SkillsIQ have released for comment the final draft of the 2018 Industry Skills Forecasts for the following industry areas:
SkillsIQ is currently inviting Expressions of Interest for three Technical Advisory Committees (TACs) relating to projects being overseen by the Technicians
- Clinical Coding
- Cast Technology
- Hospital/Health Services Pharmacy Support.
For more details on these projects, or to register your interest in joining any of these TACs, please click here.
Applications for the WA Training Awards 2018 are now open.
For further information, please visit the website.
Complementary Health (closing date: Monday 12 February 2018)
Technicians Support Services (closing date: Friday 16 February 2018).
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker Industry Reference Committee (IRC) has responsibility for seven qualifications, packaged in the HLT Health Training Package. The IRC has identified the need to review the qualifications that cater to this sector and submit a Case for Change to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee in the current review period.
Feedback on this paper should be provided
Should you have any queries or to provide your feedback, please contact:
Skills Engagement Executive
or by telephone at (02) 9392 8100
The Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries (DLGSC) has announced a review of the Local
Further information is available here.
These are the following locations and dates for consultation sessions in the regions.
- GERALDTON – 13 October 2017 – Geraldton TAFE Campus
- PORT HEDLAND – 25 October 2017 – Pundulmurra Campus
- MERREDIN – 3 November 2017 – Merredin Regional Community and Leisure Centre
- ALBANY – 8 November 2017 – Albany TAFE Campus
- BROOME – 13 November 2017 – Broome TAFE Campus
- KALGOORLIE – 24 November 2017 – Kalgoorlie TAFE Campus
- BUNBURY – 27 November 2017 – Bunbury ECU Campus
Registrations are now open and can be found at this website: http://www.stb.wa.gov.au/events
Scholarships of up to $3 000 are available for women who are planning to take up training in non-traditional industries where women currently make up less than 25% of the total workforce.
Scholarships can help with the costs associated with training, including:
- student fees;
- learning resources, and tools and equipment;
- mentoring and coaching;
- accommodation and transport; and
- childcare fees.
There are more than 240 qualifications to choose from, starting at Certificate II level. View the list of qualifications for the 2018 program [PDF 137KB]. If you would like to start a career or upskill, register your interest for the 2018 scholarship program.
The State Government, through the State
Stakeholders are invited to one of the consultation sessions being held at the Mercure Hotel Perth:
|Session 1||Friday 18 August 2017||10:30 a.m.||11:00 – 2:00 p.m. (Lunch provided)|
|Session 2||Monday 21 August 2017||8:30 a.m.||9:00 – 11:00 a.m. (Morning tea provided)|
|Session 3||Monday 21 August 2017||12:30 p.m.||1:00 – 3:00 p.m. (Afternoon tea provided)|
To register for any of the sessions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 11 August 2017 with your preferred session, your name, company name and contact details.
A consultation paper is currently being drafted and will be circulated shortly.
The State Training Board today launched their new website.
Please find their new website here