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.
Invitation to participate in the Bunbury-Wellington Employer Survey 2020
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The Department of Training and Workforce Development (DTWD) is conducting a labour market analysis of the Bunbury-Wellington sub-region (including the local government areas of Bunbury, Capel, Collie, Dardanup, Donnybrook-Balingup and Harvey) of the South West.
Stakeholders in the region are invited to participate in an online survey, which seeks your feedback on the skill and training needs of your workforce during the post COVID-19 recovery period, and any broader training and skill development opportunities.
The survey should take less than 15 minutes to complete and can be accessed here. The survey will remain open until Friday, 6 November 2020.
Individual responses will not be identifiable in any report, however, you may choose to remain anonymous.
If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Gordon Duffy, Manager Workforce and VET Planning, Department of Training and Workforce Development at RWD@dtwd.wa.gov.au
FutureNow is the Western Australian Skills Advisory Body for the Creative, Technology & Leisure sectors.
FutureNow's span includes all aspects of Arts and Culture as well as Tourism, Hospitality and Events, Technology, Screen and Media, Print & Graphic Arts and Sport, Recreation and Racing. FutureNow works with employers, workers, self employed people, the education and training sector, government and the community to achieve relevant and meaningful skills outcomes.
Purpose To be the independent body that provides industry informed advice to influence skills development strategies across the Creative, Technology and Leisure sectors. Vision Western Australia is well prepared with the new order skills required by the evolving economy and changing society. Objectives Provide leadership and strategic advice about skills, workforce and industry development in WA. Work with industry to anticipate and facilitate the shifting workplace and skills needs of the creative, technology and leisure sectors. Provide leadership about education and training mechanisms of skills development in WA through knowledge of material issues and work with education and training providers. Advise on education and training policy matters related to changing work typologies.
We invite you to contribute to this work by joining one of our industry advisory networks.
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.