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SkillsIQ release 2019 Future Skills Survey

Closes Thursday 31 January 2019.    SkillsIQ recently released their 2019 Future Skills Survey. The survey aims to understand workforce issues and skills needs across industries. Share your experience to help inform training of Australia’s future workforce...

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Rail Sector Skills Crisis – A Call To Action

In May 2018, the Australasian Railway Association engaged BIS Oxford Economics to undertake a workforce capability analysis for the rail industry. The study was based on planned and forecast growth in rail infrastructure and rolling stock in Australia and New Zealand...

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Preparing your business for the future

One of the most critical roles of the CEO of the future is to understand how their business is going to change and to proactively consider how they can upskill their workforce accordingly.Our business leaders are looking for other ways to fill the skills gap, such as...

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2018 Australian Training Awards Winners Announced

The Australian Training Awards are the peak national awards for the vocational education and training sector— recognising individuals, businesses and registered training organisations for their contribution to skilling Australia.The 2018 Australian Training Awards...

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Feedback invited to help shape Australian Jobs Report

Australian Jobs, one of the country’s foremost job publications, is currently under review to ensure it continues to match the needs and expectations of its readers.Australian Jobs provides an easy to read overview of trends in the Australian labour market. The report...

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Women on the Water scholarships awarded

More local women are being encouraged to get a foot in the door of the booming aquaculture and maritime industries in Tasmania. Seafood and Maritime Training (SMT) has awarded inaugural ‘Women on the Water’ scholarships to five young women who are keen to advance...

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