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Harnessing technology to create change: the Queensland government's eLearning story

“The Public Service Commission has taken a leadership role across the Queensland public sector to ensure all agencies remain committed to building workplace cultures where everyone feels safe and respected,” Sandra Lerch, Executive Director, Strategic Workforce Futures, Public Service Commission.

More than 85,000 Queensland government employees have now taken part in Challenge DV’s market-leading workplace eLearning. It's testament to the government’s commitment to ensuring its workforce can Recognise, Respond, and Refer to the signs of domestic and family violence within their workplaces and communities.

It also highlights the government’s commitment to harnessing cutting-edge technology, delivered by Go1, a Queensland edutech unicorn, to connect even more Queenslanders to the goal of ending domestic and family violence.

Watch the full story below:


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