Workforce Development (WFD)
Workforce Development (WFD):
- is a multi-faceted, systemic approach to building the capacity and sustainability of the workforce
- offers a comprehensive way of thinking about and responding to the complex interplay of issues that affect the workforce
- moves the focus from individual workers to organisations and systems.
This section of the website contains a wide range of resources designed to assist users to:
- understand more about WFD in general
- identify specific AOD-related WFD issues
- locate practical WFD resources and tools
- translate research findings into practice
- implement evidence-based best practice.
If you are aware of new or innovative WFD strategies and developments, please contact us so they may be considered for inclusion in this website.
NCETA has been promoting WFD principles and practices for some years, and has developed considerable expertise in the area. A WFD approach is now increasingly incorporated into policies and programs nationally and internationally.
Authors: Roche, Ann M. Skinner, Natalie
Authors: Roche, A., McEntee, A., Kostadinov, V., Hodge, S., Chapman, J.
‘Very demanding. Extremely rewarding’: Exploring the co-occurrence of burnout and engagement in alcohol and other drug workers
Authors: Skinner, N., Roche, A.M.
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