Facilitating the continual improvement of workforce skills in the creative, leisure and technology sectors to drive economic growth & productivity, as well as enriching Western Australia's cultural and social landscape - now and into the future.
Skills for Recovery
FutureNow continues to gather industry information about the impact of Covid19 on the creative, leisure and technology industries as Western Australia more transitions into recovery. The performing and visual arts, cultural institutions, hospitality providers, tourism businesses, events companies, media and print companies, the screen sector, technology providers and sport across all codes and levels have adjusted their business models, and contributed to infection control protocols and training in order to fully or partly re-open. FutureNow is still interested to understand if there are skills and training responses needed to support this process. This includes the following information;
what is the ongoing effect of Covid19 on your workforce- this might include job losses, reduced hours for staff or increased demand.
what are the immediate skills needed to help with re-opening and ongoing restrictions?
what are the medium to long term skills needed to help with business or organisational recovery?
are there barriers to accessing the skills and support you require?
FutureNow's team are available to talk to you - please feel free to contact me or your industry development manager.
FutureNow is the Western Australian Training Council for the Creative, Leisure and Technology Industries.
The creative, leisure and technology industries are a collective of Arts and Culture; Tourism, Hospitality and Events, Information Communications Technology, Screen and Media, Print and Graphic Arts and Sport, Recreation and Racing.
FutureNow works with industry, the education and training sector, government and the community to achieve the best possible education and skills outcomes.
We invite you to contribute to this work by joining one of our industry advisory networks.
FutureNow also produces advice for employers, learners and government around current and emerging skills needs and future training requirements for the creative and leisure industries.
FutureNow's focus is Workforce Development
FutureNow acknowledges the Aboriginal peoples of Australia as traditional custodians of the lands and waters. It honours their wisdom, cultures, languages and communities and pays respect to the Elders past, present and emerging. We recognise the many contributions Aboriginal people make to our community, our businesses and to our learning.