National Skills Week

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Despite Australia being one of the world’s most modern and innovative country’s there is still a dire lack of skilled people working in various fields across the country.

Believe it or not, there are some areas where we desperately need qualified people to keep the wheels of industry turning.

From the mining industry, which is slowly starting to regain ground, to motor mechanics and air-conditioning technicians, there is something for everyone in the world of skills training.

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During National Skills Week in 2018, there will be many opportunities for both employees, employers, educators and trainers to learn more about how we can fill the void in skills training.

In today’s world it is more important than ever to be armed with a skill or trade to ensure that we are all employed in jobs that are fulfilling and worthwhile.

Working in an area or field that you love that rewards you with a remuneration, is one of the most satisfying aspects of adult life.  National Skills week runs from August 27 to September 2.