With collaboration and continuous updates being core principles of the Digital Skills Organisation (DSO), we believe Showcases are a vehicle that enables a unique view of our important projects and updates from the past 90 days - the first of which was our Q1 Showcase: Changing behaviour, testing assumptions and
Workforce of the future
Our Mining, Human Services and Digital Skills Organisation Pilots have been at the forefront of Australia’s response to the nation’s changing workforce needs, working with their industries to rethink skills needs and find innovative solutions to meet the current, emerging, and future workforce needs of our nation.
Evaluation Partner Request for ProposalThis RFP seeks to find suppliers who wish to provide evaluation services to support the Digital Skills Organisation (DSO) with evaluating all its programs including but not limited to qualifications trial, fluency project and various other capstone programs. In 2020, the Government established the Digital Skills
In an economy characterized by almost constant change, today's employees and the organizations that employ them should be in a constant cycle of upskilling and reskilling. But are they? And when they participate in skilling initiatives, is either party seeing meaningful ROI? And how does the approach to skilling vary
This report frames the Australian skills landscape as one facing much change and in need of urgent attention. It outlines some of the strains on companies, strategies being applied, and connections being made with education and training systems. It offers some model workforce development approaches and includes leading initiatives being
Industry representation and governance in the vocational education and training (VET) sector in Australia has undergone several transformations in the past, and continues to do so, reflecting changes in the economy but also the continuing challenges in embedding an industry presence in VET leadership and governance. This summary brings together