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Regional workforce development plans
Regional workforce development plans are part of the Skilling WA framework. They identify local workforce development challenges in regional areas and provide strategies to address them.
With the launch of the Mid West and Peel regional plans during 2015–16, plans have now been developed through local workforce development alliances in all nine regions of Western Australia. An additional workforce plan was prepared for Katanning, as outlined during the development of the Great Southern workforce development plan. Membership of each regional alliance includes representation from local business, industry groups, local governments (representing community aspirations), relevant government agencies and the local TAFE college. The alliances provide leadership and oversight for the development and implementation of the regional workforce development plans.
Regional workforce development plans are currently available for viewing or download. For further information on the regional workforce development plans for each region, please contact us by email via firstname.lastname@example.org.
View/download WA Regional workforce development plans
|Gascoyne workforce development plan 2015–2018||Executive summary||Full document|
|Goldfields–Esperance workforce development plan 2013–2016||Executive summary||Full document|
|Great Southern workforce development plan 2013–2016||Executive summary||Full document|
|Katanning workforce development plan 2015–2018||-||Full document|
|Kimberley workforce development plan 2014–2017||Executive summary||Full document|
|Mid West workforce development plan 2015–2018||Executive summary||Full document|
|Peel workforce development plan 2015–2018||Executive summary||Full document|
|Wheatbelt workforce development plan 2013–2016||Executive summary||Full document|
Page last updated December 15, 2016