Nimble News 30 November 2022
Why we are here...
Our main job is to advise the WA government on the skill and workforce needs of our industries. If you have any skill or labour shortages; specific skill needs or any training issues we want to hear from you. Your information can influence policy development, migration and funding decisions.
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Other Nimble News Stories:
New website: Jobs and Skills Australia
Skills Agreement signed between the Australian and Western Australian Governments.
Have your say: Apprenticeships
Meeting of Federal and State and Territory Skills and Training Ministers
New Report: 2022 Skills Survey
For Employers: Reforms to industrial relations laws
For Small Businesses: Free training on wellbeing
Western Australians celebrated at Australian Training Awards 2022
International students to study at TAFE and boost regional workforce
New initiative to attract international students to live, work and study at regional TAFE colleges in Western Australia. $5,000 bursary for up to 200 students to train for skills shortage occupations.
For Businesses, Apprentices and Trainees: Foundation Skills for Your Future Program
DPIRD’s Carnarvon Research Station to become an agricultural training site
For Data Enthusiasts:
Feel good moment of the day
Congratulations to students at Christmas Island District High School for winning the Education Minister’s Innovation Challenge. They developed the INVISA-RED mobile phone red light filter, which fits any phone and enables the user to observe turtles without harming them. Watch the moment these young conservationists find out they’ve won!
We hope that this has been of some assistance. Food, Fibre and Timber Industries Training Council.