FFTITC Nimble News 2nd August 2021


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SkillsWest Careers & Employment Expo 26-28 August 2021

This year’s expo is a big one – being run in conjunction with WorldSkills. Lots of career advice, trade demonstrations, training experts.



Scholarship opportunity: Manufacturing Skills Australia

Workers within the Manufacturing industries can apply for between $1,000 and $10,000 to develop their skills and knowledge through research, education and/or training. Application will be accepted between 1 July 2021 and 31 August 2021.



Funding available for business improvement – WA’s Local Capability Fund

WA Industry Link has announced three new Local Capability Fund (LCF) rounds worth $2 million to assist local businesses to increase their capability and competitiveness to secure contract opportunities.



A feel good and enlightening TED Talk “How every child can thrive by five”

"What if I was to tell you that a game of peek-a-boo could change the world?" asks seven-year-old Molly Wright, one of the youngest-ever TED speakers.



Australian Native Seed Sector Strategy

Have your say. This ten-year native seed and landscape restoration strategy is a coordinated approach to growing the sector. It aims to enable Australia to better manage restoration and rehabilitation of landscapes and support biodiversity.



Employing someone using a chainsaw?

Accredited chainsaw courses are compulsory for all forest industry workers who use chainsaws in their work. Courses are also available for non-forestry workers, such as farmers.



Why we need engineers who study ethics as much as maths

Interesting article from The Conversation. Engineers work in a vast range of fields that pose ethical concerns. The decisions engineers make, if not fully thought through, can have unintended consequences – including building failures and climate change.



Career Development Association of Australia (WA Branch) “Good Theory Good Practice” 11 September 2021

Learn more about public sector careers, micro credentials and blockchain, the Australian mining industry and 3D virtual reality experiences



6 rude emails you may be sending without realising.

How many emails do you get that annoy you? Are you a sender of rude emails? This article from SEEK Career Advice simply explains good email etiquette.



For our Kimberley Stakeholders - Kimberley Economic Forum 18/19 August 2021

This year’s theme ‘Looking North’ will see a host of high-profile speakers address current issues and examine the economic outlook and the industries that drive the Kimberley Region.



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