KCEHK released its first STRATEGIC PLAN in April 2012.
The full version of the Strategic Plan will be available from mid May 2012.
KCEHK will be recognised for
• our interest and influence in the field of education for health workforce
• relevance to the remote and Indigenous environments,
• support. for the learning needs and learning participation of people in the workforce, and making it attractive and easy for them to participate in learning.
• innovation, collaboration and integration in learning and in the workplace
• facilitating experience, learning, and research in remote and Indigenous health
• advocacy for education as core business of the health service industry
• Promoting and facilitating Katherine region as an exciting and rewarding place to work in health.
KEY STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS
1. Build KCEHK into a well-resourced, well governed alliance of organisations and individual members capable of attaining our objectives;
2. Engage community, stakeholders, learners and workers, to be able to represent local needs and aspirations and advocate for outcomes which are relevant and achievable;
3. Involve Indigenous people and include Indigenous knowledge, so that activities are embedded in and relevant to local need;
4. Initiate, facilitate, advocate, or support specific programs or projects in education, research and workforce development, which are finite and accountable, to achieve tangible outcomes, and which will establish and enhance KCEHK's position of leadership and influence;
5. Build collaborations and networks with external organisations to facilitate our programs, enlarge our reputation and influence, and increase access to resources;
6. Communicate information to make our activities known to our members, stakeholders, and the wider community to promote and fulfil our objectives.