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Expression of Interest --
Aged Care teaching positions
Are you passionate about aged care and want to help others gain quali cations?
Would you like to have input into the future training framework for Aged Care
Screening and Assessment services?
Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT), along with CIT Solutions,
are seeking expressions of interests from quali ed sta to deliver
customised, t for purpose aged care training for the Department of
Applications are invited from experienced, preferably community based,
aged care professionals who are energetic and passionate about delivering aged care
My Aged Care was introduced on 1 July 2013 to assist older people, their families and
carers to access aged care information and services via the My Aged Care website and
National Contact Centre.
CIT and CIT Solutions are seeking quali ed sta to help deliver this training for the new
aged care assessment framework.
We are seeking to appoint a number of Teacher Band 1 positions to deliver customised,
t for purpose training to the screening and assessment workforce. Delivery of this
training will include selected competencies from the National Training Package.
Encompassing AQF levels 3-7 from the Community Services Training Package.
You must have the ability to work autonomously as well as being an excellent written
and verbal communicator. You will also possess strong computer skills along with a
professionally con dent nature.
The successful applicants must be willing to travel throughout Australia.
You will need:
An understanding of current aged care reforms
5 years industry experience as a health professional (occupational therapy,
physiotherapy, registered nurse, aged care or similar). Experience in the aged care
sector is preferable, but not essential
Certi cate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE) is preferred, or a commitment to
undertake the Certi cate IV in TAE is essential for this position
How to apply:
Please send an expression of interest, of no more than 2 pages, demonstrating capability
against the key skills above, quali cations and CV to James Dunstan, Director, Health,
Community and Science via email: James.Dunstan@cit.edu.au
by COB Friday 23 January 2015.
13 - Tuesday, January 13, 2015
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ACT is the best,
still fails to pass
The ACT has been ranked first in the
country for its alcohol policies, drink
driving laws, Liquor Act reviews and a
risk-based licensing fee system for
liquor outlets but the territory still
failed to receive a pass on a national
alcohol policy scorecard.
Despite receiving an overall score
of only 48 per cent in the National
Alliance for Action on Alcohol's
report card, the ACT government was
named the national leader in alcohol
policy for a second year running.
No states or territories received a
pass grade - all scored below 50 per
The federal government was ranked
as the worst performer with a score of
just 9 per cent, which earned it the
2014 Fizzers award for inaction in
developing and implementing alcohol
policy last year.
The federal government's low score
largely reflected the lack of action and
deep funding cuts in a number of key
alcohol policy areas, NAAA co-chair
and Public Health Association of
Australia's alcohol spokesman,
Professor Mike Daube said.
Foundation for Alcohol Research
and Education chief executive Michael
Thorn said the ACT government was
the best performing jurisdiction
because of its policies to reduce and
prevent alcohol-related harm.
They've got a plan that has some
measurables in it, they've got good
strong drink-driving laws, the risk-
based licensing fee system for all
liquor outlets that's in place was really
cutting edge when it was implemented
and they've had a very good, open,
transparent review of the Liquor Act
which has been conducted over the
past 12 months or so.''
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