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NDS Tasmania invites you to participate in the
Disability Industry Training Roundtable Discussion.
Come along to the last roundtable for 2016.
We are continuing with the shorter, separate meetings in both Hobart and Launceston.
The Disability Industry Round Table is a network that focusses on workforce development and planning. Members include operations managers, HR managers, RTO representatives and other interested parties. It supports efforts in the sector to be recognised as an industry of choice on the basis of strong people and culture management.
This activity supports the implementation of the Tasmanian Disability Workforce Strategy and Action Plan. In particular it contributes strengthening support service capability, human resource management practices and leadership capability.
Date: Thursday, 17th November
Time: 1.30 pm to 4:30pm (including a networking afternoon tea).
Venue: 71 Civic Square, Launceston, Tasmania.
RSVP: Registration is compulsory by 12pm Tuesday15th November for catering purposes.
Draft Agenda / discussion will focus on:
- Update on NDS workforce planning and development activities since the last Round Table meetin
- What does work readiness look like?’
- Skills Tasmania’s new Work Readiness for Growth Industries Program – funding opportunity
- Discussion with DES and JobActive providers
- Discussion on 'How to get the most out of training’
- Networking opportunity and sharing of issue
Final Agenda will be distributed via email leading up to the dates.
If there is anything else you would like to discuss at this or any future meeting, please contact Michele Foley at firstname.lastname@example.org
First time attendees to the Roundtable are most welcome.
For more information, or if you have any queries please contact:
Michele Foley - Sector Consultant (Learning and Development)
Phone: 03) 6212 7303 | Email: email@example.com | Fax: 03) 6212 7333
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National Disability Services (NDS) is Australia's peak body for non-government disability service organisations.
NDS provides members with a strong voice, enabling the sector to collectively initiate change, influence outcomes and deliver the funding needed to ensure the best possible quality of life for people with disability.