Training and Workforce Development

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Workplace Essentials website

The Workplace essentials website provides small and medium businesses with a ‘one-stop’ gateway to find useful information, templates, links and resources that can help them to better plan, attract, develop and retain a skilled workforce.

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Skilling WA Progress Report

This report highlights key achievements in the implementation of Skilling WA – A workforce development plan for Western Australia for the six months to March 2013 and reflects contributions made by government agencies, training councils and industry peak bodies in support of Skilling WA’s five strategic goals.

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The National Workforce Planning and Development Report

The National Regional Workforce Planning and Development Report examines current workforce planning and development practice in all Australian States and jurisdictions.

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Migration Portal

The Western Australian Migration portal, www.migration.wa.gov.au, was launched on 6 July 2011.The portal is a single web-based point of entry for accurate and current information on skilled migration.

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Muresk Institute

Muresk Institute is revitalising training, higher education and research opportunities in the Wheatbelt region.

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State Priority Occupation List

August 2013
As part of the Western Australian workforce development plan, the State priority occupation list has been released. This list shows jobs that are considered critical to the State and/or have demonstrated significant unmet demand.

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Industry Profiles

Western Australia's industries continue to be a major contributor to the national economy.

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Skilled Migration Strategy

Western Australian skilled migration strategy released Wednesday 23 March 2011.

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Training Matters

November 2013
Find out all the latest news and developments in Western Australia's vocational education and training sector in Training Matters.

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Future Skills WA

Future Skills WA is a major change to the way training is funded and delivered in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) system. Under Future Skills WA eligible students will be guaranteed a place in a range of priority training programs. Future Skills WA will commence on 1 January 2014.

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Independent Review of the Vocational Education and Training Sector in Western Australia

The Minister for Training and Workforce Development has initiated a review of Western Australia’s vocational educational and training sector. More information on the review can be found here.

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Have your say in the revision of Skilling WA

The Department has released a suite of discussion papers for industry, community and public comment.

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