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The Food, Fibre and Timber Industries Training Council use Nimble News as an information service to our stakeholders. It’s a collection of news and information we get from our network. We hope you enjoy the content. We appreciate any feedback (good and bad) to help us improve Nimble News, so let us know your thoughts. Any feedback can be sent to us at suggestions@fftitc.com.au Inside this edition: (Please click on the individual post to access the information) For Private RTOs: 2020 Jobs and Skills WA Training Programs Tender is out now. Applications close 13 August, 2019. For further information, you need to register at Tenders WA. Regional Economic Development (RED) Grants Program –

Fresh Seafood Training

New and revised national qualifications and skills standards for fishing, aquaculture, processing and compliance were endorsed by the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) at their meeting on 5 June 2019. Job roles and industry practices have changed significantly in recent years. Industry can now access qualifications and skills standards that reflect these changes and incorporate the essential skills for managing biosecurity issues and threats, advancements in technologies, regulations and compliance. The new and revised qualifications and skills standards are published on the training.gov.au website, under the SFI Seafood Industry Training Package. For more information about the

FFTI Nimble News

The Food, Fibre and Timber Industries Training Council use Nimble News as an information service to our stakeholders. It’s a collection of news and information we get from our network. We hope you enjoy the content. We appreciate any feedback (good and bad) to help us improve Nimble News, so let us know your thoughts. Any feedback can be sent to us at suggestions@fftitc.com.au Inside this edition: (Please click on the individual post to access the information) Changes to the Australian Apprenticeship Incentives Program (1 July 2019) The Djarlma Plan (WA Forestry Industry Development Plan) was recently released by the Forestry industry and Forest Products Commission. The Plan provides a

New Australian Apprentice Wage Subsidy for REGIONAL employers.

There are only 1600 places available nationally from 1 July 2019, so quick action is very advisable. The Wage Subsidy pays 75% of 1st year apprentice wages; 50% of 2nd year wages and 25% of 3rd year wages. Standard Australian Government and State Employer incentives also apply. Apprenticeships/traineeships covered include: Cabinet makers Upholsterers Furniture Finishers Glaziers Floor Finishers (Flooring Technologist) Wood Machinist (Timber and Composite Machinists) Butcher/Smallgoods maker Arborist Baker/Pastrycook Landscape Gardener Shearer The employer must: Employ less than 20 (full-time equivalent) people; or Have not employed an apprentice/trainee in the last 3 years. An employer will

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