South Australian Skills Plan

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Help us develop a new South Australian Skills Plan to shape the strategic agenda for reform and delivery of a high performing skills system in our state.

What's being decided?

Skills SA is seeking feedback on the concept for the South Australian Skills Plan to ensure it meets the needs of learners, workers, employers, industry and the community.

Hearing from you to better understand your aspirations or any concerns will inform the development of a Plan that meets the needs of South Australia. Skills SA is committed to ongoing, meaningful engagement and consultation with all those who have a stake in the development of a world class South Australian Vocational Education and Training (VET) system.

We believe that South Australia's VET system should reflect the needs and aspirations of its users, while contributing to the economic and social well-being of all South Australians.

We want to ensure that our Plan is based on what matters to you.

Background

In developing the South Australian Skills Plan Concept, Skills SA undertook initial engagement with stakeholders to seek feedback on the opportunities and challenges for the sector through workshops and interviews held in early 2022.

This initial engagement with students, employers, industry, and training providers showed a need to:

  • Improve the cultural perception and attractiveness of VET as a credible pathway to increase participation and skill levels
  • Reduce VET system complexity, enhance collaboration, connectivity and responsiveness in the sector and improve ease of navigation for learners at all stages
  • Collaborate to improve service offerings and design new innovative products, services and solutions
  • Expand the capacity and capability of training providers to develop and deliver flexible, relevant, high-quality products and services to customers
  • Improve workforce planning and pathway mapping that informs funding support and learner journeys
  • Ensure appropriate measures of success that focus on outcomes for learners, industry and the economy.

We are now seeking input from stakeholders on the Skills Plan Concept and the Concept Summary to validate what we have heard from stakeholders on where we are now and help shape priorities for future responses.

Get involved

Find out more:

View the South Australian Skills Plan Concept and Concept Summary which provides an overview of:

  • the focus areas of the Plan,
  • where we are now,
  • what we want to achieve and,
  • how we will create change.

Have your say:

Department for Education

Skills SA

GPO Box 320 Adelaide SA 5001

What are the next steps?

Feedback received through YourSAy, submissions, and stakeholder workshops will be considered and used to inform the final South Australian Skills Plan for South Australia.

Help us develop a new South Australian Skills Plan to shape the strategic agenda for reform and delivery of a high performing skills system in our state.

What's being decided?

Skills SA is seeking feedback on the concept for the South Australian Skills Plan to ensure it meets the needs of learners, workers, employers, industry and the community.

Hearing from you to better understand your aspirations or any concerns will inform the development of a Plan that meets the needs of South Australia. Skills SA is committed to ongoing, meaningful engagement and consultation with all those who have a stake in the development of a world class South Australian Vocational Education and Training (VET) system.

We believe that South Australia's VET system should reflect the needs and aspirations of its users, while contributing to the economic and social well-being of all South Australians.

We want to ensure that our Plan is based on what matters to you.

Background

In developing the South Australian Skills Plan Concept, Skills SA undertook initial engagement with stakeholders to seek feedback on the opportunities and challenges for the sector through workshops and interviews held in early 2022.

This initial engagement with students, employers, industry, and training providers showed a need to:

  • Improve the cultural perception and attractiveness of VET as a credible pathway to increase participation and skill levels
  • Reduce VET system complexity, enhance collaboration, connectivity and responsiveness in the sector and improve ease of navigation for learners at all stages
  • Collaborate to improve service offerings and design new innovative products, services and solutions
  • Expand the capacity and capability of training providers to develop and deliver flexible, relevant, high-quality products and services to customers
  • Improve workforce planning and pathway mapping that informs funding support and learner journeys
  • Ensure appropriate measures of success that focus on outcomes for learners, industry and the economy.

We are now seeking input from stakeholders on the Skills Plan Concept and the Concept Summary to validate what we have heard from stakeholders on where we are now and help shape priorities for future responses.

Get involved

Find out more:

View the South Australian Skills Plan Concept and Concept Summary which provides an overview of:

  • the focus areas of the Plan,
  • where we are now,
  • what we want to achieve and,
  • how we will create change.

Have your say:

Department for Education

Skills SA

GPO Box 320 Adelaide SA 5001

What are the next steps?

Feedback received through YourSAy, submissions, and stakeholder workshops will be considered and used to inform the final South Australian Skills Plan for South Australia.

Questions and Answers

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Page last updated: 05 Dec 2022, 10:06 AM