Without more investment in training new and existing workers Australia faces a massive skills shortage. Employers need to work closely with government, schools, and training providers on solutions to reach the students of today to get them to be the tradies of tomorrow. Without buy in from all employers the system does not work.
Superior Training Centre (RTO 4112) and Campbelltown City Council are providing a forum to hear about employer’s experiences and to bring State Government Training Services, Apprentice Support Providers, TAFE, and schools together to talk about the issues, new incentives for employers and apprentices, and how we can get better prepare students. Also, there are pathways for existing workers to upskill and qualify.
• What are the incentives for new apprentices and existing workers right now? – hear from the experts.
• How do we retain apprentices and workers? – look at some best practice models.
• Trade Pathways for Existing Workers (TPEW) – new incentives for employers and workers.
• What skills do we need to teach students in high schools that would assist employers?
• Can we improve school-based apprenticeships?
When and where
When: Tuesday, 30 May, 2023
Start: 8.30 light breakfast and registration 9.00 am start finish by 10.30 a.m
Where: West Leagues Club Leumeah 10 Old Leumeah Rd, Leumeah NSW 2560
Who will be there?
- Employers in trade related courses
- State Training Services
- Jobs and Skills Brokers
- Apprenticeship Support Providers
- Group Training Organisations
- Training Providers
- School-based Apprenticeships and Traineeships
Superior Training Centre (STC) is a trades training provider based in Ingleburn. STC trains apprentices in Electrotechnology Electrician, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, and Engineering Fabrication Trade. This training is subsidised by the NSW Government