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Inside this edition:

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State Priority Occupation List - Summary of outcomes:

Thank you to those who contributed to our research.

New Report: Risks and Rewards:

When is vocational education a good alternative to higher education?

Via Grattan Institute.

North Metro TAFE 2020 Course Guide:

Find out about all offerings for 2020 – Apprenticeships; Workplace Delivery; On Campus.

New documentary - Visible Farmer:

Episode 1 - BREAKING FREE / Debbie Dowden, cattle producer, Challa Station

New workplace safety laws:

Two new offences of industrial manslaughter introduced with a maximum penalty of 20 years' imprisonment for an individual conducting or undertaking a business.

First Aid Units under review:

The First Aid Industry Reference Committee is currently reviewing the First Aid Units of Competency. These units are used across many training packages.

For RTOs:

ASQA New guidance on third-party arrangements for delivery of training and assessment

Interested in New Technologies and Materials for Advanced Clothing Production and Garment Alteration?

You can be involved in the new Case for Change of the competency standards being developed by IBSA Manufacturing. Go to:

Industry Skills Forecasts for 2019:

For a range of manufacturing sectors, including TCF and Sustainability and others that might overlap with our sectors, have been produced by IBSA.

A national review of the Qualification and Units of Competence is being undertaken by Skills Impact for:

Agronomy Consultation Workshop In Perth:

To discuss the proposed national Diploma of Agronomy.

Feedback wanted for WA's new Work Health and Safety regulations:

Closes on Tuesday November 26, 2019

Emerging trends in textiles processing

Promoting your business on Social Media

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