Transcript of The Rostering Capability Framework Explained.

Effective rostering means ensuring we have the right people with the right skills in the right place at the right time. It enables you to ensure staff are allocated to match demand and to deliver safe and quality care.

Good rostering also provides appropriate management of staff fatigue and well-being and supports you building a positive workplace culture and maintaining productivity. Better still developing your roster and capability will mean you spend less time rostering and have more time to spend on the other parts of your role.

The rostering capability framework known as the RCF is now available to support you to build on your current rostering capability at a time and location that suits you, whether you're an experienced roster manager, just starting out, or want to learn more about rostering to help with your career progression.

There are great resources to support you as and when you need it. You can even use these resources to develop your own staff who are learning to roster. There are options for online learning, face-to-face workshops and webinars. Over time mentoring and online communities of practice will also be available to provide you with further practical advice and peer support.

The RCF forms a comprehensive customisable learning pathway for rostering across New South Wales. You can find us by selecting the rostering button on your local health district intranet or go directly to the rostering home page and don't forget additional resources are being added to the RCF all the time so check back regularly.

Current as at: Monday 18 November 2019