Our Reports & Submissions
As a not-for-profit incorporated body, the primary purpose of the Food, Fibre and Timber Industries Training Council is to provide advice to Government on behalf of industry, and ensure all nationally recognised training programs and packages reflect the current and future needs within the industries. We also ensure that the quality of this training remains at the highest level and advocate the benefits of participating in and supporting training.
We provide independent information to Industry, Registered Training Organisations and relevant Government agencies on training and skills recognition arrangements, as well as actively promote training initiatives such as School Based Apprenticeship programs. A key role is to assist in the development, review and implementation process of the National Training Packages for our industries.
Below is a list of all reports & submissions:
Food, Fibre & Timber Industries Training Council Reports & Submissions
2016/2017 Reports & Submissions
'Making Apprenticeships Better' Report Published: February 2017
Skills Need Analysis: Beyond traditional apprenticeship training Published: July 2016
2014/2015 Reports & Submissions
Thin Markets Research Project Report - Full Report Published: July 2015
Thin Markets Research Project Report - Executive Summary Published: July 2015
Training Packages and accredited courses - FFTITC Feedback Submitted: February 2015
Industry Engagement in Training Package Development Submitted: December 2014
Youth Pilot Programs - FFTITC Feedback Submitted: November 2014
Establishment of Industry Skills Fund Submitted: October 2014
Senate Review TAFE sector Submitted: February 2014
Industry Workforce Development Plans
The Food, Fibre & Timber Industries Training Council no longer provides an Industry Workforce Development Plan for the WA Government
Reports & Submissions Archive
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