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BETTER Associations – BETTER Results. Enhancing Work MARKET Adequacy Internal East Melbourne 1 September 2005. Motivation. 10.00am: Welcome and Presentations 10.15am: Better Associations presentation 11.15am: Guest Speaker – Development in Wellbeing and Community Administrations
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Agenda 10.00am: Welcome and Introductions 10.15am: Better Connections presentation 11.15am: Guest Speaker – Growth in Health and Community Services 11:30am: Morning Tea (break) 11.45am: Wise Workforce Workshops – Damien Woods 11.55am: Identification and talk of issues 1.00pm: Break (working lunch to be served) 1.30pm: Developing an activity arrangement 2.15pm: Drawing it together 2.30pm: Close

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Origins of the workshops DEWR embraces a scope of examination and investigation of work supply and ability deficiencies DEWR, with other Government offices, is taking a gander at how to address Australia’s work supply and expertise deficiencies Run a progression of workshops to share data and thoughts

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Objective of the workshops Improve Labor Market Effectiveness by tending to work supply and aptitude lack issues expanding work market support (target bunches – full grown matured, single folks, individuals with an inability, Indigenous Australians, individuals from socially and phonetically assorted foundations, youth) building up and further creating linkages between applicable associations

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Inner East Melbourne Employment Service Area

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Population Growth Source: ABS Population projections 2002-2011 (Cat no 3222.0) Series B

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Inner East Melbourne Profile Unemployment Rate : 4.8% versus 5.2% for the state Employment Rate : 74.0% versus 71.6% for the state Working Age Population : 408,000 Diversity : 28.5% of the populace conceived abroad (23.4 % for the state) 20.4% conceived in a non English talking nation (16.8% for the state) Education : 46.8% of the populace finished post school capabilities compared to 34.9% for the state 28.9% of the populace finished a degree or higher analyzed to 14.3% for the state Source : ABS Labor Force Survey 3 Month Averages to June 2005, ABS Supplementary Labor power review 3 month normal to May 04, ABS Supplementary Labor power study May 03

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Value of Mature Age Workers Client center – match client profile Loyalty – lower staff turnover Adaptability – experienced changes before Trainability – apply life abilities to new errands Less non-appearance – solid hard working attitude Organizational learning – tutoring part Flexibility – work hours, areas and contracts

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Inner East Melbourne Labor Market Demand Industry Employment by industry Employment by industry versus state Projected industry development Employment status by industry

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Melbourne Labor Market Demand Skill Shortages Professionals Trades

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Skill Shortages - Melbourne Professionals

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Skill Shortages - Melbourne Trades

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Skill Shortages - Melbourne Trades

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Inner East Melbourne Labor Market Demand All opening held up and filled (Job Network and Job Placement Organizations) New Apprenticeship opening stopped and filled (Job Network and Job Placement Organizations) New Apprenticeship beginnings (DEST 2003)

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Inner East Melbourne Labor Market Supply Centrelink Customer Population Working age installment beneficiaries Centrelink and Job Network populaces

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Upcoming exercises and those officially settled and in progress Redevelopment of Melbourne tradition focus Redevelopment of Spencer Street Station MCG Redevelopment Eureka Tower venture Southbank Flinders Street Overpass Commonwealth Games Developments Strong advancement in Cities of Whitehorse, Mannington, Boroondarra and Port Phillip Commonwealth Games – Opportunities in Hospitality, Retail and Tourism.

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Range of DEWR Programs Job Network Employment Innovation Fund Job Placement Community Work Coordinators Voluntary Work Initiatives Green Corps New Enterprise Incentive Scheme Transition to Work National Harvest Labor Information Service Personal Support Program Job Placement, Employment and Training Disability Employment Assistance Indigenous projects, for example, Community Development Employment Projects, Structured Training & Employment Projects, Indigenous Small Business Fund, Wage Assistance and the Indigenous Employment Center MAEWS Wise Workforce Workshops (for head honchos), Jobwise Workshops and Self Help Groups (for full grown jobseekers), and MAEWS Industry Strategy Mature Age Worker New Apprenticeships Incentive Scheme

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Possible issues for thought Local work power issues: How to better connect with those not as of now taking an interest in the workforce How to build nearby expertise sets to meet work and ability deficiencies How to draw in managers and industry to expand the investment of folks, individuals with a handicap, experienced matured and long haul unemployed occupation seekers? By what means can occupation administration suppliers improve linkages and build the arrangement of employment seekers into New Apprenticeships?

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Growth in Health and Community Services Employer’s Perspective Mr Darren Pereira – St Vincent’s Hospital

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Morning Tea

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Mature Age Employment and Workplace Strategy Announced in Federal Budget 2004-05 Targeting full grown age individuals (45+), industry gatherings and managers Wise Workforce Workshops concentrates on SME administrators

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Mature Age Employment and Workplace Strategy Damien Woods, Business work and Aging Wise Workforce Workshops for Inner East Region

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Developing a nearby activity arrangement Focus on handy activities Identify partners and linkages

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Evaluation procedure Workshop assessment to be rounded out today Follow up review of members to survey particular activities/methodologies attempted Longer term information investigation to survey quantifiable things and examination of subjective data relating specifically to every workshop .:tslidese

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