Organisations can use these resources to implement Let’s get real: Disability in their workforce systems, processes and planning.
This resource supports organisations to ensure their human resources systems and processes align with Let’s get real: Disability and to incorporate stakeholder engagement in this process. View the Human resources tool in the resource centre.
The Workforce planning tool and Service planning tool guide you through a four-stage process of analysing, planning, implementing and reviewing your workforce needs, to align your workforce to Let’s get real: Disability. The four stage process is:
Each tool has a set of templates.
Use this resource to assess your skills, or your team members' skills, against the seven Real Skills. View the Assessment tool in the resource centre.
Real Skills provides a free and easy way to gather, access and review information on your workforce’s knowledge and skills in Let's get real: Disability and other sector frameworks. This information can help identify particular areas that might need development in order to provide best practice care for people accessing services. Find out how to sign your organisation up to Real Skills.
This resource describes the essential attitudes, values, knowledge and skills required to work in disability. It sets out the seven Real Skills and a number of performance indicators for each skill. It is a good starting point if you are new to Let’s get real: Disability. View A framework in the resource centre. This is also available in an easy read format.
This resource provides an overview for leaders and managers and describes the tools available for implementing the framework. View Guide for leaders and managers in the resource centre – see the downloads under the Let’s get real: Disability framework.
These resources look at the roles of coaching, change management and project management in the context of Let's get real: Disability. View the coaching guide, change mangement guide, or project management guide in the resource centre.