Developing 21st Century Workforces with a focus on future capabilities, careers, jobs and skills, and World-class VET systems, this website provides resources for Workforce Planning and Development, Professional Development including the Global Workforce Architects Program, Tools and Coaching, Skills Profiling, Project Management for Workforce Plans and Initiatives.
The company provides workforce planning and development services; capability programs and professional development; Registered Training Organisation (RTO), TVET and VET strategic planning support; whilst working with enterprises and organisations, governments and training providers, industry sectors, regions and countries.
With a head office in Adelaide, South Australia, Workforce BluePrint has clients across all Australian states and territories, and international connections in Bhutan, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore and the USA.
A workforce plan takes stock of where you are now, where you want to be and identifies the gaps. It puts a workforce lens on your strategic plan and helps you to prioritise workforce development strategies now and into the future.
This website has lots of information including:
- Workforce Plan Generator™ that you can licence together with workforce development tools;
- 5 steps to building a workforce plan which means you can follow a simple process and produce your own plan;
- Online shop with solutions for Workforce Architects and VET resources;
- Workforce Architects™ professional development program;
- Blog for the latest workforce planning content sent directly to your in box; and
- How to undertake a training needs analysis.
Customised conference key notes, workshops and webinars, pick n mix workshop topics to suit you and the facilitation of a Workforce Architects program are provided to build knowledge, understanding and practice in workforce development and planning.
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Managing Director, Wendy Perry and Associates Pty Ltd
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (VET)
In Vocational Education and Training (VET) our areas of specialisation and expertise include:
- Action research and change management
- Business analysis and program design
- Facilitation and professional development
- Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) models
- Reform, policy and funding advice – VET insight and Strategic Reviews
- Technical and Vocational Education (TVET) International
Workforce Planning and Development services, Entrepreneurship and Innovation programs are provided via Workforce BluePrint.
You are invited to subscribe to the WPAA blog and join the Australian VET Leaders LinkedIn group for the latest news on COAG initiatives, VET funding, policy, programs, reform, RPL, Training Packages, TVET International and future directions.
Interested in talking about how we might be able to assist you with uncovering VET market opportunities, VET workforce development, and engaging employers and industry?
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