A Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) is a summary of key areas prioritised for improvement which have been identified through a self-assessment process against the National Quality Standard and the Education and Care Services National Regulations.

A quick reminder for our IPSU Services to take their QIP document out and revisit their priorities they want to improve on.

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QCOSS: Queensland Council of Social Service

QCOSS IPSU: Indigenous Professional Support Unit: Quality Improvement Plans

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People should be aware that this video may contain images or names of people who have since passed away.

Hey it's Natasha from QCOSS IPSU and today we're gonna have a yarn about the importance of updating your QIP and making it a living document.

So when reviewing your QIP it's very important to revise the plan. The quality improvement plan is designed to be an evolving and living document.

It is recommended, as a service, you incorporate a collaborative approach involving, where possible, children, families, educators, all staff members, management, elders, and all other stakeholders such as community representatives and agencies involved in your service.

Identify your service's strengths, be proud of your deadly work and identify practices that can or should improve.

So, come on guys get your QIPs out of the filing cabinets. The QIPs give us the opportunity to stop, reflect, and rethink what we do and why we do it.

And don't forget IPSU is only a call away, we'll talk to you soon.

1800 110 869: Call us now.

QCOSS Indigenous Professional Support Unit is an initiative of the Australian Government 2015.

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