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Skills in the Workplace funding​

Skills in the Workplace will co-invest with employers and enterprises for training and workforce development activities to improve company and industry innovation, competitiveness, productivity, profitability and sustainability. Its focus is Advanced Manufacturing.

About Skills in the Workplace

Skills in the Workplace has been refocused to target co-investment in those skills that are most urgently needed with a major focus on enterprises and industries in high-value sectors that underpin strong, sustainable economic growth within South Australia.

It links to the South Australian Government's Manufacturing Works Strategy and is aligned with the Premier's Economic Statement, 2013.

Skills in the Workplace is focused on the State Strategic Priority - Growing Advanced Manufacturing which includes:

  • general manufacturing
  • defence industry
  • automotive industry
  • forestry industry
  • food manufacturing and processing industry
  • resources and energy industry

Applications for Skills in the Workplace funding

Priority will be given to funding accredited training that leads to:

  • the completion of nationally endorsed qualifications from Certificate III to Advanced Diploma level
  • Skill Set training for individuals with an existing full qualification at Cert III level or above

Online applications for this round of funding closed at 5pm on 11 November, 2013. 

Information supplied for previous round:

If you have any questions, contact Skills in the Workplace on 1800 805 488 or email skillsintheworkplace@sa.gov.au.

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Welcome to our new website for career, training, apprenticeship and traineeship, funding and workforce information. Training providers and apprenticeship and traineeship users can log in to STELA, ATIS and their Skills for All Provider Application from this home page.

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