Resource sector skills

The Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency (AWPA) released the Resources Sector Skills Needs report 2013 in December 2013. This is AWPA’s third report on skills needs in the resources sector, following the publication of an interim report in May 2011and the Resources Sector Skills Needs report in 2012.

The 2013 report was developed in consultation with stakeholders, including a reference group established to guide the project comprising industry, government and peak body representatives. To inform this year’s report, AWPA commissioned Deloitte Access Economics to develop a comprehensive five year outlook model to estimate trends in employment growth and occupational supply for the resources sector against three economic growth scenarios. This modelling and a range of quantitative and qualitative data are drawn on to make a series of recommendations to ensure the resources sector workforce is ready and able to meet future demand.

If you have any questions is relation to this, please contact: contactus@awpa.gov.au.

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Resources sector skills needs 2013 key messages

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​Resources sector skills needs 2013

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DAE Modelling employment demand and supply in the resources sector November 2013

  


 

Media Release

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Resources sector skills needs Report 2012

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2011 Interim report on resources sector skills needs

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