Nimble News 25 January 2023
Industry Workforce and Skill Needs Consultation
Is there a shortage of workers in your industry?
Is there a shortage of skilled workers?
We need your advice on the current workforce and skill needs of industry.
The information you provide will help identify skill shortages, employment and training issues as well as inform the WA government on what trends and developments are occurring at an industry level.
Your information will also help develop a State Priority Occupation List which influences the setting of course fees (if an occupation is critical, it could mean zero or lower fees); as well as identifying occupations for WA migration visas.
There are serveral ways you can help:
Attend an industry specific online discussion taking place in February. View our recent blog to find dates and register.
Send us your thoughts, any time, via our homepage.
Call us for a chat:
Tamara 0421 483 499 (furnishing, forest and products, textiles, clothing and footwear)
Diane 0419 292 404 (food and beverage, horticulture, rural production, conservation and land management)
Kay 0408 901 046 (animal care and management, seafood and aquaculture)
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We hope that this has been of some assistance. Food, Fibre and Timber Industries Training Council.