Nimble News 14th March 2022
Last Chance to have your say:
How can the WA Government best meet your industry’s need for skilled workers.
Each year the WA Department of Training and Workforce Development reviews the workforce skills and training needs of industry, with a view to informing priorities for future publicly funded training and migration arrangements. The FFTITC is funded to gather industry intelligence and formulate industry views.
To comment on sector/industry: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Industry2022
To comment on occupations: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Jobs2022
If you don’t like filling out surveys, please contact our office on 9361 2800.
We need your views.
$100 million Investment Attraction Fund launched to help drive Diversify WA strategy
New NCVER Report : VET as a re-engagement pathway for early school leavers
For VET providers: Survey “Supporting Students with Disability in VET”
Australian Disability Clearinghouse on Education and Training (ADCET) is conducting a survey to identify and review resources to build RTO capability to support students with a disability. Survey closes 21 March.
New minimum hourly wage guarantee for pieceworkers - Horticulture Award.
The Fair Work Commission has made a decision to include a minimum hourly wage guarantee and a requirement to record hours worked by pieceworkers into the Horticulture Award. These new provisions take effect from the first pay period that starts on or after 28 April 2022.
For Parents: Career Conversation Events
FIAL Food Safety Governance Course
Food safety, like workplace health and safety, is a business essential. This online course will help you to develop organisation-wide systems and an organisational culture that can recognise, evaluate, and prevent or mitigate food safety risk.
2022 State Natural Resource Management funding round open
For teachers: ForestLearning | School and Industry Champion Toolkit
For businesses: WorkSafe WA resources – new WHS laws
Muresk Institute Short Course: Livestock Handling Skill Set
12-14 April & 20-22 April 2022. Participants will gain the knowledge to handle livestock and comply with industry animal welfare requirements. This course is free for youth, jobseekers and concession holders
Something a bit different - For teachers – STARportal - a STEM portal of resources and activities
We hope that this has been of some assistance. Food, Fibre and Timber Industries Training Council