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Workshop No 4 B: Ensuring strong parliaments – Support through effective staff development and Workshop No 4 B: Ensuring strong parliaments – Support through effective staff development and training

Summary of Survey Results • Survey of ANZACATT members • Survey content – Career Summary of Survey Results • Survey of ANZACATT members • Survey content – Career Planning – Training Development – Mode of Program Delivery – Looking Ahead

Career Planning • Q - How does your organisation promote the individual growth and Career Planning • Q - How does your organisation promote the individual growth and development of its staff – Performance management system – Professional Development Policies – Training Matrix – Undertake training needs analysis

Career Planning con’t • Q - What type of support is being provided to Career Planning con’t • Q - What type of support is being provided to enable staff to engage in training and development – Financial support and time off – Rotational and acting opportunities – Mentoring – Promotion of a culture encouraging training – Performance management and review – Advice from Human Resource staff

Training and Development • Q - Do you currently offer in-house training programs – Training and Development • Q - Do you currently offer in-house training programs – 75% yes – What type of in-house programs are on offer • • • Staffing – General Staff – IT Management Leadership Parliamentary Procedure and Practice Parliamentary Committees Outside Staff – MP staff

Training and Development cont’d • Q - Are your in-house training programs documented – Training and Development cont’d • Q - Are your in-house training programs documented – 58% yes • Content of documented in-house training programs – Methodology – Materials

Training and Development cont’d • Q - Are there any in-house training programs on Training and Development cont’d • Q - Are there any in-house training programs on offer that are documented and could be used as a template by other jurisdictions – 33% yes • Examples include – – – Briefings on Parliamentary issues Inside Committee sessions Being professional in the Parliamentary Service Leader Development Program Buddy system used with new staff for induction Parliamentary Executive Professional Upgrade (not yet documented but could be )

Mode of Delivery • Mode of Delivery for in-house training – On the job Mode of Delivery • Mode of Delivery for in-house training – On the job training – 83% – Induction/Orientation – 75% – Understudy/ mentoring – 75% – Formal training – 50% – Job rotation – 50% – Outside attachment – 50% – Other

Mode of Delivery cont’d • Q - Do staff assisting with in-house training have Mode of Delivery cont’d • Q - Do staff assisting with in-house training have formal qualifications – 33% yes * • Types of qualifications – Train the trainer – Formal qualification – Degree – Teaching qualification – Experience

Mode of Delivery cont’d • Q - Do you evaluate/ review the effectiveness of Mode of Delivery cont’d • Q - Do you evaluate/ review the effectiveness of in-house training programs – 50% yes • How is this achieved ? – Questionnaire and feedback – Assessed at performance review interview – Development plan assessment

Looking Ahead • Any perceived gaps in current training needs – 83% yes • Looking Ahead • Any perceived gaps in current training needs – 83% yes • Training needs specifically required – Management – IT training – Succession planning – Parliamentary procedure & practice – Committee procedure

Looking Ahead • Q – What key aspects of staff training should be addressed Looking Ahead • Q – What key aspects of staff training should be addressed to maintain a strong parliament – – – – Parliamentary procedure and practice Ageing workforce, staff retention Loss/ retention of corporate knowledge IT applications Project and Human Resource management Place and role of parliament in society Leadership and management skills

Conclusions • The benefits to accrue to both staff and the parliament through staff Conclusions • The benefits to accrue to both staff and the parliament through staff development is well recognised • In-house training programs are an integral component of staff development • Many of the in-house training programs address the specialist areas of work within the parliamentary environment