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Panel of Providers

Tailored support from a Panel of Providers will be available to help defined entities comply with the Act.

What is the Panel of Providers?

To support organisations to meet their obligations under the Act, the Commission has set up a Panel of Providers to ensure specialist and technical advice is readily available and accessible to groups of entities subject to the Act, if needed. In 2021, the Commission will fund the panel to deliver a number of sector-wide workshops and training sessions. Defined entities are also able to independently engage the services of panellists, at their own cost.

Panellists provide services under the following categories:

  • workplace gender auditing
  • gender impact assessments
  • developing and implementing strategies to improve gender equality
  • evaluation
  • IT systems support
  • mediation and conciliation

The Public Sector Gender Equality Commissioner will be able to engage panellists appointed under the conciliation or mediation categories to assist with the dispute resolution function, if required.

Funded workshops available

The Equality Institute has been appointed to deliver gender impact assessment (GIA) training through the Panel of Providers. The Equality Institute will provide workshops for all defined entities on how to undertake a GIA between late April and late May. For more information on these workshops, please contact The Equality Institute at giatraining@equalityinstitute.org.

Register for the GIA workshops

GenderWorks Australia has been appointed to deliver workplace gender audit training. GenderWorks will provide this training between mid-April and late May for all defined entities. For more information on these workshops including registration, please contact GenderWorks at auditing@genderworks.com.au

Register for the workplace gender audit workshops

Please do not register for workshops unless you are a defined entity with obligations under the Act.

Panellists by service category

Reviewed 29 April 2021

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