Skills and workforce development
From 'skill shortages' to decent work: the role of better skill ecosystems 2006
Client: NSW Board of Vocational Education and Training
The WRC undertook a major project for the NSW Board of Vocational Education and Training (BVET) on skills and sustainability. The purpose of the project was to investigate the role of skills policy in the transition to a more sustainable economy. The research generated options for skills policy in the context of differing approaches to energy regulation and innovation policy. The main objective was to identify policy mixes that can lead to investment security and employment growth. The project was undertaken jointly with Energy Strategies (a Canberra-based energy policy research organisation) and the Strategic Economics Group (a Sydney-based industry policy research organisation).
REPORT: Not publically Available