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Julie Price / Manager Workforce Partnership

The Health and Community Services Workforce Council (Workforce Council) is responsible for the delivery of the Professional Support Coordinator (PSC) program in Queensland. This program is funded by the Australian Government to deliver professional development and support to child care services across Queensland.  As part of this program the Workforce Council manages a Panel of Providers for subcontractors that we utilise regularly. The rigorous process for getting onto this panel involves an open tender process with selection criteria based on DEEWR requirements and subcontractor contracts and reports based on DEEWR template. Prospective providers are asked to document their area of expertise and the modes by which they can deliver professional development.

Michael’s submitted a strong application and we have used him extensively to deliver right across Queensland. Michael Pecic has been on our Panel of Providers since its inception 4 years ago to deliver Child Protection sessions to educators in long day care, family day care and outside school hours care.  In 2011 Michael successfully delivered twenty-eight Child Protection sessions for PSC which included both face to face and on-line utilising the Illuminate platform.

Workforce Council has always been very happy with Michael’s work as he is flexible in contract negotiation, receives very positive feedback from participants and is willing to travel where the need arises. In 2011 Michael travelled as far afield as Miles, Charleville, Hughenden, Julia Creek, Longreach and Weipa for the PSC program.  I would not hesitate to recommend Michael for his delivery of Child Protection professional development for the children’s service sector.

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