Launch of the Global Workforce Architects Program into 20 countries

Whilst in Austin during SXSW Interactive the Global Workforce Architects Program designed by Workforce BluePrint was launched into 20 countries with South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill sharing the story of how South Australia’s first workforce was developed.

South Australia’s first workforce

At the Austin Texas Bound International Welcome Breakfast, Premier Jay Weatherill spoke with Wendy Perry on the success of such an entrepreneurial South Australian company expanding overseas,


“From two countries to six last year and now over 20 countries worldwide, the Global Workforce Architects Program provides the capabilities and skills for people to solve workforce problems, create more jobs and attract talent, encourage entrepreneurship and where you have a plan for growth, ensure you have a workforce to match”, said Head Workforce Planner, Wendy Perry.

Workforce BluePrint was in the USA with a delegation from New Venture Institute at Flinders University, to make connections, export and capitalise on their know how, expanding into countries such as Bhutan, Botswana, England, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, Uganda, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, New Zealand, Philippines, Scotland, Singapore, South Africa, USA and Wales.

The first Global Workforce Architects Program begins on 5th April 2016 and is delivered with digital and live content over 6 weeks where participants can develop a workforce plan.  For further information including details of international accreditation please watch this explainer video.  If you have questions about the program, please check out the details and answers here.

With an ambitious expansion plan and brand ambassadors for a number of regions already in place, if you would like to be considered as a Global Workforce Architects Program in-country or regional partner please express your interest here.

If you have any questions please send an email to or call 0416 150 491, thank you.

March 2016

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