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Greater Capital Region Strategy: Part 2 skills and training gaps strategy

  • Year: 2013
  • Author: Acill Allen Consulting
  • Publisher: RDA ACT

ACIL Allen Consulting (ACIL Allen) was commissioned by Regional Development Australia (RDA) ACT to develop a skills and training gaps strategy for the Greater Capital Region based on the results of several skills audit reports.

ACIL Allen has synthesised the findings of the separate skills audits in order to develop a comprehensive profile of skills needs across the Greater Capital Region. Based on this analysis, and the collection of a range of data on the region, the skills and training needs of the region have been prioritised in order to inform the development of high level strategies that educational institutions, employer and industry groups and other relevant stakeholders (including RDAs) can use to holistically address any gaps.

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