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FFTI Nimble News 27 April 2020

COVID-19 site for students, parents and education providers: This site will help students, parents, and education providers, as well as job seekers and employers find the information they need to make informed decisions about managing risk associated with COVID-19.

Financial Incentives to Help Employers to Employ and Train: Handy website at Jobs and Skills WA with a list of incentives provided by the WA and Commonwealth Governments to help businesses with the cost of taking on a anew employee, apprentice or trainee.

Apprentice and Trainee Re-engagement Register: This allows apprentices and trainees who were in a training contract with a small business at March 1 to upload details such as qualifications, work experience and resumes

Jobs Hub: The Australian Government has established a website that lists organisations who are currently seeking employees.

$24.5 million support package for building and construction apprentices: Construction Training Fund announced a $24.5 million support package to assist the building and

New NCVER Report: VET for secondary school students: post-school employment and further training destinations

Best Practice for establishing online learning: Great resource from Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency - Getting started: best practice for establishing online learning

For Parents – Have your say: Australian Apprenticeships and Traineeships Information Service (AATIS) is conducting a survey of parents' attitudes towards Vocational Education and Training (VET) and future career pathways.

My fashion Incubator Migrant Small Business Training and Mentoring: TCF WA and the Belmont Business Enterprise centre is offering free mentoring and webinars. 20 places still available to receive free business support on a first come basis (Note: they must have been born overseas)

Free Workshop – Move your business online: This workshop has been provided by the Australian Small Business Advisory Services through the Business Station. The workshop is on 30 April 2020.

Something a bit different – A list of free, online, boredom-busting resources: Travel the world, visit museums and galleries, watch lots of cute animals through a range of virtual tours, and live webcams.

We hope that this has been of some assistance.

Food, Fibre and Timber Industries Training Council

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