Actions to achieving Workforce Intelligence Outcomes
DATA: A workforce database informs sector planning
Develop overarching, whole of sector, data sharing and access protocols, through building on existing documents and in consultation and engagement with sector stakeholders.
Identify a key set of data requirements to be captured, and identify incentives for NGOs and PHOs to supply this data.
Advice is available about what workforce data is required and why it is important.
Build a centralised and accessible repository of other relevant workforce data, research and other information sources to draw upon, e.g., Statistics NZ, MBIE, training organisations, health associations etc.
ROLE CLARITY: A database of Kaiāwhina roles informs sector planning
Relevant categories of ANZSCO codes are identified and the reasons why they might be useful for different contexts and purposes.
Advice is available about how to use the ANZSCO codes and levels.
Advocate to Statistics New Zealand for changes to the ANZSCO codes and levels.
Advice is available about the role and contribution of providers to strategic workforce planning.
PLANNING: Consumer demographic and workforce information is available to support service delivery decisions
Based on consumer needs and demographics, develop and test alternative scenarios of health and disability service expectations and service delivery models.
Identify workforce requirements to meet health and disability service expectations, service delivery models and consumer needs, and the anticipated demand generated by these.
Model future workforce capability and capacity under a range of scenarios, and identify workforce gaps, including consequential training requirements.
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