Webinars for the aged care sector

We host webinars on various topics relevant to the aged care sector. See what's coming up or watch past webinars.

Upcoming webinars

 

  • Improving aged care homes through design

    This webinar will support the aged care sector to understand how to adopt the new National Aged Care Design Principles and Guidelines. You will hear how the principles and guidelines can improve aged care design and benefit those living and working there.

Previous webinars

 

  • Digital Transformation Tech Talk – 10 July 2024

    This Tech Talk we share updates from our digital transformation program, with information about our July release and the Aged Care Data and Digital Strategy.
  • Aged care financial reporting webinar – July 2024

    This webinar supports aged care providers with their regulatory reporting requirements. It highlighted some key changes to upcoming Quarterly Financial Report and the Aged Care Financial Report 2023–24 data collections.
  • Delivering high quality, person-centred palliative care in aged care

    This webinar was for anyone who works in aged care. Leading palliative care experts talked about education and training opportunities that will help you to deliver high-quality, person-centred palliative care.
  • Vaccinations and outbreak preparedness

    Residential aged care providers must minimise infection-related risks. This means preparing for and managing infectious disease outbreaks and providing access to timely vaccinations. This webinar will help providers and workers prepare for and manage outbreaks and organise vaccination clinics.
  • Digital Transformation Tech Talk – 21 May 2024

    In this webinar we looked at the Digital Transformation Program milestones, including recent updates to the Business to Government (B2G) Gateway, as well as presentations about data standardisation for the aged care sector and the ELDAC project.
  • Translating and interpreting services for aged care

    This webinar was about the free translating and interpreting services available to the aged care sector to help providers communicate with older people in different languages.
  • Quarterly Financial Report – Publication of finance information onto My Aged Care

    This Quarterly Financial Report (QFR) webinar provided information about Quarter 3 reporting including tips for accurate reporting. The publication of provider finances and operations information on My Aged Care was also discussed.
  • Digital Transformation Tech Talk – 9 April 2024

    The second Tech Talk webinar for 2024 covered updates on upcoming activity on the Business to Government (B2G) Developer Portal, the Aged Care Taskforce Final Report, and the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard.
  • Commonwealth Home Support Programme (CHSP) Community Transport Pricing Pilot update

    This webinar was for all CHSP transport providing providers to give an update on the CHSP Community Transport Pricing Pilot. The panel answered questions from the audience.
  • Aged care workforce planning and support programs

    This webinar provided information on aged care workforce planning and support programs available to assist providers. It included information on the Business and Workforce Advisory Service and the Remote and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Aged Care Service Development Assistance Panel.

How to watch a webinar

Each webinar will include details on how to watch it. 

  1. Find the webinar you want to watch and click on the title.
  2. Read how to launch the webinar. For upcoming webinars, this button will only appear 15 minutes before the webinar is scheduled to start.

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