Skills Impact, on behalf of the Racing and Breeding Industry Reference Committee, has reached the finalisation stage of the following project that is described in the Case for Endorsement for RGR Version 4.0:
Certificate II in Racing Industry & Certificate IV in Racing (Jockey)
FutureNow has been invited to provide final sign off of the training package case for endorsement. The feedback on the changes is to ensure that the training package meets the needs of industry in Western Australia; and can be implemented in the Western Australian VET sector.
The Case for Endorsement has been distributed for support and comment through the FutureNow Racing, Farriery and Equine Industry Advisory Network.
To access all documents for the RGR Training Package v4, please use link provided below.
RGR Racing and Breeding Training Package v4.0
SportWest, the independent peak industry body for sport in Western Australia is searching for dedicated and innovative team players to join them in two exciting, newly created opportunities of Communication and Events Manager and Administration Assistant.
Sport is ultimately about people, so both roles require someone who is a people person, is willing to work with others and appreciates that sport takes place all hours of the week and as such standard work hours are not always the norm.
Applications close at 12pm on Monday 10 May 2021.
Further details are available at:
Skills Service Organisation for the digital technologies industry, PwC Skills for Australia, have released two project proposals for comment. The projects centre around In-Demand Technologies, and ICT Refresher Training. The proposals are open for comment until 10th May, and FutureNow is gathering Western Australian stakeholder advice on behalf of the sector. If you would like to provide advice or comment, please get in touch with our Industry Development Manager for Digital Technologies, Ann-Marie Ryan, on 0412 033 038, or via email at email@example.com.
View and download materials:
Refresh Training in ICT
WA Premier Mark McGowan made several announcements on Friday 9th April which are likely to impact the events, performing arts, hotels and hospitality, and travel and tourism sectors.
100% Venue Capacity Reinstated:
From Saturday, 10th April, restrictions placed on the capacity of venues including stadiums, theatres, cinemas, and concert halls will be lifted, allowing these venues to again sell seating to full capacity. Capacity limits have severely impacted on the ability of performing arts companies and venues to mount productions, and the announcement is welcomed by the sector.
New Zealand classified as Very Low Risk:
From Monday, 19th April, New Zealand will join several Australian states as a Very Low Risk travel destination. This will allow Western Australians to travel to and from New Zealand without having to quarantine on return, as well as allow New Zealanders to holiday in WA. The announcement is anticipated to lead to heightened demand on travel advisers, and is welcomed by the tourism sector.
Independent review into the hotel quarantine system released:
An independent review commissioned by the WA government in the wake of the February 2021 Covid-19 outbreak, which saw a hotel security guard contract the virus after undetermined exposure, has been released. The review highlights that sophisticated and robust processes must be maintained in order to minimise risk going forward. The necessity for hotel quarantine measures has driven demand for major upskilling within the hotels and accommodation sector.
Read the review
Read McGowan's Media Statement