Nimble News 16th August 2021
Skills Summit Strategies to Skill WA
The McGowan Government is taking swift action to progress strategies identified in partnership with Western Australian industry leaders at a recent Skills Summit, announcing more priority initiatives to attract and retain skilled workers in WA
Handy Flow Chart - AATIS Employing an Australian Apprentice
Handy website for Schools and Career Practitioners
Are a teacher or career practitioner who supports secondary students with their career choices? There is a a NEW page of information and resources available for you to use on the Jobs and Skills WA website
For those of you who like data – Australian Labour Market Update - July 2021
We know it’s a tight labour market! This document “Are you looking for a job” produced by the National Skills Commission is intended to inform recent migrants, people interested in working in Australia. It has some interesting statistics.
For Businesses – Lots of templates and guidelines to help write your Business Plan, Marketing Plan, Emergency Management Plan.
For School leavers and Parents of School Leavers – “Guide to education, training and work in 2021”
Building Horticulture Business Capacity
This program provides high quality, tailored business training to individual vegetable and apple enterprises. Participants learn skills in business analysis and data collection and receive expert advice and an examination of farm management practises to improve the overall viability of their business.
For teachers– Worksafe SmartMove
WorkSafe SmartMove is a Work Health and Safety (WHS*) online educational program for senior high school students, young workers entering the workforce on work placement, work experience, or as school-based trainee/apprentice, and new workers entering the workforce for the first time.
National Skills Week 23rd – 29th August 2021
For RTOs – VET Development Centre, PD for the VET Workforce
Skills Impact Update – August 2021
This report provides an update on the progress of various projects and activities to support Industry Reference Committees (IRCs) assigned to Skills Impact. This update is for key stakeholders with a deeper level of interest in their work and projects.
We hope that this has been of some assistance.