Annual Report 2000/2001 Territory Housing
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Management of Human Resources Territory Housing recognises the importance o f investing in the skills and knowledge o f staff. Commitment is made for continuous training and development fo r staff to achieve the skills and competencies required to support Territory Housing outcomes. In 2000-2001, $ 133,000 o r 2.3% o f salaries was spent towards the training and development o f staff. A new staff induction and orientation package was implemented in 2000-2001, including a Territory Housing overview, public sector induction, client services and service procedures. Training and study as a proportion of salaries 2.4% 0.9% 0.9% 11 2.3% f # / financial year Training by type Territory Housing continued to manage performance though Personal Development Plans (PDPs). PDPs are linked to the organisations business strategies. In 2000-2001, 96 Territory Housing staff attended PDP training. Cross cultural training remains compulsory fo r all Territory Housing employees, with 18 staff attending in 2000-2001. 36 staff members attended management specific training and a further 19 and 34 attended supervisory and organisational development programs respectively. I staff member was supported to attend the Public Sector Management Course, aimed at middle management levels. 100 r 75 a so E Z 25 i l V 7 7 / / / 'O J ? J ^ s<j f Training by type 2 staff members successfully participated in the Northern Territory Government Executive Development Program, continuing on to achieve Masters o f International Management.