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Critical Skills Investment Fund – about to be released

Get ready for this new fund to be advertised in February  2011 (we think) with expressions of interest as Stage 1.  Here’s the draft guidelines:

http://www.deewr.gov.au/Skills/Programs/SkillTraining/CSIFund/Documents/CSIFGuidelinesforConsultation.pdf

And did you know that CPSISC is looking to support the Construction and Property Services industry by lodging expressions of interest from February to the Australian Government?  If you are interested in participating in this program could you please send an email to James Latimore,  Workforce Development Manager on james.latimore@cpsisc.com.au outlining project types, business profile, training requirements, location and partnership arrangements.

Enterprise Connect Funding – WIIN Round 4

Round 4: Opened on 17 January 2011 and closes on 21 February 2011 at 5.00pm AEDST.

The Workshops, Industry Intelligence & Networking (WIIN) element of the Enterprise Connect initiative offers grants of up to $50,000 for eligible organisations to deliver workshops, seminars and a range of other activities to Australian small and medium businesses.

Theme: Clean 21: the Future of Manufacturing. Clean 21: the Future of Manufacturing is the Australian Government’s manufacturing industry strategy to reduce pollution and fight climate change. It aims to make Australian manufacturing stronger by reducing costs, increasing innovation and supporting quality jobs. It is about improving what we make and how we make it.

Here’s the information document and application form.

The Social Enterprise Development and Investment Fund

The Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) is calling for applications for grant funding for the Social Enterprise Development and Investment Funds (SEDIF).

The Australian Government announced in July 2010 that it would provide a $20 million cornerstone investment to seed the establishment of at least two Social Enterprise Development and Investment Funds.

The principal objective of the SEDIF is to establish two or more investment funds which generate social impact investment in addition to financial return and increase capital for social enterprises in Australia through capacity building.

The Department is seeking applications for SEDIF grant funding in response to the Guidelines included below. Applications close 5pm (AEDST) 18 February 2011.

Have a good read of the guidelines and information required.

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