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About the Board

The WA State Training Board is the peak industry training advisory body to the Government for Western Australia. We work with industry, training providers, employer and employee groups and the community to build a quality vocational education and training system to support the ongoing growth of our workforce and economy.

What we do

In addition to providing the Minister for Education and Training with advice and industry-based research on strategic directions, policy and priorities for Western Australia’s training system, the WA State Training Board manages and supports a range of activities and projects to support industry, business and our community across the State.

Our priorities

The WA State Training Board’s current 2016–2017 work plan and the State Training Plan developed by the Board each year, together with input from our partners, outlines the key initiatives, strategies, projects and deliverables that set our priorities.

Our partners

Working in consultation with employers, industry associations, training providers and other stakeholders, the WA State Training Board has established a number of collaborative working partnerships with training advisory bodies, specialist committees and industry training councils.

Publications

The WA State Training Board produces a number of publications, including research papers, survey results and project reports. Our publications are designed to keep clients, stakeholders and the community informed about education, training, employment and other related matters for Western Australia.

About the Board

The WA State Training Board is the peak industry training advisory body to the Government for Western Australia. We work with industry, training providers, employer and employee groups and the community to build a quality vocational education and training system to support the ongoing growth of our workforce and economy.

What we do

In addition to providing the Minister for Education and Training with advice and industry-based research on strategic directions, policy and priorities for Western Australia’s training system, the WA State Training Board manages and supports a range of activities and projects to support industry, business and our community across the State.

Our priorities

The WA State Training Board’s current 2016–2017 work plan and the State Training Plan developed by the Board each year, together with input from our partners, outlines the key initiatives, strategies, projects and deliverables that set our priorities.

Our partners

Working in consultation with employers, industry associations, training providers and other stakeholders, the WA State Training Board has established a number of collaborative working partnerships with training advisory bodies, specialist committees and industry training councils.

Publications

The WA State Training Board produces a number of publications, including research papers, survey results and project reports. Our publications are designed to keep clients, stakeholders and the community informed about education, training, employment and other related matters for Western Australia.

The WA State Training Board under the Vocational Education and Training Act 1996 undertakes strategic activities, tasks and projects to improve the links between specific industry developments and the vocational education and training sector. In 2017 we have three major areas of focus for our work, as outlined below.

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Contact us

Office of the WA State Training Board

Optima Building B
Level 2
16 Parkland Road
Osborne Park WA 6017

Postal address

Att: Office of the WA State Training Board
Locked Bag 16
Osborne Park DC 6916
Hours of operation: Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm