Workforce planning tool
About the tool
The Aged Care Workforce Industry Council’s Workforce Planning Tool is designed with, and for, people who work in the aged care sector.
The tool is relevant to both residential and in-home care providers, including Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) providers.
The tool is confidential, free, easy to use, and available online. It supports workforce activity planners to understand how to adopt proactive workforce planning practices.
The Workforce Planning Tool has been designed to be interactive. It creates opportunities for workforce activity planners to ‘play’ with workforce data and model future workforce scenarios. It will help to capture your organisation’s workforce insights and playback those insights in visual concepts, to help you understand the current state of your workforce and plan for future scenarios.
Unlike other workforce planning products, our tool is nuanced to the specific needs of the aged care sector. The tool will help you to establish a baseline understanding of your organisation’s workforce and lay a foundation for you to create a sustainable workforce plan.
The tool provides educational resources for activity planners to deepen their knowledge and understanding of workforce planning.
We have developed a range of resources to support you as you get to know the tool.
The user guide will support you as you work through the various stages of the Workforce Planning Tool.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Do you have a question about the tool? We have a suite of common questions and answers available on our FAQ page.
Lunch & Learn sessions
Join us online for a demonstration of the tool.
Workforce Activity Planners and those who will be using the tool are encouraged to join this session and ask questions. You’ll get support and guidance on how to enter your organisation’s workforce information into the tool.
Friday 17 June 2022 at 12pm AEST – registrations closed
Friday 1 July 2022 at 2pm AEST – registrations closed
Friday 15 July 2022 at 11.30am AEST – Register here
Friday 29 July 2022 at 1pm AEST – Register here
Friday 12 August 2022 at 1pm AEST – Register here