefit older people, their families, researches and everyone requiring details on aged care.
Enable West Australia is dedicated to creating support mechanisms which empower people, giving them the opportunity to build a life of their choice – a life filled with the same adventures, challenges, joys and love that many of us take for granted. CFAA is actively working with community services organisations to ensure those that care for others are highly qualified to deliver these specialised services.