Working across Education and Training particularly VET/Technical Vocational Education Training (TVET), building capability and capacity in 21st Century Literacies, Innovation, and the Future of Jobs, Skills and Work, providing Strategic Workforce Planning and Development Services in Businesses and Corporates, for Employers and Entrepreneurs, Government and Industry Sectors, Startups and Scaleups, Cities and Towns, Regions and Countries.

Professional development, programs, and projects in Australia and internationally for apprenticeships, conferences, capacity of schools and institutes, education, employer and industry partnerships, entrepreneurship, innovation, job creation, new discovery and disruptive technologies, regional development, skills needs analysis, small business, social enterprises, specific industry sectors, VET/TVET, women in business and youth engagement.

  • Development topics, conference presentations, structured network facilitation, Communities of Innovation and workshops with access to the latest information available.
    • Global Workforce Architects Program for skills development in strategic workforce planning and development working across enterprises/organisations, industry sectors, regions and countries.
    • Workshops, microcredentials, toolkits, ebooks, videos and online networks via LinkedIn and Facebook.

Toolkits, templates, models and resources simplify significantly the process of strategic workforce planning and development, skills profiling, capability and competency framework design, job profiling, skills and training needs analysis. 

Coaching programs and one-on-one support is also provided by the team.

  • A skills stock take - identifying the total skills within your workforce.
  • Competency and skills profiles for job roles - provides a method of describing and measuring the skills required.
  • Capability frameworks for organisations, projects, industry sectors, regions and countries - enables you to measure skills and competencies, Key Performance Indicators and targets, values and behaviours.

Focusing on your goals and outcomes, applying a workforce lens to determine priority issues for the current workforce and into the future.

Identifying workforce gaps and issues from the strategic workforce planning process, prioritises the gaps, incorporating existing workforce development strategies, designing new workforce development strategies, and assisting with the allocation of resources, responsibilities and timelines.

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