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Opportunities for Involvement

The Council is committed to working transparently with Aged Care providers, consumers, workers and Governments to implement A Matter of Care. Our collaboration is guided by our ACWIC Engagement Plan.

The Council will provide opportunities for consumers workers, providers and government to be involved in advancing elements of the strategic actions.

We understand the wealth of knowledge and expertise out there.

We hope that you will be willing to share this during our specific ‘call-outs’ for involvement.


The Council is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced bidder to design the future structure of the aged care workforce including job families and career pathways to inform what a modern workplace relations framework could look like for the aged care sector. The structure must reflect the delivery of quality care that meets community expectations.

The successful bidder must work collaboratively with other entities responsible for the development of the two corresponding projects.
The tender closes at 5pm, 6 September 2021.

Click here to read Addendum 1 – 18 August 2021

Click here to read Addendum 2 – 26 August 2021

Click here to read the Website Addendum Р2 September  2021


The Council is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced supplier to redevelop and redesign our website. The new website will be a centralised industry go-to destination for information, collaboration opportunities, and resources.
The tender closes on 3 September 2021

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Strategic Action 1: Social Change Campaign: Aged and Community Services Australia (ACSA) is leading the creation of a social change campaign project plan which focuses on shifting negative perceptions of aged care and is to be implemented over the next three years. As part of the research to inform what social change is required, the Council would welcome aged care providers sharing any of their previous, current or planned relevant workforce research and/or campaigns. Please send any input to contact@acwic.com.au