Regional Skill shortages are firmly on RDAMNC’s Radar in 2022. We are working with a range of stakeholders to enable stronger opportunities for the alleviation of skill (and people gaps) through the following initiatives:
RDAMNC is currently delivering a range of initiatives to contribute to more sustainable workforces across the Mid North Coast. (Shak, can you please include in initiatives placeholders for the following projects:
a. Local Jobs Program (Sara, can you please let Shak know what you’d like the LJP pages to look like)
b. My Future Workforce: A free to use jobs board, resume builder and skill tracker (thumbnail with link through to My Future Workforce
c. Workforce toolkit: (placeholder, here we’ll link to individual blog posts about recent trials and initiatives. This will demonstrate a variety of ways that we work).
RDAMNC has driven research in the Mid North Coast in recent years in the area of workforce development. We also subscribe to a data package provided by Data.au which enables up to date insights on matters pertinent to workforce across the region.
a. North Coast Employment Strategy (2019)
b. North Coast Employment Strategy update (2022) – pending
c. North Coast Skills Snapshot (2019) 2019 North Coast Skills Snapshot – Regional Development Australia Mid North Coast NSW (rdamnc.org.au)
d. Industry Blueprints Industry Blueprints – Regional Development Australia Mid North Coast NSW (rdamnc.org.au)
RDAMNC is a voice for the Mid North Coast on key issues related to our regional economy. In 2022-23 we have a strong focus on creating sustainable employment pathways for young people.
There are a variety of different stakeholders contributing to employment in the Mid North Coast. Follow the link to learn more about what is being done across the region and in your local government area, and to connect with relevant entities. (Sara, can you please send Shak a database of employment services – or perhaps this needs to link back to My Future Workforce?? Not sure?).
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