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FFTITC Nimble News 8th June 2021

Navigating the VET/Skills System!

· Do you want some advice about training or skills development?

· Not sure who to talk to about putting on an apprentice?

· Want to talk about the skills need of your business?

· Would like to talk about qualifications relevant to your industry?

The FFTITC Team have lots of knowledge about WA’s VET system – what training is available, who is the best person to talk to, how to access incentives etc. We would be more than happy to help you and point you in the right direction. Please give us a call on 9361 2800 or email us at:


Other Nimble News Stories:

Are you thinking about employing an Apprentice or Trainee?

Fairwork Australia has a very informative “Guide to taking on an apprentice”. Lots of helpful information and links on wages, entitlements.

Click here to Download the PDF

Migration or Building on Australian’ skills?

Interesting article from The Conversation about the importance of building on Australia’s Skills.

Migration is a quick fix for skills shortages. Building on Australians' skills is better

Review of the Animal Welfare Act

The McGowan Government generally accepts the findings of the Review and supports the recommendations aimed at supporting public confidence in the livestock sector and maintaining high ethical standards in the treatment of animals. Click here to download an an easy read summary.

AgMove will help with relocation for farm workers

If relocating to take up short-term harvest work in a harvest, regional or remote area, the Australian Government's will help pay your relocation costs: Up to $6000 for Australians and $2000 for temporary visa holders with general working rights.

Video: Why All Buildings Should Be Timber

Informative video about the sustainable use of timber.

For RTOs: Webinar – Designing Appropriate Assessment for AQF Levels

Are your assessments meeting the AQF level requirements for your learners?

VDC hosted webinar on 11th June 10.30am

2021 Perth Perception Survey

The Committee for Perth undertakes a survey every three years about residents’ perception of living and working in Perth. It’s interesting reading.

We hope that this has been of some assistance.

Food, Fibre and Timber Industries Training Council

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