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FREE TRAINING: Better Care Better ACFI

Posted 18 October 2018

The VHA and the PSRAC Leadership Committee is running five free Better Care Better ACFI training workshops for the public sector residential aged care workforce.

Training is designed for nurse managers, educators and other nursing staff, accountable for resident assessment, care planning and ACFI coordination. These workshops will show how new evidence based clinical assessment toolkit can help provide great care for residents and ensure ACFI claims are appropriate, accurate and matched to resident care needs.

The training will be facilitated by a practising physiotherapist and two lead trainers from Applied Aged Care Solutions who specialise in BCBA training.

The training sessions will be held at the following locations and dates:

  • Bendigo | 29-30 October
  • Ararat | 31-1 November
  • Melbourne Metro | 13-14 November
  • Melbourne Metro | 27-28 November
  • Tralalgon | 4-5 December

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