The West Australian government is investigating the role that skilled migration might play in helping to ease labour market pressures being experienced by the hospitality sector. If you are facing issues finding staff to fill hospitality positions we would appreciate you taking a few minutes to complete the brief survey below.
The survey is open until noon on Friday, 18th June, 2021.
Hospitality Industry Skilled Migration Survey June 2021
SkillsIQ have released the Case for Endorsement for the Unit of competence Provide responsible service of alcohol (SITFAB021) and the Skill set Responsible service of alcohol (SITSS00071) which sit within the SIT Tourism, Travel and Hospitality training package. Feedback may be provided until Friday 18th June 2021.
View the Case for endorsement and supporting documentation
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Skills service organisation Skills IQ have released for comment, draft 2 of the SIT Tourism, Travel, and Hospitality training package with particular reference to cookery qualifications. Nine cookery qualifications, 5 skill sets, and 68 units of competency have been reviewed as part of this project. Drafts may be viewed here and feedback will be accepted until COB Friday 25th June 2021.
As always, please get in touch with your Industry Development Manager to discuss or any queries.
Western Australian Museum Boola Bardip CEO Alec Coles OBE has been named 2021 Arts & Culture Western Australian of the Year. Culture and the Arts Minister David Templeman congratulated Mr Coles on his outstanding achievement in leading the development of the new museum.
Minister Templeman said "I sincerely congratulate Alec Coles on his outstanding achievement in delivering such an exciting, engaging, inspiring museum for the people of Western Australia. Nationally and internationally the WA Museum Boola Bardip will play a very significant role in positioning Perth as a centre for cultural excellence and Western Australia as a destination for cultural tourism. The enormous benefits of Alec's contribution to culture, science and the arts will be enjoyed by generations to come."
Read Minister Templeman's media statement
The Bledisloe Cup is a rugby union competition between the national teams of Australia and New Zealand that has been contested since the 1930s.
Perth's 2019 and 2021 Bledisloe Cup matches were secured for Perth by the State Government, through Tourism WA, in partnership with Rugby Australia.
Rugby union fans around Australia and New Zealand can snap up tickets from 10am today (AWST) to Perth's Bledisloe Cup Test on August 21 at Optus Stadium.
The tickets, priced from $49 and available through http://www.wallabies.rugby, will give fans the chance to witness the only Bledisloe test to be played on Australian soil this year.