Governance in Aged Care (Wagga Wagga, NSW)
16 October 2019 @ 9:30 am - 1:30 pm
|Date:||Wednesday, 16 October 2019|
|Time:||9:30am - 1:30pm|
|State:||New South Wales|
|Venue:||Quest Wagga Wagga|
69 Gruwood Street, Wagga Wagga NSW 2650
|Registration Fees:||$470 per participant inc GST|
The aged care sector has experienced over a decade of disruption in funding, clinical requirements and legislative changes amidst a background of changing consumer needs and expectations.
The learnings from the financial services royal commission, as well as the recently established royal commission into Australia’s aged care sector highlight the importance of putting the consumer first and finding the right balance between societal purpose and sustainability.
Return to your organisation with:
- insight into your organisation's future challenges, requirements and key impacts of AACQA Standard 8, the royal commission and other government investigations, inquiries and reviews
- tools to assist you identify key governance risks for the aged care sector board
- questions to help you evaluate the effectiveness of information given to the board
- lessons learnt from inquiries into other industries.
Who should attend this workshop?
This workshop aims to equip directors, company secretaries, risk managers and other senior managers in aged care with insights, tools and questions to refine and strengthen their approaches. What work is required to ensure the board is well informed about governance and risk management framework issues?
Brendan Moore, General Manager Member Services, Leading Age Services Australia
Brendan has worked in a variety of roles in both government and non-government human service sectors, aged care, health and disability industries, research, policy and program delivery, project management, business development, advocacy and campaigns, and consulting. He has 10 years’ senior management experience and holds a Masters of Business Administration (MBA), Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Advanced Diploma in Management and a Diploma of Education. Brendan is a Director of the Aged Care Industry IT Council