Victorian business to have their say on workforce skills and training
The Victorian Government is asking businesses to share their views on workforce skills and training in the largest state-wide survey of its kind.
The 2017 Victorian Employer Satisfaction and Skills Survey will reach almost 100,000 businesses seeking opinion on industry skills needs and the quality of training delivered through registered training organisations.
All businesses, regardless of employee size or level of investment in training, are encouraged to have their say in the 2017 survey that will help Government to better understand and respond to the workforce needs of Victorian employers.
Outcomes of the survey are confidentially reported back to training and TAFE organisations to provide valuable insights that can assist continuous improvement and future course planning.
In addition to the annual employers’ survey, ongoing consultation with industry associations has been established through Government’s Industry Engagement Framework led by the appointment of the Victorian Skills Commissioner.
Ongoing consultation and engagement with employers and industry is a key focus for Skills First, the Government’s commitment to overhaul, reform and boost the performance of training and TAFE system that will ensure a highly skilled workforce for future productivity.