The Commission is committed to supporting aged care providers with access to learning content anywhere and at any time. Aged care providers and workers can access learning content developed by the commission through our Aged Care Learning Information Solution – Alis.
Alis is our online learning platform with engaging content to help people working in the sector understand their obligations and provide safe, high-quality care.
Learners can access Alis from any PC, laptop, tablet or phone device with an internet connection.
Register for Alis
The Commission is trialling expanded free access to Alis. This means that from 1 July 2022 all employees of Commonwealth-funded aged care providers can access our learning content free of charge. Learning managers and administrators at an aged care service can sign up their staff and provide them with access to our content. Alternatively, workers can register themselves, but will need to link their account to their service provider.
Alis contains a wide range of learning content about providing safe, high quality aged care. Highlights include:
Welcome to Aged Care
A learning pathway supporting aged care staff to understand:
- the work of the Commission
- the obligations aged care staff and providers have in providing safe and quality care to older Australians, and
- the resources available to support their work.
Aged Care Quality Standards
A learning pathway supporting aged care providers and workers to:
- demonstrate performance against the Aged Care Quality Standards
- deliver safe and quality care and services
- demonstrate tangible positive outcomes for consumers.
Serious Incident Response Scheme (SIRS)
A learning pathway about incident management and reportable incident obligations. It supports providers and workers to:
- understand the SIRS
- recognise incidents that happen in aged care
- respond to incidents that happen in aged care
- provide consumer-centred care in incident management
- understand the obligation to notify the Commission of reportable incidents
This module supports providers and workers to:
- understand the importance of clinical governance in aged care
- understand the role of the governing body and other stakeholders
- recognise and apply effective clinical governance frameworks
- know how to detect issues and what resources are available.