The Workforce Training Innovation Fund provides grant funding for industry and training provider partnerships to develop and deliver innovative strategies for improving training outcomes and the relevance of training to industry.
An initial $40 million to assist industry and employers to address the rapidly evolving workplace development needs for industry productivity and economic growth, giving industry a real say in the training being delivered.
A key focus of funds strengthening partnerships between industry and training and the TAFE system to better respond to the skills needs for existing, new and emerging industries and the Victorian Government's priority sectors.
Innovative thinking and approaches will allow industry and training providers to challenge existing practices in skills development, training methods and product design. The fund will give opportunities for the joint exploration and application of new ideas and solutions that will address barriers to workplace productivity.
The Workforce Training Innovation Fund was officially launched by The Hon. Gayle Tierney MP, Minister for Training and Skills, on 19 January 2017.
The fund is one of the targeted funding streams under Skills First that improves the quality, stability and adaptability of the Victorian training and TAFE System.
The guidelines have been released with a range of support materials about the fund.
For a copy of the Guidelines, Key Terms And Definitions, summary Factsheet, Frequently Asked Questions, the Seed Funding Application and the Grant Funding Proposal forms see:
Skills First Resources
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