Business Breakfast Chat – How are you resourcing your business?
How is your staff resourcing fairing?
We’re constantly hearing the pain of businesses trying to secure staff, that there aren’t enough hours in the day and you can’t keep up with the workload…. Although you keep continuing to try!
So have you considered a trainee?
Could a trainee get you over the immediate resourcing challenges you’re facing?
SBA Member, Paul Litwin of Skills Strategies International and Sheree Allan from Apprenticeship Support Australia are our guest speaker this morning for a Business Breakfast of a different kind. They will explain how you can benefit from the current free skills development opportunities and financial subsidies available to host traineeships with no long term commitment required.
If you’d like an extra pair of hands in your business and can invest in helping develop the skills of a much needed workforce then please join us for a delicious breakfast. There will be time for catching up and connecting with other members too. What better way to start the day?
About our presenters
Paul is a lifelong learner, educator, futurist, innovator and entrepreneur, with more than 30 years experience in education/industry sectors and experienced in all aspects of business formation, operation, marketing, and management. Paul is an effective communicator and motivator who identifies and leverages assets in new and existing learners, to reach organisational goals. Paul is a relentless optimist who believes there is no failure, only feedback and is currently the Business Development Manager at Skills Strategies International, which is celebrating 25 years of education service to the community this year.
Sheree is part of an experienced team of industry training consultants at Apprenticeship Support Australia who all have the experience and longevity in the industry to help sustain and grow your business to gain a real competitive advantage through customised training solutions. Sheree is able to provide advice on accredited training packages and appropriate pathways so you can identify the training solution that is right for you and your business.
Apprenticeship Support Australia is powered by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Western Australia (CCIWA). Since 1998, CCIWA has successfully partnered with more than 30,000 businesses across Western Australia and signed up more than 160,000 apprentices and trainees.