Investing Wisely

Fresh approaches to national skills training are urgently needed in order to meet the challenges of the economic downturn and to position Australia for a return to growth and prosperity, according to a consortium of peak industry, trade union and youth advocacy bodies.

A statement on meeting Australia’s skill needs by the National Skill Policy Collaboration comprising the Australian Industry Group, Australian Council of Trade Unions, Group Training Australia, Australian Education Union and Dusseldorp Skills Forum.

Investing Wisely report (1.33 MB)

April 2009


  • Australian Industry Group
  • Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU)
  • Group Training Australia
  • Australian Education Union (AEU)
  • Dusseldorp Skills Forum
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