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Extension of closing date for QFCC workforce survey 2020

A key input to the work of the Queensland Family and Child Commission (QFCC)’s work is regular surveys of the frontline service delivery workforce in the child protection and family support system. The findings of the 2019 survey are now available to access as a videosummary report and full report. The closing date for the 2020 survey has now been extended to COB Monday, 25th May. The 2020 survey can be accessed online and all workers who provide frontline services to children, young people and families are encouraged to have their say on how the system is working, including issues such as referral pathways, information sharing and collaboration, and where improvements need to be made.

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