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Idn wa workforce empowerment

  1. 1. Core Group – Indo Diaspora WAPerth, 24 May 2013
  2. 2. IDN-WA Programs
  3. 3. Organisation Structure
  4. 4. WESTERN AUSTRALIA ECONOMIC PROFILE – September 2012Source: http://www.dsd.wa.gov.au/
  5. 5. WA Major industries: 2010-11Source: http://www.dsd.wa.gov.au/
  6. 6. Major selected resource projects: September 2012Source: http://www.dsd.wa.gov.au/
  7. 7. Regional commodity production ($ million)Source: http://www.dsd.wa.gov.au/
  8. 8. Western AustralianWorkforce ProfileSource: Department of Training & Workforce Development WAEmploymentGrowthby Industry
  9. 9. Western Australian Occupation Growth (2010–2017)By Monash University September 2009.Source: http://www.dtwd.wa.gov.au/
  10. 10. Strength:•Skilful•Hard workerThreat:•Globalization•AFTAWeakness:•Language•Adaptability•Local NetworkOpportunity:•Skilled worker shortage•Demography (Location)•Competitive rate
  11. 11. Workforce Empowerment StakeholdersAustralianResidentStudentTemporaryWorkersKJRIPerthSkilledWorkforceStudent Government BusinessesIndonesian Diaspora Network - WAIndonesiaIndonesian Diaspora NetworkAustraliaIndonesian Diaspora NetworkGlobalIndonesian CommunitiesOthersAustralian Business
  12. 12. Our Contribution in the WorkforceSpaceSource of InformationAdvisoryCentre of Development
  13. 13. Our Program

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