HUMAN CENTRED DESIGN (HCD) WORKSHOPS FOR REGIONAL PUBLIC SERVANTS
Are you passionate about improving regional services?
Want to drive in regional innovation in your agency?
The NSW Public Service Commission and the Department of Primary Industries' GATE Innovation Centre are providing free workshops on Human Centred Design (HCD) for regional public servants.
Why learn HCD? Because our communities expectations are changing and we have a responsibility to continue to improve the way that we design and deliver services to them. This means understanding our regional customers and designing better, simpler ways of meeting them. HCD provides you with the tools and a methodology to do just that.
Workshops starts on 27 July 2020 so be quick. To find our more and register go to: https://smartri.com.au/humancentreddesign/
Who is driving this change?
This program has been co- designed by the DPI and PSC. The DPI hosts the GATE a bespoke innovation unit embedded in the DPI. This unit specialises in driving innovation internally for DPI and also across the primary industries sector. Based in Orange the GATE, it will support other regional NSW agencies in expanding these skills to staff.
The PSC has the charter to advise the NSW Government on workforce strategy. The PSC has identified the need for skills development across the public sector in innovation and digital transformation. The PSC has sponsored this special regional HCD skills program and supports developing Community of Practice. For more about the PSC go to www.psc.nsw.gov.au