At Regis, we provide our employees with the skills and knowledge they need to grow in their roles. Our aim is to empower, support and enable our people to unlock their true potential.

As a purpose-driven organisation, we invest in professional development programs to enable our employees to make a career out of doing what they love.

We offer a variety of opportunities and pathways which ensures we attract, retain and build on the passion and knowledge of our people. Whether team members are looking to fast track their career or want to improve skills in a specific area, our programs are available to equip our workforce with the knowledge they need to deliver the best care possible to our residents and clients.

What people development programs does Regis offer?


OWL stands for Onboarding, Welcoming, Learning. This program is designed for Assistants in Nursing (AIN)/Personal Care Assistants (PCA) who are interested in being trained to buddy up with new AINs/PCAs through their onboarding, welcoming and coaching them within the Home.


Boost is a three-day intensive program to equip new Enrolled Nurses and Registered Nurses with skills to support their role in the aged care sector.


Day 1: Quality systems and accreditation, clinical documentation, admission process, risk assessment, incident reporting, charting, care plan consultations, and family engagement.
Day 2: Clinical assessment, dietary communications, outbreak management, diabetes management, dementia care and wound management.
Day 3: Palliative care, leadership skills, effective communication, clinical care delegation, managing complaints and crisis management.


Our Advance program is designed to provide knowledge and skills to enable high performing Registered Nurses (RN) to step up to higher level clinical leadership roles, support their Homes by backfilling Clinical Care Manager (CCM) leave and generally gaining a more thorough understanding of the impact their work has on the overall governance of clinical care. This program is also valuable to Clinical Care Managers, Clinical Team Leaders (CTL) and Clinical Team Coordinators (CTC) who are new to Regis.


Day 1: Advanced Clinical Care (CCM Work Role, Oversight and schedule)
Day 2: Advanced Clinical Care (Incidents, Infection Control & Prevention, Wound, Palliative Care, Dementia Care Review and Oversight)
Day 3: Advanced Clinical Care (Quality, Compliance & Continuous Improvement, Audits, NQI & CI, Meetings, Clinical Requirements, Budgets, Staff Rosters including Leave, Resident Information and Funds)
Day 4: Business Skills for CCMs (Facilitated by SMEs from Recruitment, Funding & Documentation and Relationships Team – Covers Recruitment, retention, ACFI Appraisals, Estimates and the Regis Sales Process)
Day 5: Leadership Workshop and Graduation

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