TAFE Directors Australia (TDA) is proud to present…TAFETalks

TDA is excited to announce upcoming events in the TAFETalks series.

Registration for these events is free! If you cannot attend the event live, register anyway and you will receive a link to the recording.

TAFETalks provide a virtual platform for TAFE staff and other interested VET stakeholders to come together, to share, learn and create connections across institutes and states and territories on current issues and priorities.

TAFE staff are strongly encouraged to attend events and to participate fully in the Q&A sessions and group chat, however, TAFETalks are open to all interested stakeholders.

TAFETalks: Skills development for the clean energy economy

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Date: Wednesday 21 June 2023

Guest Speakers: 

  • Eleanor Newby, JSA
  • Ross Digby, Associate Director: Centre for Energy And Infrastructure
  • Shawn O’Sullivan, Emerging Industries Business Development Manager, Executive Services, TAFE Queensland
  • Bill Mundy, Universities Associate Director of Partnerships and Growth, Federation University

Description: TDA invites you to the next TAFETalks, which will focus on skills development for the clean energy economy. TDA will be joined by Eleanor Newby from Jobs and Skills Australia (JSA), who will provide an overview of JSA’s clean energy workforce capacity study which will support Australia’s transition to net zero as well as some early reflections from JSA’s interim report to government. We will also hear from three TAFE speakers – all experts in their field – who will present on the vital role that TAFE is playing in partnership with industry, in skilling the clean energy workforce. Ross Digby from Holmesglen Institute, Bill Mundy from Federation University and Shawn O’Sullivan from TAFE Queensland will discuss the barriers and enablers for TAFEs in terms of skills development to support Australia’s ambition of achieving net zero emissions by 2050. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and perspective in this fast-evolving field. 

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Past TAFETalks Events