Are you concerned about safe patient care at your workplace? NSWNA training can give you the skills and knowledge to change your workplace and address these concerns.
As part of our preparations for the 2010 public health system pay campaign, the NSWNA has surveyed our public health system members and you’ve told us that workloads, skills mix and safe patient care are just as important as any pay increase in these negotiations.
The Association is holding Branch Officials and Activist (BOAT) training sessions to empower delegates and active members to help change their workplace. We need to address concerns about inadequate staffing and skill mix and how this impacts on your ability to deliver safe patient care.
The workshops will give delegates and interested members the skills and knowledge to help improve your workloads and skill mix. You’ll learn how to be part of a team that helps deliver real changes to the public health system.
The two-day BOAT training workshops are being held in March for members who are interested in improving workloads and skill mix and being part of a team that helps deliver real changes to the public health system.
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