Quality support - how are you using Get SET?

Community services and health jobs are about helping and caring for people. People who are young, old, sick or who need a bit of extra help because of a disability. There are many job opportunities in community services and health and these jobs keep growing. The NT needs more care support workers so that no Territorian misses out. Employers look for care support workers who are the right fit with the right skills. So how can we help more people become the right people?

ISACNT developed the Get SET program that included guides, topics, kits, job descriptions in everyday language, with realistic scenarios. The program was designed to support people prepare for work, induct or familiarise new staff, refresher training for existing staff and to complement formal training from training organisations. Get SET was co-designed with the people who would use them – people in the community and health industries.


Get SET is free for anyone to use. Since it was finished in March, we’ve been hearing some really positive stories from people who’ve been using Get SET. ISACNT now will evaluate Get SET. To do so we need your help and are calling on people to complete a short survey (open until 31 December).

Please click here to participate in the survey.

Attend a feedback and ideas sharing workshop hosted by ISACNT

Nhulunbuy
Tuesday 5 November, from 3.30 – 4.30pm
Darwin NEW DATE 
Thursday 28 November from 8.30 – 10.00am at ISACNT Salonika Street, Darwin

(Regional and remote participants welcome via web conference - Please RSVP to Yuka Yoshimoto.)

For employers experiencing skills shortages or wishing to report an occupation in demand, please contact ISACNT on 7913 7500 or via email.