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Who are the people and the community sector organisations that work with Tasmanians with alcohol and other drug problems?
The purpose of the ATDC Workforce Survey is to build a profile of the people who, and organisations that, work in the Tasmanian community sector delivering alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) services and programs.
This is the fifth round of surveys, with this work being conducted every two years since 2010. Across a 10 year period these surveys have provided an evolving picture and identified workforce trends, requirements and training needs. The learnings from these surveys underpins the ATDC’s core peak body function to provide leadership and representation for the Tasmanian ATOD sector.
The ATDC Workforce Survey is comprised of two surveys, one examining the workforce and the other, the organisational perspective.
Distributed to the ATDC’s membership, the results of the 2018 Survey capture the majority of Tasmanian community sector organisations delivering ATOD services and programs with 16 responses to the organisational survey, and 152 responses to the workforce survey.