ACCI and SkillsOne Online Launch of National Skills Week 2021 with the Hon. Stuart Robert MP, Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small and Family Business
The Federal Government has marked National Skills Week 2021 by reminding Australians of the incredible opportunities of a skilled career as hundreds of thousands make use of the skills & training pathways guaranteed through record levels of federal funding.
National Skills Week will see events and webinars held across the country aiming to help Australians unlock their potential and gain real skills for real careers.
Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small and Family Business,Stuart Robert, said “that while this National Skills Week would be held virtually, a skilled career promised significant opportunities out in the real world.”
“This National Skills Week is a chance for all Australians to consider having a crack at vocational education and training and remind everyone about the amazing opportunities a skilled career can generate for you and your family,” he said.
“These opportunities are guaranteed by the Morrison Government which is backing Australians to take up new skills with the highest spend on skills and training in Australia’s history, $6.4 billion just this financial year,”
“National Skills Week is a chance for school leavers, job seekers and anyone wanting a new career to consider a new pathway so I’d encourage everyone to take advantage of the webinars and events taking place across the country, many of them accessible online,”
The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) in conjunction with Brian Wexham from SkillsOne Television held the online launch of National Skills Week 2021 with the Hon Stuart Robert MP, Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small and Family Business.
Now moving into its eleventh year, National Skills Week will again set out to bring to life the positive messages, highlighting the talents, the skills, the career pathways and the value of apprentices and trainees across Australia to the wider public and employers. The week is dedicated to raising the status of practical and vocational learning, enabling all Australians to gain a greater understanding of the opportunities, their potential, and how they can contribute to a successful, modern economy.
At this online zoom session, Minister Robert gave his keynote address to launch National Skills Week. After, the Minister’s address, industry executive, Laura Tyler, Chief Technical Officer, BHP spoke about BHP’s skills and apprenticeships initiatives.
There was a Q&A session with the Minister, Laura Tyler and Chris Lehmann, Owner & CEO of Tradesmen on Time, a passionate apprenticeship and training advocate who won the Australian Training Awards, Small Employer of the year in 2017.
Thank you Newgate Communications – Australia for supporting the launch.
Tuesday, 24 August 2021
8.00am - 9.00am