Submit an Expression of Interest for a Skilling South Australia Project​

Expressions of Interest are currently being accepted from business, industry, group training organisations, and current WorkReady training and service providers, for funding for Skilling South Australia Projects.

Skilling South Australia Projects aims to drive growth in apprenticeship opportunities. It offers a flexible approach to what can be funded, provided there is a demonstrable connection to apprenticeship commencements.

The Department invites creative project ideas that can be collaboratively developed, resulting in apprenticeships or higher apprenticeships at the Diploma and Advanced Diploma levels.

The Department is committed to a co-design approach to Skilling South Australia Projects. Once an expression of interest has been submitted, a Skilling South Australia advisor will be allocated and work directly with you to progress the proposal.

How to apply

Read the Skilling South Australia Project Guidelines for 2018-19. The Guidelines describe what can be funded, how the Department will work with you, and what we are looking for in an Expression of Interest.

Complete an Expression of Interest (EOI). An Advisor will be in contact with you within 3 days to discuss your proposal.

Save your EOI

The Expression of Interest form can be saved and does not need to be completed all at once. There is an option to save your EOI for later at the bottom of the form. A copy of your completed EOI will be emailed to the address you enter in field 1.9 once it is submitted.

We will keep you informed about the progress of your EOI through the email address you provide.

For more information call the Skills and Employment Infoline on 1800 506 266 or email WorkReady@sa.gov.au

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