The Skills Fund program specifically targets areas of skills demand in priority industries. It supports skill sets and full qualifications where there is demonstrated need. The Skills Fund is available for existing employees (supporting productivity outcomes).
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Endorsed Registered Training Organisations are the only organisations that can apply for this grant.
Before starting an application, it is highly recommended that you:
To apply, you will need to use the SmartyGrants online application form - https://skills.smartygrants.com.au/skillsfundST049
If you haven’t used SmartyGrants before, you need to follow the instructions to become a registered user.
Throughout the application, there are references to templates. These templates must be used.
Information sessions via a webinar will be held on the following dates:
Tuesday, 15 October at 2pm AEDT. To register go to https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4313816625774639116
Thursday, 17 October at 10am AEDT. To register go to https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/9168525500266200588
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Deb Doherty, Program Manager | 03 6165 6012 | email@example.com
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Work Ready Resource available
The Work Readiness Project conducted by the TCCI and funded by Skills Tasmania in 2015 has developed a new tool to support employers, jobseekers and RTOs to understand the skills and attributes that employers require when recruiting for work ready employees. This resource may be of use to you when engaging with jobseekers for your programs and preparing them for possible employment opportunities.
Qualities Employers are looking for in Employees | PDF 1MB
Program Change Requests
For change requests to the number of places or qualifications please download and submit the Program Change Request form.
Making It Happen – Work Experience for all
A resource developed by the National Disability Coordination Program and University of Tasmania. The resource is designed to support vocational teachers and host employers in providing work experience/work placements for students with a disability.