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We are starting the year off with some important research and need your feedback on Skilled Labour Shortages. If you are aware of any skill shortages or difficulties filling skilled job vacancies, please complete our short survey. Click here. If you don’t like surveys, please give us a call. We appreciate your assistance.
School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships:
Small business workshops:
ABARES Outlook 2020 conference:
My Fashion Incubator:
Workers in this field require unique skills to manufacture and distribute delicate products reliant on living organisms. If you'd like to be involved in defining the skills standards for this sector, please register your interest.
Webinar Circular Economy and Sustainability:
Are you interested in developing more sustainable business practices, but are unsure of how and when to start? Register now for the #BelmontBEC Circular Economy and Sustainability Live Webinar, only $20
Artisanal Foods qualifications:
Pet Care & Animal Training:
Work has commenced on a national review of the General Animal Studies, Companion Animal Services, Pet Grooming and Animal Control and Regulation qualifications and related units of competency. Perth information workshop is Wednesday 26 February 2020.
The Australian Government is responding to changing workforce needs by inviting stakeholders to provide their feedback in the review of the skilled migration occupation lists. Stakeholders have until 12 February 2020 to provide feedback.
Shearing Traineeship Level 2:
WA Farmers Boot Camp to Employment:
With all the recent developments in sustainable and renewable approaches to farming, there has been a big uptake in permaculture training in WA. Permaculture is a design approach based on the observations of natural systems. Its aim is a productive, sustainable system with minimum energy input, where the interaction of different elements including light, wind, warmth, water, nutrients and infrastructure.
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Food, Fibre and Timber Industries Training Council