RURAL SKILLS ONLINE

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Rural Skills Online is a web-based learning management system made available to RTOs and group training organisations.

INDUSTRY SKILLS FUND - GROWTH STREAM


The Australian Government has launched the new Industry Skills Fund - (ISF).  The ISF has been established to fund small and medium businesses which have an identified growth opportunity.  The Fund will co-invest in [accredited and non-accredited] training or mentoring to meet identified skills gaps.  It is important to understand that the ISF does not provide funding for business as usual or business compliance training.

Rural Skills Australia working in conjunction with the National Farmers’ Federation is delighted to be assisting the Australian Government rollout the new Fund engaging five Skills Advisers to assist businesses referred by the Department of Education and Training to determine skills gaps and make appropriate training recommendations.

For detailed information visit: 
www.business.gov.au/industryskillsfund

This site includes ISF guidelines, factsheets and FAQ as well as details on how individual enterprises and consortia can potentially access the fund.  All applications for funding are made online through this website and applications will be judged against eligibility and merit requirements. The Application process can begin with an online Enquiry form or by calling 13 28 46.

See Assistant Minister Simon Birmingham’s media release:
https://ministers.education.gov.au/Birmingham/applications-open-new-476-million-skills-fund

The Rural Career Guide was produced by Rural Skills Australia with support from the Australian Government through the Australian Apprenticeships Advisers’ Program.

Case studies are presented in most instances by people already working in the rural industry giving first-hand accounts of what rural jobs actually involve, who does the work and all training and qualifications.

The Rural Career Guide captures the successes from almost 20 years of our hard working network of agricultural and horticultural Education and Training Advisers. It combines a range of previously developed RSA materials and information and assembled with new and revised content. Visit the Rural Career Guide