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State Priority Occupation List - Summary of outcomes

A big thank you to all those who contributed to our Priority Occupations Survey and Industry Advisory Group discussions earlier this year. The State Priority Occupation List 2019 has now been released by the Department of Training and Workforce Development. The State Priority Occupation List (SPOL) is a list of occupations rated according to their priority status for the State. Its main use is to help guide the annual purchasing of around $460 million of publicly-funded training in Western Australia, and in particular which qualifications receive additional subsidies via the Priority Industry Qualification List. The list also helps inform the: State Training Plan; Western Australian Skilled

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) You are invited to a free forum for all Food, Fibre and Timber Industry stakeholders. Skilling: Looking Forward Hear a panel of leaders discuss the future of training and contribute your thoughts: Anne Driscoll, Director General,

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In this edition: WA Training Awards Finalists. Workplace Planning Skills Impacts Projects

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