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MSA launches online survey to tackle vocational trainer shortage in Australia’s manufacturing sector

Australia is facing a pressing challenge in its journey towards building a skilled and sustainable manufacturing workforce. With a growing shortage of vocational trainers, particularly Technical and Further Education (TAFE) teachers, the nation's ability to pass on essential vocational skills to the next generation is at risk. 

Manufacturing workers urged to apply for scholarships under industry dev’t fund

Applications are now open for scholarships of up to $10,000 under Manufacturing Skills Australia’s Industry Development Fund.

Industry dev’t fund to support goals of Aussie manufacturers

Applications are now being accepted for Manufacturing Skills Australia's Industry Development Fund, which offers support payments of between $1,000 and $10,000  through research, education and training. 

Series of industry forums to tackle the problems facing Australia’s manufacturing sector

The Centre for Workplace Leadership has teamed up with Manufacturing Skills Australia (MSA) to run a series of free consultative industry events across Australia. These...

Highly-skilled workforce and transformative use of technology, critical for future manufacturing success

Manufacturing Skills Australia recently hosted a Symposium, which gathered leading experts from the manufacturing sector, to discuss and predict how manufacturing will look in...
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Beyond insights: CRM’s transformative role in sustainable manufacturing

Manufacturing companies worldwide are increasingly gearing up for a significant transformation with environmental sustainability at the centre. This comes amid stronger environmental regulations, a shift in consumer behaviour, and the industrial sector delves deeper into Industry 4.0.