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  • I’m emailing you because you are registered for the webinar session tomorrow (Thursday, 26 th September) – Where does E-learning fit into Workforce Development? with Guest Presenter Wendy Perry , Head Workforce Planner with Workforce BluePrint.  In this webinar, Wendy will share her long experience with workforce development to explain how others are using e-learning to solve training issues. She will provide suggestions and ideas for how it might work well for your organisation, and will answer your questions. LOCATION The link you’ll need to join the webinar is:  https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?password=M.B4EA99DB33FBE551C2C5FBE3073853&sid=voffice    You won’t be asked for a password, but please add your full name plus state when the loading process asks…. eg Joe Bloggs (SA).    TIME As usual, the webinar will begin at 12:30pm Adelaide time .  If you’re not from SA but you've put the event into your electronic calendar then it has probably already worked out what your local time would be...otherwise you can use TimeZone Converter .   IS THIS YOUR FIRST WEBINAR? If you’re new to webinars, I’ve attached some instructions which you can download and have in front of you. Alternatively, you can watch the demonstration video …this includes a short overview of the webinar environment to help you feel comfortable. I would strongly recommend going in to the testing Configuration Room well before the session , to ensure that the software is pre-downloaded to your computer and you can confirm that you are able to access the Blackboard Collaborate webinar environments.   TROUBLESHOOTING If you run into any issues, these are often caused by firewalls and local settings -  the Troubleshooting Guide may help.    I look forward to ‘seeing’ you tomorrow in the webinar. J
  • Why this subject? Raise your hand if you think e-learning is important to workforce development? And raise your hand if you would like to improve your return on investment in e-learning? Well workforce planning and development will give you that! That’s exactly what I aimed to do…
  • Social media 1-on-1 session story – solution = strategy Australian VET Leaders on LinkedIn NBN Enabled Capability Development Network on LinkedIn Workforce Planning Tools on LinkedIn SMART Business Association on LinkedIn Workforce_Plan on Twitter Workforce BluePrint on Facebook, YouTube, Slideshare and Foursquare Email: [email_address] Web:  www.workforceplanningtools.com.au Blog:  http://workforceplanningtools.com.au/blog/ LinkedIn:  http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Workforce-Planning-Tools-4245718?trk=myg_ugrp_ovr Twitter:  https://twitter.com/WorkforcePlan Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/WorkforcePlanningTools?ref=ts YouTube:  http://www.youtube.com/user/WorkforceBluePrint?feature=mhee Slideshare:  http://www.slideshare.net/WorkforceBluePrint
  • Why now? W orkforce planning and development – definitions Quick explanation of the model
  • Q&A – A = website Refer to AWPA Food Competency Framework
  • National Workforce Development Fund   Through the National Workforce Development Fund (NWDF) the Australian Government will provide $700 million over five years to industry to support training and workforce development in areas of current and future skills need. Under NWDF, organisations can identify their current and future business and workforce development needs and apply for funding to support the training of existing workers and new workers in areas of shortages. The Fund is part of the Australian Government’s Building Australia’s Future Workforce package and also forms part of Australian Government Skills Connect, an initiative designed to link employers and industries to funding for whole of workforce (including language, literacy and numeracy training and mentoring of Australian Apprenticeships) planning and development. Skilling your Business Skilling Your Business highlights how the Australian Government’s $700 million investment in training over five years through the National Workforce Development Fund benefits both businesses and employers. Skilling Your Business [ PDF 2.71MB  |  DOC 223KB ] On 19 July 2012, the Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills, Science and Research, Senator Chris Evans launched the Australian Workforce Productivity Agency. Further details are available in his  Ministerial Statement . Skilling Your Business iPad App Download the Skilling your Business magazine to your iPad:   Get the Free iPad app  
  • The primary outcome of the Skills Connect Fund is to: “ support enterprises working together with RTOs and WFD service providers to improve productivity, sustainability and workforce participation”   Key features of the fund include: Aims to address an enterprises whole of workforce development needs-single access point for proponents seeking government co-funding Point of difference with NWDF is Skills Connect is to be used when requirement is for training (NWDF) plus WELL/ Mature Age Workers/Mentoring/Accelerated Apprenticeships There is provision for some ‘diagnostic’ work to identify skill therefore possible training requirements (key point of difference with NWDF).   Funding will cover “ support services, such as workplace mentoring, workplace planning, and training needs analyses’ Expectation is the project will lead to training Co-contribution – in cash, even for a preliminary pre-training stage such as a SNA.  33% for small businesses (up to 100 employees) ISCs may apply- not essential.  Lead Agent can go direct to Skills Connect.  Skills Connect officers in each state to be very much involved Proposals invited anytime post 1 July 13. Lead Agent can apply for administration costs to cover for example, coordinating employers, collecting project data, preparing reports. Address workforce development, planning, recruitment and participation needs National Funding Workforce planning and development can be highly collaborative activities.  Australian Government Skills Connect  will assist you to find the appropriate program or support services that will suit your unique business needs. But it also seeks to link Australian businesses to a diverse range of expert industry and regional service providers.  These links will assist you to: Plan to meet the identified needs of business Connect to new workers Undertake pre-employment activities with potential staff Get entry level staff ‘on-board’ and up to speed, including those requiring trade qualifications Up-skill or retrain existing workers Develop supervisory and management skills and behaviour Apply for Australian Government assistance with the cost of the training or support services ‘ Navigate’ the education and training sector By using  Australian Government Skills Connect  you will have access to advice from a network of people with expertise specific to your industry or region. Support networks and program guides See lists of  Australian Government Skills Connect  support networks:  service providers/advisory networks  and workforce development programs:  Quick Reference Guides Australian Government Skills Connect  seeks to assist employers and industries to be aware of and to have access to workforce development programs and available funding. The  Quick Reference Guides  listed below provide a description of each program: National Workforce Development Fund Workplace English Language and Literacy Investing in Experience (Skills Recognition & Training) Accelerated Australian Apprenticeships Australian Apprenticeships Mentoring Also see  Australian Government Skills Connect   Service providers and advisory networks  for advice, support and other workforce development resources. Australian Government Skills Connect provides the central coordinating role for Australian Government workforce development programs and resources. Access to information and advice about the programs – and your eligibility - are provided through our Strategic Service Partners, listed below. In the first instance, please direct your enquiries to these organisations, which have industry and regional expertise, and use the website links below for their contact details.  Industry Skills Councils ; Enterprise Connect Business Advisers ; Education and Training Advisers, available through three national industry organisations:  Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry ,  Australian Industry Group ,  Rural Skills Australia  (representing the National farmers’ Federation); Local Employment Coordinators ; Regional Education, Skills and Jobs Coordinators .
  • Q&A – A = website
  • http://workforceplanningtools.com.au/the-workforce-plan-tool/
  • http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Australian-VET-Leaders-3674687?goback=%2Eanp_3674687_1371633915648_1 Evidence of professional competence – VELG conference example
  • http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Workforce-Planning-Tools-4245718?goback=%2Eanp_4245718_1371643552502_1 400 members
  • http://www.linkedin.com/groups/NBN-Enabled-Capability-Development-Network-4297104?goback=%2Eanp_4297104_1371643552503_1 150+ members
  • https://twitter.com/waperry
  • http://www.youtube.com/user/wperry73
  • http://www.slideshare.net/WorkforceBluePrint
  • http://wendyperry.com.au/contact-wendy-perry/ Learning through blogging
  • Where does e learning fit into workforce development webinar v0.1 wp.1 wp

    1. 1. Presented by Wendy Perry Workforce BluePrintWorkforce BluePrint Where does E-learning fit into Workforce Development? 1
    2. 2. What will we cover? • Hi and outline • Connect and e-Introductions • The rise of workforce planning and development • E-learning fit and application – double up • Where to next • Connect • Contact details 2
    3. 3. Workforce BluePrint: www.workforceblueprint.au wendy@workforceblueprint.com.au WPAA (all things VET) www.wpaa.com.au Keep up to date: LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/wendyperry Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/WorkforcePlanningTools Twitter: @WorkforcePlan and @waperry Workforce Planning Tools: http:// www.linkedin.com/groups/Workforce-Planning-Tools-424 Connect 3
    4. 4. WORKFORCE PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT MODEL STEP 1: CONTEXT & ENVIRONMENT STEP 2: CURRENT WORKFORCE PROFILE STEP 3: FUTURE WORKFORCE PROFILE STEP 4: GAP ANALYSIS & CLOSING STRATEGIES STEP 5: REVIEW & EVALUATION •Timeframe, Methodology, Tools •Why? Strategic Objectives and Scope •Internal / External Environment •Consultation and Communication •Demographics •Skills and Competencies •Issues / Challenges •Critical job roles and gaps •Areas for action – gaps and issues •Priorities / Risk Rating •Workforce Development Strategies •Resources and responsibilities •Scenarios •Critical job roles •Demand vs. Supply •Skills and Competencies •Outcomes of the plan •Evaluation and Implementation •Review and Monitoring www.workforceblueprint.com.au
    5. 5. E-learning fit • National VET E-learning strategy • Web 2.0 based learning • Webinars and workshops + social media • NBN/Digital Economy and E-learning • National Workforce Development Fund • Skills Connect • E-learning workforce development strategies and capability development of your E-learning team plus E- learning tools How are you using E-learning for workforce development? 5
    6. 6. What is the National Workforce Development Fund?
    7. 7. Skills Connect Fund $45 million
    8. 8. Webinars & workshops + social media 8
    9. 9. Workforce Plan Generator 9
    10. 10. Workforce Management Model Copyrighted to WFBP – V8 24th November 2008 © Workforce BluePrint 2008 Workforce Planning - future focused - demand & supply orientated - demographic analysis Strategic Direction Vision Mission Goals Values Workforce Development Human Resource Management - capacity - capability framework - core competencies - function specific - behavioural competencies - skills/professional development - learning & development plans - retention, transition, succession strategies - knowledge management Capacity and Capability Assessment Culture – Engagement and Participation Organisational Learning - attraction & recruitment - performance management (KPI’s) - reward & recognition - career planning - flexible work practices - job descriptions 10
    11. 11. LinkedIn – Australian VET Leaders 11
    12. 12. LinkedIn – Workforce Planning Tools 12
    13. 13. LinkedIn – Digital Capability 13
    14. 14. Twitter 14
    15. 15. YouTube 15
    16. 16. Slideshare 16
    17. 17. www.wendyperry.com.au 17
    18. 18. Where to next? • Workforce Plan Generator • Video based • Social media learning • NBN/Digital Economy and Asian Literacy • Augmented Reality • Badge/accredited learning beyond qualifications • Google glass/wearable technology • First or second choice workforce development strategies? What E-learning approaches and tools are you exploring? 18
    19. 19. Workforce BluePrint: www.workforceblueprint.au – check out the shop! wendy@workforceblueprint.com.au WPAA (all things VET) www.wpaa.com.au Keep up to date: LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/wendyperry Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/WorkforcePlanningTools Twitter: @WorkforcePlan and @waperry Workforce Planning Tools: http:// www.linkedin.com/groups/Workforce-Planning-Tools-424 Connect 19

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