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Skills Forum: be a part of major change

31-08-2010
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Here is your chance to make a big difference to the future of manufacturing in Australia. Australian industry is facing its worst ever skills crisis and a solution must be found.
 
Industry Update in association with NSW State Training Services is hosting a ground-breaking Skills Forum as part of National Manufacturing Week at the Sydney Showground, Homebush Bay – and you can have a say.
 
The main theme will be Building Skills in the Workforce (Skills Development - Solving the Skills Crisis) with a strong focus on recruiting and maintaining apprentices in the manufacturing sector.
 
The Forum, which includes a workshop with a series of round-table discussions, will held on Thursday, May 10 between 2.30pm-4.30pm.
 
Mr Bert Evans, AO, Chairman of the NSW Board of Vocational Education and Training will open the Forum.
 
Speakers include Mr David Collins (General Manager, NSW Department of Education & Communities) who will provide a presentation on A fair deal: Apprentices and their Employees in NSW.
 
Industry representative, Mr Ross Grassick, co-founder and Managing Director of the Lencrow Group, will also address the Forum.
 
Limited seats are now available for this FREE forum. Now is the time to have your say.
 
Register now at: www.industryupdate.com.au

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