workforce planning and development for training managers

Workforce Planning & Development Skills for Learning & Development Managers

By Sarah Cordiner / February 17, 2016

Workforce Planning & Development Skills for Learning & Development Managers   ****EDIT: This workshop has now passed, but you can now get the eCourse version of this workshop HERE*** [yvi_playlist videos=”695″]   Workforce Planning & Development Skills for Learning & Development Managers   Whether you have a couple of employees or are a multi-national corporate,…

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As unemployment in Australia rises, return to work support gets cut

By Sarah Cordiner / December 15, 2015

Have your say on this here: http://bitly.com/1E5a3r3 **OLD POST from early 2015 – lifted from the archives due to recent blog updates** The Government have just slashed the national funding for training the unemployed, which will see more people unemployed for much longer periods of time, if not forever. Without the funding for necessary job training, job seekers…

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What is the role of the adult educator in the welfare to work sector?

By Sarah Cordiner / December 14, 2015

There’s a lot to be said about our roles as educators – and they definitely don’t get easier when you have a class full of adults. I’m a Trainer and CEO of a company that runs various activities and training initiatives for the long term unemployed, benefit claimants and offenders – often referred to as…

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What is the role of the adult educator in the welfare to work sector?

By Sarah Cordiner / January 14, 2015

There’s a lot to be said about our roles as educators – and they definitely don’t get easier when you have a class full of adults. I’m a Trainer and CEO of a company that runs various activities and training initiatives for the long term unemployed, benefit claimants and offenders – often referred to as…

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Australian Oil & Gas Industry at risk of collapse – Solving the workforce skills crisis

By Sarah Cordiner / September 16, 2014

Maximising Workforce Productivity in the Oil and Gas Industry Sarah Cordiner An inadequately skilled workforce in Australia has been identified as “a major impediment to the growth of Australia’s resource sector” – (APPEA, Platform for Prosperity) In Western Australia alone, $130 billion worth of resource and infrastructure projects are under construction. These projects alone account…

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