Nimble News 3 January 2024
Happy New Year, and welcome to the first Nimble News of 2024
January Skills Network Meetings.
Last chance to RSVP for our January Skills Network Meetings. These meetings will focus on collecting industry intel for the annual WA Jobs, Education and Training (WAJET) Survey. The meetings last approximately 1.5 hours and can be attended in person at our office in East Victoria Park, or online via MS Teams.
AgriHort Skills Network Meeting: Tues 9th Jan at 10am
Forestry Skills Network Meeting: Weds 10th Jan at 10am
Food & Drink Skills Network Meeting: Mon 15th Jan at 10am
Green Skills Network Meeting: Tues 16th Jan at 10am
Smart Manufacturing Network Meeting: Wed 17th Jan at 10am
Animal Care Skills Network Meeting: Fri 19th Jan at 10am
If you are interested in attending any of these meetings please RSVP here letting us know which meeting(s) you would like to attend.
Other Nimble News Stories:
New year, new career? Online resources for anyone considering a career in agriculture:
Have your say: apprenticeship in agriculture
Skills Insight, one of the national Jobs & Skills Councils, is seeking feedback via a short survey on the potential benefits of an apprenticeship in agriculture. An example qualification is also available for comment. Provide feedback by 28 Jan.
WA Forest Management Plan 2024 – 2033 comes into effect.
Skills Checkpoint for Older Workers Program
For businesses: Closing Loopholes: Fair Work Act changes
For businesses: guide to securing customer data.
Is Australia’s National Skills Passport the key to enabling a true skills-led workforce?
New report: VET student outcomes 2023
ABS data: Characteristics of Employment
Event: For Food’s Sake, 22-23 Feb, Murdoch
A thought-provoking summit looking at topical issues affecting Australia’s agrifood sector, and the technologies, research, trends and innovations that will shape the future of food in Australia and abroad.
Event: ABARES Outlook 2024 Conference, 5-6 March, Canberra
Join agribusiness innovators, economists, indigenous farming leaders and ag trade policy experts to explore this year’s theme ‘Shaping the Future: Opportunities, risks and resilience’. Online attendance available with a Digital Pass.
Event: NCVER Annual Conference 10-12 July 2024, Perth
We hope that this has been of some assistance.