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Jobs and Skills for Regional SA – Engagement Opportunity

posted 23 Aug 2017, 00:56 by Gordon Kay   [ updated 23 Aug 2017, 00:59 ]
From Brett Mayne - Department Of State Development
Jobs and Skills For Regional SA

Dear stakeholder,

Project overview
The Department of State Development is undertaking a comprehensive engagement approach to better understand industry demand and individual needs in relation to skills, training and employment in non-metropolitan South Australia.

We will:
  • Build on local knowledge 
  • Consult, involve and collaborate with a broad range of local stakeholders 
  • Develop a Workforce Development Plan for each region 
The Department of State Development needs your help to better understand and respond to industry demand and individual need for skills and jobs in regional South Australia.

Major workshop – Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu
In order to develop tailored initiatives, which meet demand and deliver improved outcomes for individuals, employers and communities, we are conducting major workshops in regional locations.

With your help at these workshops, the region will prepare a Workforce Development Plan to identify short, medium and long-term goals and strategies. Your input will directly influence the development of these plans. In turn, these plans will drive the implementation of strategies for skills, training and employment initiatives in regional South Australia from January 2018.

Register for the major workshop now
Find out more about Jobs and Skills for Regional SA – Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu.

Have your say
If you live or work in regional SA we want to know more about the local challenges and opportunities in relation to skills, training and employment.

To provide your ideas, suggestions and feedback (by 13 September 2017):
Join our mailing list so we can keep you up-to-date of progress with Jobs & Skills for Regional SA and engagement opportunities in your local area.

Please have your say and encourage other stakeholders, job seekers and/or employers in your network to do the same. We want to hear new and different perspectives and involve local communities in developing tailored responses for jobs and skills in the Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu region.