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FFTITC Nimble News 12th April 2021

Final Chance to Have Your Say!

Thanks to all who have responded to our request for information to inform the WA government but we’d still like a bit more!!

So, if you have not filled out our survey, please do so and tell us about the workforce and skill needs of your industry.

If you’d rather talk to a human, please give us a call. We love to talk to people. Give the team a call on 9361 2800.


Other Nimble News Stories:

Calling all cabinet & furniture making, upholstery, wood machining businesses.

FFTITC/IBSA and TAFE are having a get together on Friday 16 April, 2021 to discuss and review proposed changes to qualifications.

Search for excellence is on in WA’s training sector

Applications are now open for this year’s WA Training Awards, which recognise the outstanding achievements of apprentices, trainees, employers and training organisations.

Wanted: Heavy Diesel lecturers for Ag Machinery apprenticeship.

Central Regional TAFE is on the lookout for lecturers in heavy diesel to work in the upcoming Specialist Centre for Agricultural Mechanisation out at Muresk Institute. The new $7.5m centre will provide apprentices with an opportunity to learn on state of the art agricultural machinery.

Great Service from Beyond Blue – Mental Health support for small business owners.

NewAccess for Small Business Owners is a free and confidential mental health program, developed by Beyond Blue to give small business owners the support they need.

2021 Turf Seminar

The Sports Turf Association (WA) and the Turf Growers Association of WA are proud to present the WA Turf Seminar 2021. 5th May 2021, Beckenham.

Handy Info from CCIWA – Casual Worker Changes

WA businesses have been urged to re-examine their workplace contracts after changes to the Fair Work Act came into effect on March 27 redefining the rules around casual work.

Date Saver: NCVER No Frills On-line Conference 7-9 July 2021

The theme is Past informing the future. How has the VET landscape changed in 30 years? Who should attend? RTOs, Industry Bodies, Employer groups to name a few.

The National Industry Insights Report Top 5 generic skills Identified by industry.

And they are…..Adaptability; Collaboration skills; Analytical skills, Digital skills, Industry and occupation skills.

Free Governance training for growers and their local community groups.

CBH and Grower Group Alliance are offering free Governance, online, face to face and also via podcast.

PD Opportunity for people in the Kitchen and Bathroom sector

Redman Training and Development is delivering an online workshop “Improving the Customer Experience” specifically for the kitchen and bathroom sector on 19 April 2021

Is your business cyber secure?

There’s a new Cyber Security Assessment Tool to check how cyber secure your business is and what you can do to make it more cyber secure

We hope that this has been of some assistance.

Food, Fibre and Timber Industries Training Council

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