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Mission Statement

To be recognised by Government and industry as the primary source of high level strategic advice and leadership on VET priorities in relation to the workforce development needs of the transport, logistics and wholesaling industries in Western Australia.

Logistics Training Council Role

The Logistics Training Council is one of ten Training Councils which has been funded by the Department of Training and Workforce Development to fulfil the following roles:

  • Provide a leadership role in promoting the training industry, including partnerships between industry and the training sector
  • Provide high level strategic information and advice to the State Training Board on the training needs and priorities of industry in Western Australia
  • Formulate market intelligence on skills supply and demand, in particular, current or emerging skills shortages
  • Provide a valuable contribution towards the preparation of the State Training Profile and the State’s Vocational and Education Training System funding priorities

Key Logistics Training Council Activities

  • Consulting with all stakeholders including industry, training organisations and government to provide quality advice and information on training and related matters
  • Engaging with industry to gather intelligence for the development of the Environmental Scan and Workforce Development Plan
  • Coordinating the establishment and variation of traineeships and apprenticeships

Other Activities

The Logistics Training Council provides high-level, strategic and innovative advice to the State Government on Training Needs and priorities for public funding as follows:

  • Developing workforce development strategies and action plans to guide the development of a skilled workforce
  • Establish effective working relationships with relevant national industry skills councils to represent Western Australian interests in the development and review of training packages
  • Promoting industry take-up of training, including new training initiatives and new and existing worker traineeships
  • Supporting vocational education and training in schools to align with local employment opportunities
  • Building relationships and brokering training solutions for industry with registered training organisations
  • Promoting careers and career pathways in all sectors.

Industry Working Groups

The Logistics Training Council has also established high level strategic Industry Working Groups which deal with sector specific matters on a needs and priority basis. If you believe your experience and background will assist the Logistics Training Council in moving the industry forward then please contact us and join one of our groups.

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