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Learning and development

The Commission values the talents and contributions of its staff members, and recognises the importance of building expertise and capability within the organisation.

Learning and development needs and opportunities are mainly identified through the performance development scheme. The Commission promotes learning and development by delivering regular continuing professional development sessions and by providing access to online learning platforms to all staff members.

During 2019–20, the Commission’s study support and training arrangements ensured the ongoing development of staff members’ skills and capabilities. Eleven staff members accessed study support assistance to study a range of tertiary courses. These included Master of Public Health, Graduate Certificate in Health Service Management and Executive Master of Public Administration. Twenty-eight staff members completed external training courses, and internal training was provided to staff on managing underperformance, privacy and security.