You will need to provide a formal written report to the TIS program funder, the Australian Government Department of Health (DoH). The Department has provided a new reporting template which is also available for download from this page. Teams should note that contrary to the current Standard Grant Agreement, which has six and 12 month progress reporting, each progress report for TIS funded teams, will now cover a six month period.
TIS RTCG six month performance report template
Performance reporting presentation with Penney Upton – December 2020 (narrated slides)
In addition to the general tips for performance reporting below, please listen to this short presentation (20 minutes) which concerns completion of the performance report. Please note: The presentation will start playing automatically when opened.
Performance reporting presentation with Penney Upton – December 2020 (PDF with notes)
This is the PDF version of the performance reporting presentation with notes.
Performance reporting FAQs – December 2020
This document provides general advice and answers frequently asked questions about the indicators for performance reporting.
The following two files are extracts from Penney Upton’s presentation for the last reporting period. The advice offered is still relevant for the current performance reporting period, however, please note that the reporting deadlines mentioned in the first presentation are no longer current. Click on ‘play slide show’ to get the narrated versions of these slides.
The performance report is your opportunity to show the difference your program is making in the communities across your region. As there is a limited number of words, you need to make them count. The NBPU has developed a number of tips for presenting the progress you are making, which should be read along with the guidance document and good practice example:
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